As a marketer, the prospect of having to create Excel spreadsheets -- complete with functions and formulas -- can seem intimidating. You don't have the time to spend watching hours of Excel tutorials.
The reality of the situation is that marketers need to continually measure and analyze performance. And the advantages of leveraging Excel's functionality to organize info and streamline tasks are unparalleled.
To help you keep tabs on all of the different areas of your marketing (without having to do the Excel heavy lifting), we've bundled together nine of our most popular Microsoft Excel templates.
There are many places to get free Excel templates, and you can start by looking on Microsoft's website. HubSpot also offers popular Excel templates. Other free templates may ask you to provide your email address so you will end up on a marketing list, but you can find a template to meet almost any need.
When you create a document in Excel, you can choose "New From Template" from the "File" menu and you can browse the options Microsoft gives you. For more options, HubSpot and other sites offer free Excel templates for almost any purpose you can think of.
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You can get more free templates for Excel on the Office website, from HubSpot, or on many other websites that offer specific types of templates for different uses.
You can download templates for Excel from Office.com by following the instructions. Many other sites like HubSpot offer free or paid templates for everything from invoices to budgets to charts or timelines.
Excel is very useful in marketing for budgeting, scheduling blog posts and social media posts, tracking SEO results, tracking Google AdWords, tracking leads, creating marketing metric reports, and more.