Unfortunately, the blogosphere is filled with desperate bloggers (Unscrupulous bloggers who will stoop to an extremely low level with the intentions of grabbing other people’s attention).
Proverbially speaking, those people have a way of getting on our last nerve.
And, what am I referring to?
Well, stick around and I will gladly tell you what those things are.
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I have been scheduling my blog posts for many years; it works out well for me and I would not have it any other way.
Scheduling my blog posts ensures me that my viewing audience will see them on a certain day and time (For quite some time, I have adopted the practice of scheduling my blog posts for Saturday at 19:30 Greenwich Mean Time).
Because it lets people know when they can expect to peruse my latest blog post.
Radio and television programmes do go on the air at specific times (Therefore, you will always know when you can expect them).
I am not the type of person who publishes content sporadically on their blog (I am disciplined and well-organized).
For the record, it is not imperative that you schedule your blog posts in advance.
As a matter of fact, you can continue publishing your blog posts whenever you like (And, you should stick with that particular modus operandi if it works best for you).
However, scheduling your blog posts will lift some of the figurative heavy load from off of your shoulders and it will always provide you with the comfort of knowing that they will be published on the day and the time that you set them for.
By the way, if you are one of those bloggers who do not know how to schedule a blog post, I highly recommend that you check out, Scheduling Posts & Pages by the WordPress Support Team.
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