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Stay in Touch with Facebook Fans when You’re Crunched for Time

As a small business owner, do you often find yourself crunched for time? Are you wondering how you’ll ever maintain a consistent posting schedule on Facebook? Well good news is here! Simply schedule your posts on Facebook for up to months in advance! It just takes 15 to 30 minutes to schedule several posts, keeping you in touch with your customers.

How to Schedule Facebook Posts

How to Schedule Facebook Post
Write your status update as you normally would on Facebook, adding a photo or link if desired. Then, click on the clock icon in the lower left. Choose the current year from the drop down menu. Once you do this, a new drop down box will appear allowing you to select the month you want the post to appear. After choosing the month, you’ll then be able to accept the hour and the minute. Minutes are offered in 10 minute increments. You don’t have to choose a minute option if you don’t want to. Once you’ve chosen the correct date and time for your post, click the Schedule button. It’s that easy!

Editing a Scheduled Post

How to Edit Scheduled Facebook Post

If you decide you want to delete or change a scheduled post, you simply need to access your Activity Log. At the top of your page, click on the Edit Page menu and then choose Activity Log. You’ll then be taken to your list of scheduled posts. To the right of each post is a small drop down arrow. Click on that and then choose to Change Time, Publish Now, or even Delete Post depending on what you want to do.

How to Change a Scheduled Facebook Post

Scheduling posts on Facebook allows you to line up your posts for the next day, or even the next week (or month for that matter). Simply take some time in the evening or on the weekend when you’re not working and line up several posts. Be sure to check on your page a couple times to respond to any questions or comments that your fans might have posted. You’ll save a lot of time by scheduling posts in advance and it’s reassuring to know your Facebook page is working for you even when you’re unplugged.

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