Look who’s getting back into the groove of blogging! I’m not going to be so bold and say ‘this girl’ because I’m only typing this because I can’t bare to pack another box.  BUT I can see the light at the end of the tunnel and I CANNOT WAIT to throw down some great blogging game in the next few weeks.

To celebrate the weekend (and almost being done with moving) I want to share my first ever freebie printable! Woooo! This printable is to help you keep track of your social media scheduling.  We all know it’s important to be active on social media and the only way to do that and stay sane is schedule posts. (Side note, Buffer and its toolbar app will change your life if it hasn’t already.)

I first created this template for work since I manage social media accounts for eight different brands and I don’t want to fail at my job.  The template has been fantastic for making sure I’m not forgetting to post for a brand.  Since I do a better job of managing my work social media than my blog social media, I decided creating a template for Something Winnderful probably would be a good idea.  I figured why not share the idea with all of you out there who are just as bad as I am at scheduling posts!  The download does not include the Something Winnderful header and can be customized to your needs.  You can download the printable here.

Social Media Scheduling Checklist
Do you struggle with scheduling posts?

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  • Thank you for this. I struggle hard to keep up with social media, especially on Facebook where nobody on my fan page sees my posts anyway because of their silly new algorithms that mean your reach is 10 even though you have 400+ fans.

    • SomethingWinnderful

      I’m glad you are going to benefit from this! I feel you on the Facebook algorithm issue. It’s definitely putting a lot of kinks into everybody’s Facebook marketing. Engagement is the answer to getting a bigger reach, but when they aren’t helping your reach it puts you in a difficult position. I still believe in Facebook, after all who isn’t on Facebook, but I’m definitely preparing for Google + to start being a leader in social media.

  • Jessa

    I struggle with finding the right balance of self promotion and promotion others.

    • SomethingWinnderful

      It’s definitely a hard balance to find. I would say promote yourself 2-3 times as much as you promote someone else. The sheet will help you keep variety in your marketing while still promoting others. I generally try and tweet another blogger’s post once a day and my own 3 times. I hope this helps!