Sometimes, I find myself waiting for ages for a bus, then three come along all at the same time! Sometimes, I find myself waiting for ages for a new blog post from one of my favourite bloggers, then five come along within an hour of each other!
Slow down, bloggers! I love reading your posts, but when you publish them all within an hour of each other, it can be a little overwhelming, and I usually end up not reading any of them.
Haven’t got the time to publish all twenty-six of the new posts you’ve written over the next seven days? That’s where scheduling your blog posts comes in very handy. Allow me to show you how to schedule them.
- First up, write your post(s).
- Once it’s finished, click the calendar icon next to the publish button that is in the top righthand corner of the page.
- A calendar will open.
- Select a date you want your post to be published. In this instance, I am going to choose Monday 17th April.
- If you want to schedule your post to be published sometime the following month or a few months in advance, then click on the arrow to the right of the month (in this instance April 2017).
- Next, set the time you want your post to be published. In this example, I want my post to be published at 03:23 on the afternoon of Monday 17th April.
- Click inside the hour box and enter the hour.
- Click inside the minute box and enter the minute.
- Next, select either AM or PM. In my case, it needs to be PM.
- Click on Schedule.
Notice that little tick in the calendar icon? That means your post is now scheduled to be posted on the date and time you have selected it to be published on your blog.
How easy was that?
If you have any further questions on scheduling a blog post on WordPress, then leave them in the comments section, and I’ll get back to you.
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