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.”


  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.

    1. So true indeed – and I am finding it gets worse as time goes by. I really need to blog more! 🙂

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