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Scheduling Posts

Scheduling Posts

Seriously – I just discovered how easy it is to schedule blog posts.

Have you had a moment where you’re on a roll – coming up with lots of content, but you don’t want to put it all out there at once.

Nor do you want to forget to post it. And perhaps you don’t have a kid who’s savvy at taking this on for you either.

Well just schedule it!

Over to the right of the screen where you are writing your blog post, and just above the word Publish, you will find that it looks something like this —–>

You see that Edit link that’s circled in red, just click on that and change the date and time and click OK.

The Publish button will change to Schedule. Just click that.

And VOILA – You’re done!

No more forgetting to get your blog posts written and published. You can even schedule them in advance…say when you’re on vacation.

And yes, this post was scheduled 🙂



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