8 thoughts on “WordPress Tips and Tricks – Post in Advance Leave a comment

  1. It’s a feature worth sharing. When I posted on this a comment was left pointing out that WordPress.com users may end up revealing posts prior to the date intended… a caveat also worth sharing. I used this trick on my self-install WP installation to schedule a weekly post for 5 consecutive weeks—and had no issues.

  2. I’ve been using this technique for a while now. It’s very useful. I too get in a “blogging mood” often, and at other times I feel like not blogging at all.

  3. This sounds like it should be coined the “Bush” feature.

    As Stephen Colbert said at the White House Correspondents Dinner earlier this year: “The greatest thing about this man is he’s steady. You know where he stands. He believes the same thing Wednesday that he believed on Monday, no matter what happened Tuesday.”

    S

  4. Ease to use technique, well explained, thx:)
    Sure I know about it from the start (when I first installed WordPress) but other may not know it;-)

    Nice design, btw, nice blog, too:)

  5. A simple but effective technique. Unfortunately I never seem to find the time to write the articles in the first place let alone line them up!

  6. I like that idea of a blogging mood. I’ve just nailed 5 juicy posts in four hours, sometimes I have 4 week gaps!

  7. Thanks for the great tips! I’ve been looking all over to advancing my post in WordPress. It’s true that when I’m on the blogging mood, I can roll out 2-3 post a day. And then when I’m not on the blogging mood, I can post none in a few days.

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