Here is a great tip that I know some of you have missed as well.
I have a fabulous system to organize my future blogs, and it works brilliantly for me. It is a paper log that lists the days of the week with corresponding 1-31 dates which I keep in my planner. But with the WordPress Editorial Calendar, it’s perfect for planning out future posts right here. It auto-populates as you schedule your posts, so there is nothing you need to do after you install the plug-in. You can see at a glance what has been published, what posts are scheduled, and drafts you’re working on.
What I love about this feature, is that you can view any gaps in your posting schedule. Days you may have missed, dates you want to target, and pre-planning the months ahead. All you have to do is install the plug-in and you will find it under “Posts” in your dashboard… Such a simple tool, and so helpful!
Do you struggle with scheduling in blog posts? Do you have a blog planner but forget to write them – or worse, forget to publish them? Take the time to set out a plan and schedule them in a creative way that works for you. If you need a paper schedule, I have a FREE Blog Planner Printable for you here. Enjoy!