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Google Drive For Business: How To Organize Google Drive Tutorial To Organize Digital Files

In this Google Drive tutorial, you’ll discover how to organize your business files using Google Drive to keep everything in order

How To Organize Your Business Files Using Google Drive. In this Google Drive tutorial, you’ll discover how to organize your business files using google drive. I use Google Drive to organize my business files, and to keep everything in order. This is the exact structure I use on Google Drive to store and organize my business files.

In my Google Drive, I have three folders:

1. Education, where I store everything related to online or even in person courses I took, such as notes, screenshots and assignments, as well as PDFs or e-books that I can use to further my learning and education. Within the Education folder, I have folders dedicated to each course, and depending on the amount of files I have, such as for Femtrepreneur’s course Launch Your Signature Course, I divide them into even more specific folders.

2. Personal, which as the name denotes, is where I store all of my personal files, such as resumes, investments, coaching, and fun things.

3. And finally, Yes To Tech, which is where I house everything related to my business, and what we will be focusing on today since we are talking about how to organize your files, specifically your business ones, with Google Drive.

When we open this folder up, you can see that right now there are six other folders within it. Sometimes this number varies, since I like to keep the things that I am currently working on at the least amount of clicks away. The folders that are always in this first subsection are:

  • Blog: which is where I house all of my blog posts, and where I brainstorm future blog post ideas. This way, I have the blog post’s script even when it has not yet been published, and have easy access to it after it has gone live. Since I write a blog post a week, it’s important that this folder is front and center.

  • Images: is where I store my logos in different sizes and colors, as well as stock images related to my business that I downloaded in free stock image sites online.

  • Supercharge Your Productivity: Here I keep the course outline, all of the video scripts, PowerPoint presentations, recorded videos, sales page copy, as well as all the checklists, workbooks and cheatsheets that come with each module.

  • To Do: is where I keep my master to do list of everything that needs to be accomplished for each long-term project.

  • And Zero To Wix: which is my signature course, and is definitely the biggest folder out of them all. It also has many subsections within it, so let’s dig in one by one:

  • About: where I keep my copystalking spreadsheets and files describing the course.

  • Content Upgrades: which is a listing of all of the opt-in incentive PDFs I offer.

  • E-mail Sequence: where I have access to the script of my welcome e-mail sequence.

  • Free E-Mail Course: where I keep the script to my free 5-day e-mail course, as well as the sales copy, and promotional captions and images.

  • List Building: which is where I add upcoming or current activities I am working on to grow my e-mail list, such as challenges, giveaways, guest posts, and posting about my offers and events in Facebook groups. Some of these folders are empty, or even just house ideas, but they are great motivators for things I want to create for my business in the future.

  • Pricing: which is where I map out my offering’s prices and returns, mostly on Excel, with pre-sales, early bird pricing and the actual sales price.

  • Sales Page: where I plan and write the copy for my sales page.

  • YouTube: where I keep everything related to video, either on YouTube or Facebook Live, with idea creation, scripts, the videos themselves, and promotional images.

The folder that was within the Yes To Tech main business folder that is temporary is the Webinars folder, and it appears whenever I am working on a webinar, such as the Ultimate Productivity Boost free workshop. In this folder I house the PowerPoint presentations, promotional images and captions, workbooks, and the exact webinar script, for each webinar that I create.

So this is the exact structure I use on Google Drive to store and organize my business files. We literally just went behind the scenes folder by folder, and this structure is both effective and successful to keep everything in its exact place in a way that is super organized and easy to find.

Now that you know how to organize your business files with Google Drive, it’s time to implement it in your own life.


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