Make it easy to promote your content with this free spreadsheet.

You are a blogging rockstar.

You post regularly, have a growing reader base, and offer content upgrades like mad.

You participate in other bloggers’ Facebook group discussion and are being recognized by others as an authority in your niche.

You are very helpful. You share links to your relevant blog posts. You hope that those you help visit your blog.

You may even get emails or direct messages or Tweets asking you if you have any blog posts on a certain subject.

But, every time someone has a question, you have to search your blog for the relevant link.

What if you had all of your blog post URLs housed in a simple spreadsheet so that you didn’t have to jump through hoops to find them each time someone asked?

What if you could help these people faster?

You have a shop filled with products.

You participate in other bloggers’ Facebook group discussions and are being recognized as an authority in your niche.

You are very helpful. You share links to products to those who could use them. You hope that they become paying customers.

You may even get emails or direct messages or Tweets that encourage you to share a product of yours.

But, every time someone asks “Does anyone know of a product that solves my problem? Share your link!”, by the time you locate your link your comment is after 63 other comments in the thread. In other words, your link will never get seen by the OP. A potential sale is missed.

What if you had all of your product URLs housed in a simple spreadsheet so that you didn’t have to jump through hoops to find them as needed?

What if you could help these people faster?

You have a bazillion pages on your site.

You have your opt-in page. You have an ‘about me’ page. You have a ‘start here’ page. You have your shop page. You have your resource library page. You have your resource library teaser page. You have your contact page. You have a freakin’ bazillion other pages.

Some of your pages are published but not visible in your navigation.

You participate in other bloggers’ Facebook group discussions and are being recognized as an authority in your niche.

You are very helpful. You share links to your opt-in page, about page, or even your resource library page to those who could use them. You hope that they visit your site and subscribe to your list.

You may even get emails or direct messages or Tweets that encourage you to share a page of yours.

But, every time someone asks “Does anyone know of a product that xxx? Share your link!”, by the time you locate your link your comment gets pushed down to 987 in thread. Your link is lost. The sale is missed.

What if you had all of your page URLs housed in a simple spreadsheet so that you didn’t have to jump through hoops to find them as needed?

What if you could help these people faster?

Well, my friend, I have just the spreadsheet for you!

*Psst – it’s 100% free*

Click this Google Sheets link and make a copy of the darned thing. No email required.

Now, it’s your turn. How do you manage your website and shop links? Do you even bother? Please share your system or your thoughts below!