Submission Tracker (MS Excel Worksheet)

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Submission Tracker
AN MS EXCEL WORKSHEET that helps knit and crochet designers track design submissions and make more money.

You have been designing for a minute. You are really finding your stride in the industry as a designer. Yeah, it's scary to actually call yourself that, but you are owning the title. You have a pretty good rapport with magazine and yarn companies, and getting more and more work everyday.

Fantastic, right?

So, what's the problem?

The problem is that there are a lot of steps to go through from the time you put the proposal together and hit send, to getting that "Yes, we would love to include your design for publication," to the publication actually going live, and you receiving payment for your work.

There is a lot to keep track of. You are having a hard time keeping up and keeping track of all your submissions. You are sending out a lot of proposals to many different publications, and you are at various stages of the publishing process with all your submissions: from initial proposal to acceptance to finished pattern and sample to publication, and payment.

This is a simple, yet powerful tool to help Crochet and Knit designers manage their submissions to maximize efficiency and increase acceptance.

The Submission Tracker is for you if (Check all that apply):
• You are a designer (knit and/or crochet)
• You design full-time or part-times
• You submit design proposals to magazines and yarn companies Call for Submission
• You submit more than a handful of designs and need a way to track your submission
• You don't currently have a system for tracking your submissions. Right now, your only "system" is writing general information on note cards.
• You want to grow your design business
• You want to find trends in your design portfolio. What design proposals are being accepted/rejected and by which publication in order to better craft specific proposals.

How did you answer? If you said yes to any (or ALL) of the above, The Submission Tracker is for you.

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Tian Connaughton, KNitDesigns, 2007-2012. All rights reserved. You may NOT resell, copy, or give away the pattern itself in any form.

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You will be limited to 5 items made from any single pattern within one year (from date of download) - after that year expires, the license is renewable. To sell quantities greater than 5 items per year, the fee for the license is $15.
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