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Trying Out Scheduling Posts

Hello my lovelies.


Recently I have been experimenting with ‘scheduling’ posts, tweets and status’ (and the like) across all of my social media platforms. It was not something that I had ever really given much thought about. However, jumping on the bandwagon, as you do: It seems to be the thing that everyone is trying out nowadays. I guess the old saying goes that you can’t knock something before you try it – so I am testing the water at the moment.

In the long run, I do believe scheduling and becoming more organised will be extremely beneficial for me. Especially seeing as I start college in September. I never want to fall away from blogging – ever. If I have a heavy work load with college stuff then I can plan ahead, schedule my blogs and make sure that I am still putting out content for my lovely followers and readers of my blog. Happy days.

So far, I have been using Hootsuite, Buffer and Blogger (for scheduling my actual blog posts). Hootsuite and Buffer are both websites (and are also available on the App Store – I believe) which allow you to plan in advance what you want to go live on your Social Media on certain days, times etc. It’s all very fine and dandy however it is going to take me a bit of time to get used to. But I’ll get there; slowly but surely.

I will be sure to let you know – perhaps in a couple of weeks time – how I am getting on with these scheduling websites.

Do you schedule posts? If so, what things do you use? Have you had the chance to try out the ones I’ve mentioned in this post?

I’d love to hear from you!

Until next time
Charlene McElhinney

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EMAIL: charlenemcelhinney@icloud.com

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