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Free Sponsor Form Printable

I’ve been trying to get my blog stuff in order recently, and I am pulling together a binder to keep track of everything. Most free printables out there have great things in them. There are calendars, to-do lists, goal sheets, sheets to keep track of the people who are sponsoring you, and more. One thing that I wasn’t finding – or finding a version that I liked – was a way to keep track of the people who you are sponsoring. After getting frustrated with Pinterest and Google, I ended up making my own.

free downloadable blog binder printables

The first version has 2 on each page. It is the quick and dirty version, designed to just keep track of everything.

free downloadable blog binder printables

SPONSOR FORM LINK (Without the watermark)

Fill out all the information on it, including circling if you bought social media shout-outs or participating in a giveaway. There’s a place for the straight ad price and one for you to write down any extra giveaway costs. Then at the end of your sponsorship, you can write down how many visitors the sponsor sent your way (this involves math from looking at your traffic sources).

The second version has 1 on each page. It is more detailed as also doubles as an evaluation of your sponsor to determine if it is worth renewing it or not. You can also use this evaluate yourself and see if you’re living up to your cost!

free downloadable blog binder printables

Download it here! (Without the watermark)

Like the other version, you fill it out with the usual information. But you can also write out how may social media shout-outs you were promised, how many you received, the number of followers you gained from each link in a giveaway, any other notes you want to write down, and circle if it was worth it or not. The notes section might be used to write things like, “Great to work with,” “I had to email them asking for some of the information,” “Death in the family took them offline for a week,” or “Gave me coupon code ‘Thank you’ to use later.”

I’m trying to be very deliberate with my sponsors (especially for those spots that cost more than $5), and so I’m planning to use this to help me decide where is best to spend my money in the future. I’d rather spend $20 on one ad that brings me a lot of traffic and helps me to grow as a blog and a brand than $5 on 4-5 ads ($20-25 total) that don’t bring me much at all.

Enjoy!

Today, I also bring you the awesome Jenn from Hello Rigby!

Hi Kate the (Almost) Great readers! I’m Jenn, and I blog over at hellorigby!, a lifestyle and fashion blog that’s named after my silly dog, Rigby. He’s a one-and-a-half year old Shiba Inu who runs my life most days. I mostly write about fashion and life, but I also enjoy beauty and reading so I write about those topics sometimes too. I’m a little bit sarcastic, and a lot in love with my hometown, Seattle. You’ll probably see some shots of some of my favorite places and local events from time to time too. I’d love for you to come say hi anytime

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8 Comments

  • Reply The Girl who Loved to Write

    So smart to keep track of how your blog grows with certain sponsors!

    July 18, 2014 at 2:27 pm
  • Reply Caitlyn Phipps

    This is going to be a huge help to me! I would love to be able to keep track of who I sponsor and keep a record of who I may want to sponsor in the future! Thanks for the printable.

    July 19, 2014 at 4:43 pm
  • Reply Sarah Farris

    I think that keeping track/making a final decision on if I should go back or not is key! I tend to think about it, but then forget. Great printable!

    July 21, 2014 at 1:14 am
  • Reply Rebecca Chapman

    This is fabulous! I haven't been doing a very good job keeping track of who I'm sponsoring, so I think this will be a great help!

    July 21, 2014 at 3:28 pm
  • Reply Marla Rogers

    Omg LOVE THIS. Will definitely use!!

    August 6, 2014 at 3:25 am
  • Reply chris

    Great Article. Thanks for the info. Does anyone know where I can find a blank “form printable” to fill out?

    July 24, 2015 at 10:07 am
    • Reply Kate

      What type of form are you looking for? If you’re looking for the sponsor form that you can print out for your own records, it should be in the post! If the link doesn’t work, let me know.

      July 24, 2015 at 10:00 pm
  • Reply Meridith

    Hey Chris, I also found a blank fillable form here:New Jersey Withholding.

    July 31, 2015 at 2:39 am
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