Q & A
Can I use the spreadsheet with an existing site?
Yes, you can use the spreadsheet at any point in your site’s life cycle.
You will need to document existing content in the spreadsheet to get the most from the reports tabs. You can do that manually or by downloading your list of posts from WordPress using a plugin (not supplied with this course).
How tech-savvy do I need to be to use this?
We tried to create a version of the spreadsheet that does not require you to be a spreadsheet specialist.
The tutorials included in the course will show you how to set up the spreadsheet and how to adjust it to fit your needs.
Additional tabs automatically generate reports of the various aspects of your site, so you don’t have to code anything manually.
If you know your way around spreadsheets, then you’ll probably be able to keep developing this sheet to suit your needs (we included some ideas in the section about the elements of the content plan).
But you don’t have to. The spreadsheet does a lot for you “as is”.
Do I need MS Excel?
No. The spreadsheet is in Google Sheets. You do need to be able to access Google Drive to use it.
What is your refund policy?
You have 14 days to try out the spreadsheet and go through the course.
If during this time you feel that this isn’t a good fit for you, we will refund your money.
Do you offer support?
Unfortunately, we can’t offer support. If we had to get a support system in place, the price of this spreadsheet would have doubled. At least.
Everything that you need to know about using this spreadsheet is thoroughly explained in the video tutorials.
If you are still having issues after watching those, we can offer you a refund. Please make sure to do so within the 14-day refund period.
What if I mess something up?
Don’t worry. Google sheets have built-in revision backup. Use this guide to find them and just roll back to a previous version.