If you’re heading away during spring or summer, you can keep your content marketing running by learning how to schedule blog posts in WordPress website.
As you read this, I am shivering in the last metre or so of snow from the snow season and am probably nowhere near my computer.
However, I have used the scheduling option in WordPress to do the time warp and write to you freshly today even though I composed this post last week.
It’s just a click to the right
Just like learning the iconic dance from the Rocky Horror Picture Show, learning how to schedule blog posts in WordPress will make it easy for you to do the time warp again and again and again.
With a little more time, I’d have created an animated gif to show you the steps, just like Richard O’Brien has done here with choreography for the Time Warp.
However, that’s enough background, so let’s head into the lab and see what’s on the slab.
How to schedule blog posts in WordPress?
Scheduling blog posts in WordPress is easy and can be very handy.
I see you shiver in anticipation, so I’ll cut to the chase and share with you the simple steps to follow:
- Firstly, you open WordPress and draft your blog as usual.
- Secondly, you make sure you’ve added an image, selected a category and inserted a tag or two.
- Thirdly, you look to the right where the Publish button is and just above it, click on the Edit link next to Publish Immediately.
- Fourthly, select a month, date, hour and minute that you would like your article to go live, then click OK.
- Fifthly, click the Publish button which should now have changed to Schedule.
- Finally, scroll up and click Preview Post to have a look over your work.
- Hot Patootie, you’ve done it.
All that’s left to do next is to grab Janet and go driving in the woods where there’s a light on, over at the Frankenstein place.