Productivity Tools

  • 20 Awesome Tools to Skyrocket Your Productivity Today

    Are you ready to skyrocket your productivity and get more done?

    When I speak to people (whether they’re mamas or not), the thing that they say they struggle with the most when running a business is productivity. When I ask what’s holding them back, “I don’t have time” is the most common answer.

    They are either lacking the time to get everything done or simply getting distracted by things around them.

    But there is an answer to this – to use our time differently and run our businesses in a more effective and efficient way. To get more done in the time we have and to spend less time sitting at our desks buried in work.

    It’s time for us to claim back our time, streamline our businesses, work more efficiently and, most importantly, have time for other things in our lives again.

    There are tonnes of tools and apps out there and the temptation can be to try and use them all. At the same time. This will only get you bogged down in playing around with those tools and apps and spending even less time in your business. But don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with this list of 20 awesome tools that will skyrocket your productivity.

    Skyrocket your productivity with these 20 awesome tools. By using these simple tools and apps to organise your business you can streamline your business, become more efficient and spend less time in your business

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    Planning and Project Management Tools


    If you’re ready to skyrocket your productivity, we need to start with the very basics – planning!

    All too often we get excited by the prospect of a new project and just dive in head first with very little planning happening. We get distracted by unimportant tasks and new business ideas and, before we know it, we’ve forgotten about important tasks and deadlines.

    If you work with multiple clients and customers you DO NOT want to be missing deadlines!

    That’s where Asana comes in!

    Asana is a free project management tool that allows you to keep track of everything business related (and non-business related if you really want to!) You can have up to 15 team members and unlimited projects and workspaces on the free plan too.

    I personally create workspaces for each client so that we can share everything within that workspace and then create projects within that workspace. You can assign tasks to team members and set deadlines for them too which is great for when there is more than one person working on a particular thing. Your clients can also allocate things to you too which saves time and multiple emails clogging up your inbox.

    Google Calendar

    Alongside Asana, I use Google Calendar to help ensure that my personal life, business and any other appointments don’t clash or get out of hand.

    Any appointments that I schedule through emails, such as client calls, automatically get added to the calendar. I add in any personal appointments I have too (midwife appointments, lunch with my mum etc.) so I know what times I am working each day.

    My Google Calendar is synced to my phone and I share it with my other half too which means that no matter where I am, I always know what appointments I have scheduled, when I have meetings and when we have family things planned too.

    I actually take things one step further and use my Google Calendar to block out time each day for pretty much everything. Whilst this might be too much for some people, it really helps my productivity. For example, I know how long I have to complete housework before I start my workday. The temptation when you work from home can be to keep doing chores all day long which isn’t great for your business! Having set times for different things in my life such as client work, my blog work, general admin, housework and general downtime, means that I’m more productive in each of those windows that I have blocked out.

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    Even since Zoe Linda introduced me to Airtable I’ve been obsessed with it!

    In their own words, Airtable is a spreadsheet that acts like a database. Now, I don’t know about you but I **LOVE** a good spreadsheet! And, whilst the initial set up of a good spreadsheet might take me a few hours, over the course of a few months, they can save me hours, if not days of work!

    I use Airtable to plan and track everything in all of my business from content calendars to finance and sales funnel tracking. I find Airtable much easier to use than Excel and, as someone who is very visual, I love the way it looks (hello, colour coding heaven!)

    If you want to learn more about how to use Airtable to skyrocket your productivity, check out this post by Terra from Uncork Your Dork.

    Client Management


    I’ll hold my hands up now and say that I put off investing in Dubsado for way too long! I thought I could manage my clients using spreadsheets, Word and Excel (yeah, not even the online versions!)

    The moment that I signed up to Dubsado and saw what it was actually capable of, I knew it was going to make a huge difference to my productivity. Instead of sending emails to potential clients with lots of questions about what kind of assistance they required, I could create a template and set it to send automatically when someone completed an initial inquiry form. I could suddenly send contracts that the clients could sign with the click of a button which would then form part of their record in Dubsado. I could create and send invoices at the click of a button and auto-schedule payment reminders instead of having to set diary dates and chase people manually!

    It really does save tonnes of time having everything you need for one client in a single place – no need to refer back to a long string of emails and Facebook messages to track down minor details. And, as an added bonus, each client can have their own client portal so that they too can access things like their contract, emails, previous invoices etc. in one easy to access, convenient place.

    The Contract Shop

    You’re probably sitting there thinking this isn’t a tool that can skyrocket your productivity but bear with me!

    One of the things that we try to do when we first start our businesses is…EVERYTHING!

    We literally try to do every single thing ourselves. And I get it, I really do. I was the same. Part of it is a pride thing – we want to be able to say that we built our businesses from scratch all by ourselves. Another part of it is money – if we’re just starting out, not many of us have “spare cash” lying around to just pay other people to help us.

    BUT sometimes, we need to get help from other people. And the legal areas of running a blog or business are one of those times. I spent hours and hours researching what terms and conditions I needed to have on my site and how to make sure I was GDPR compliant. Then I spent days writing those Terms and Conditions and a Privacy Policy. And then even more time double-checking and worrying about them.

    In reality, all I needed to do was head over to The Contract Shop and purchase the ready-made GDPR Compliant Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy Template, add in my own details and paste them onto my site.

    The great thing about The Contract Shop is that it’s run by Christina Scalera, who really knows her legal stuff and has something for pretty much everyone! Here are just a few examples of what you can find in The Contract Shop that will save you not only time but also the headache of having to draft things yourself:


    No more going backwards and forwards 20,000 times over email with a new client just to find a time that suits you both for a 20-minute call!

    With Calendly, you can set your available times, send a link to your client and they can choose a time that suits them from your calendar. It’s super simple and free to use (there are some features that you’ll need to upgrade for but I’ve found the free version fine!)

    Simply set up a free account, make sure that you keep your availability up to date and say goodbye to all of that wasted time trying to set up calls.

    Social Media and Graphics


    Really want to skyrocket your productivity? Then SmarterQueue is what you need in your business! Social media scheduling used to be a huge black hole of wasted time for me. Don’t get me wrong, social media and marketing your business is ESSENTIAL but it can take hours and hours of time. Time that you could be spending working with your clients directly or creating new products to sell to your customers…or you know, hanging out with your family! With SmarterQueue you create categories for your posts like these:
    • Own blog posts
    • Own products
    • Affiliate links
    • Posts from other people
    • Tips and tricks

    You then add a whole list of posts to each category and select the time slots that you want to share those categories with your audience on each platform. And what really saves you time? If your mark those posts as “evergreen” SmarterQueue will recycle them for you once they’ve been posted. You don’t have to log in and retype them every week or month! If you want to know more about using SmarterQueue and how I’ve saved myself over 8 hours a week using it, check out this post.


    Planoly is my favourite tool when it comes to scheduling Instagram posts.

    I’ve found that I’m much, much productive when I can batch tasks. This includes scheduling my Instagram posts which I do every Sunday for the week ahead. I sit down for half an hour, plan out my content and schedule it out.

    There are a couple of reasons that I chose Planoly as my go-to Instagram scheduler and they all come down to saving time and being more productive.

    Firstly, you can use Planoly on your laptop/desktop. I don’t know about you but I hate typing out long captions to an Instagram post on my phone. I can type much faster, and more naturally on my keyboard.

    Next up, you can save groups of hashtags within Planoly and add them to your posts with the click of a button. For example, I have a group of productivity related hashtags, a group of VA specific hashtags, a group for my favourite blogging hashtags and so on. Trust me when I tell you that this feature will save you so. much. time.

    Third on my list is the drag and drop grid planner feature. You can see how your images will look on your grid before you post and, if you’re not happy with the layout, you can rearrange them. This isn’t necessarily a time-saver but it is a dream come true for those of us seeking the perfect 9 square!

    Finally, and most importantly for me, Planoly is a trusted third-party app to Instagram. This means that they are allowed to automatically post to Instagram for you. You simply add the caption and hashtags to the image you want to post, schedule a date and time and select “autopost”. Repeat until you have scheduled your posts for the day, week or month and Planoly will take care of the rest. No more push notifications on your phone. No more having to log into the app on your phone and copy everything over to Instagram.


    Let’s face it, none of us has the time (or the energy) to be on Pinterest 24 hours a day. Well, maybe we do for home inspiration and hairstyle ideas, but not for work!

    In order to save time and avoid spending hours trying to pin 50 pins each day, I schedule ahead of time using Tailwind.

    Tailwind has a Chrome, Firefox and Safari extension so you can pin from anywhere which is a huge timesaver. You can also batch pin by pinning one single pin to multiple relevant boards. Tailwind also has great analytics and suggests the best times for you to pin so you don’t have to work it all out for yourself.

    If you’re completely new to Pinterest and you’re not sure where to start, check out this eBook from Ana at the She Approach.

    It’s not just any old eBook though, here’s what you get: 

    • A 170+ page eBook with detailed strategies on how to get started with Pinterest, craft an advanced pinning schedule and boost your blog traffic like a pro
    • Access to 17 case studies from bloggers and biz owners who mastered Pinterest (and their best kept secrets)
    • Free video training: How to create stunning Pinterest graphics and templates in Canva
    • Free video training: How to find, report, take down and prevent stolen images on Pinterest
    And all of this is just $35! It’s an absolute bargain and perfect for anyone just starting out with Pinterest or looking to boost their accounts and traffic.


    You know all of those lovely graphics you need to create for your website and social media accounts, including pins for Pinterest? Imagine how much you could skyrocket your productivity is there was a quick and easy tool to help you create them?

    Well, there is and it’s called Canva! Now I know that the graphic designers out there will be cringing at my recommendation of Canva, screaming at their screens that tools like Photoshop and Illustrator are much better but for most of us, Canva will do the job. Plus it’s super easy to use.

    How does it save you time? Well, you can create as many templates as you need and simply edit the text each time you need to use one. If you’re not creative or you simply don’t have time to sit down and put a set of templates together, check out these beautiful templates from Bluchic:

    Styled Stock Society

    When it comes to making our websites look great and curating those lovely social media graphics that entice people to click through to our sites and buy from us, image is everything.

    When I first started blogging I would spend hours putting together flatlays, taking hundreds of pictures and editing them. Just for them to look less than ordinary and actually make my blog look pretty amateur. Then I came across the world of stock photos and, more specifically, the Styled Stock Society membership.

    There are currently over 1,400 images in their library with new content being added each week. There really is something for everyone, with categories such as lifestyle, desktop, mockups and seasonal images.



    Emails are so last season!

    Whether you’re working in a team or looking for a time-saving way to communicate with your clients, I will always recommend Slack. It’s kind of like going back to the old days of MSN messenger but with new, quicker, more professional technology!

    You can message each other instantly, share documents and create team channels (like group chats), making those one-line emails a thing of the past.

    Not only is it quick and easy to type your shorter messages into Slack but it also means you won’t have as many emails in your inbox each day which is another task off your list. Another added bonus is that it’s free to use. Like most of the “free” tools, there are upgrades available but I’ve never needed to upgrade to the paid version of Slack.


    Do you feel like you’d be able to skyrocket your productivity if only you didn’t have to write or type everything out? I hear ya!

    Loom is an amazing tool that you can record yourself and/or your computer screen with. As a VA, this is a total lifesaver. If I need to show a client how I’ve set up a new workspace or Airtable spreadsheet, I simply record a quick tutorial on my screen. No need to write a 20-page manual for them.

    And it works the other way too. I often ask clients to record themselves completing a task that they have allocated to me to do in the future so that I can follow the exact same process at them. Having the video makes it easier to follow instructions and it means that you can go back and re-watch it again as many times as you need.

    Oh, and did I mention that Loom is free too? There is a paid version but I’ve never needed to use any of its features.


    Sometimes (most of the time) it’s much easier and more time efficient to jump on a call and talk something through with someone. Emails can be misread and are often long-winded, causing more confusion than they solve!

    That’s why I use the free version of Zoom to have video calls with my clients. It’s really easy to use. You create a meeting and send the link to the other person (you can be super efficient and send it to them via Slack!)

    There are a number of options available so you can use Zoom in a way that suits you. You can opt to use the audio only (great for those days when you’ve got a call 2 minutes after you’ve woken up!), you can use your camera and you can share your screen. You can mix and match these options too.

    One feature of Zoom that I absolutely love, and is a great time saver, is the record feature. You can record your video to play back later. This is ideal for initial discovery calls with clients where there’s lots of information that you want to note down. You don’t want to get distracted by handwriting notes during the call so just record it and listen back later.



    As most of you will already know, I always recommend ConvertKit to anyone looking to build an email list.

    When you first look at ConvertKit and all of its amazing functions you might wonder how this amazing tool will skyrocket your productivity. Surely, you’re just going to lose hours on end trying to get everything set up?

    Well yes, and no.

    It might take you a while to get to grips with ConvertKit and get everything set up. But, once you do, you can automate pretty much everything email related in your business! From delivering freebies to new subscribers to creating and automating free email courses, there’s nothing that ConvertKit can’t do for you!

    As I mentioned, there are tonnes of functions and things that ConvertKit can do for you which can be overwhelming. That’s why I joined – and would recommend to anyone else wanting to use ConvertKit to join – the ConvertKit Club by Elizabeth Buckley-Goddard

    If you’re unsure about joining the membership or just want a quick guide to Convertkit, Elizabeth also offers this free beginners guide to Convertkit.

    Gmail and GSuite

    I have to say that the biggest thing I ever did to increase my productivity was to get organised!

    It sounds silly but every single day I was wasting so much time looking for documents and images and emails and…well, basically everything because nothing on my laptop was in any sort of order.

    When I got myself a professional looking email with Gmail, I took advantage of the storage that came with it. Not only did Google Drive provide me with the perfect place to save and organise my stuff, but it also proved to be a fantastic way to share documents with clients and team members too.



    Do you spend 10-15 minutes searching for your login details every single time you need to log into anything online? I know I used to.

    Originally, I kept them in a spreadsheet but, well…you know, that’s not very safe! Then I discovered LastPass.

    It’s a great tool that saves your login details securely. The Chrome extension will automatically complete the details on the login screen of online programs you use. You can also share passwords with other LastPass users without them actually being able to see what your password is. This is great for client work or when you’re working with a team of people. You can send your details via LastPass meaning that they can log into your accounts without seeing your password

    It will also generate passwords for you should you need to create new passwords for anything.


    When I sit down to write a blog post or long email, I like to write. And write. And write some more until everything I need to say is on the screen. I don’t like to write a few words and then edit and then write a few more and edit. It’s just not my style.

    I also don’t like to write a huge blog post – like this beast that is over 3,000 words long – and then spend an extra 2 hours proofreading it. Quite honestly it’s a boring task. Plus, I’m usually so tired from writing that I don’t actually spot my own mistakes.

    That’s why I use the free Grammarly extension. It’s basically like Word’s spellcheck but for online “stuff”. Yes, you have to go through and correct the red underlined words but it’s faster than editing from scratch.

    Bluchic Templates

    I mentioned Bluchic templates earlier in this post but they’ve saved me so much time that they’re getting another mention.

    On top of the Canva Social Media Templates, Bluchic also sell some beautiful Landing Page Templates.

    What. A. Game. Changer.

    I’ve honestly spent hours and hours trying to create the perfect landing pages for various things. And, no matter what I did, they never seemed to be quite right. After purchasing a theme from Bluchic (the one I use on here), I was so impressed that I checked out some of their other stuff too.

    After purchasing the templates I’ve been able to create sales pages, tripwires and more in the blink of an eye. All of the pages have played a huge part in automating various areas of my business, in particular in setting up sales funnels.

    The bundle of templates includes:

    • Opt-in Page
    • Tripwire Offer Page
    • Thank You Page
    • Webinar Registration Page
    • Live Webinar Page
    • Sales Page
    • Offer Expired Page

    The templates are designed to be used in WordPress with the Elementor plugin which I’m a huge fan of. You simply upload the templates, add the relevant one to your page and edit the content to suit your needs! Easy peasy!

    Not only will they help you save time in the short term but they’ll take you a long way in automating other parts of your business too!

    Tomato Timer

    The final tool on this list of 20 tools to skyrocket your productivity today – the Tomato Timer!

    There’s not really much to say about this. I am a huge fan of it and use it every single day.

    You may or may not have heard of the Pomodoro technique. The idea is that you work in short, uninterrupted bursts. So, you work for 25 minutes with no extra browser tabs open, no phone, no TV etc. followed by a 5-minute break. When I do this, I use the Tomato Timer to keep track of my short bursts of work.

    Why? Because I have zero self-control. And every time I pick up my phone I spend 45 minutes scrolling through Facebook and Instagram! With the Tomato Timer, I just open up another tab and leave my phone completely out of reach.

    Phew! That’s a long old list. Whilst it might seem overwhelming, making small changes and using these tools in your business will save hours of time.

    Let me know what your favourite productivity tools are in the comments below.

  • How I Save Myself 8 Hours Each Week on Social Media

    What if I told you that you could save time scheduling social media?

    We all know how important it is to be active on social media to build our brands, network and grow traffic. But what nobody seems to talk about is how time-consuming it all is. I could easily spend all day every day on social media (and that doesn’t count my own personal accounts where I watch cute animal videos for hours on end)!

    When I first started out, I would spend 10-12 hours each week scheduling social media posts. Every Sunday, I’d put on a film (well, usually 2 or 3 films), sit down on the sofa and schedule my social media updates and promos for the week ahead. With around 20 Tweets, 2 Instagram posts, 2 Facebook Group posts and 4 updates on my Facebook Page each day, I would easily spend 5-6 hours on this.

    Then came Pinterest. When I was pinning things manually, I would spend at least an hour each day on Pinterest.

    Whilst what I was doing was time-consuming, it was working. My traffic from social media was growing daily, But, maintaining that level of work each week was impossible. That was until I found a solution!

    Here’s how I save time scheduling social media each week now (by about 8 hours).

    Save Time Scheduling Social Media

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    1. Plan Your Blog Content Ahead of Time

    One of the main things that helps me save time scheduling social media is knowing what I’m going to be posting.

    There’s nothing like a last-minute blind panic to slow you down. Trust me, when you rush, you make mistakes and everything takes twice as long!

    Planning ahead also means that you can batch tasks which saves more time. You can read my full post on increasing productivity by batching here.

    I use a simple blog post planner to plan out my blog content at least 2 months in advance. You can grab a FREE copy of my blog post planner template here.

    Knowing what you’re going to publish and when on your blog might not seem like it’s going to save you any time when it comes to social media scheduling but I’ll get on to that in more detail in a second.

    2. Use Templates for Images

    If you’re looking for a way to significantly save time scheduling social media, templates are it!

    Here I’m talking about using templates for your images and graphics. I’ll be talking about templates for your updates and promos later.

    Really helpfully, every social media platform requires different dimensions for your images! So, for each blog post that I write, I create 6 images – one for Facebook, one for Twitter, 1 for Instagram (which doubles as my featured image) and three different pins.

    Creating 6 new images for each post I publish could take hours. But, because I use templates, it takes me less than 10 minutes to create all 6.

    I’ll be completely transparent and honest here and tell you that it took me the best part of a weekend to get all the templates set up but it was so worth it in the long run.

    Here’s how to create your templates:

    Main Image

    I started by creating Pinterest images because they are the largest in terms of dimensions (which helps when it comes to resizing later).

    Using Canva, I created a Pin using their Pinterest Image template. I added in the shapes, colours, fonts etc. that I wanted to feature on all of my graphics, ensuring that they were on brand. Then I uploaded all of the stock images I had and created 50 copies of the same pin, each with a different stock image in the background.

    I have all 50 of these templates saved in a folder on Canva now. Each time I draft a new post, I go into that folder, choose a template, make a copy of it (so I don’t lose the original template) and edit the text to fit the new post. It takes me no more than a couple of minutes to make a pin for each new post.

    Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

    Once the pin is ready, I use the “File” button in the top left-hand corner and hit “Magic Resize”.

    Save Time Scheduling Social Media

    The magic resize function is one of the main reasons that I upgraded my Canva account to pro. It takes the image you’ve already created and makes another copy of it in the correct dimensions for the social media platforms you have selected.

    So, after clicking “Magic Resize”, you will see a list of social media platforms to choose from. Simply select the ones you need and hit “Abracadabra – Resize!”

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    The new images will usually require some slight adjusting to make sure that everything fits correctly but in a matter of seconds, you can go from having one Pinterest image to having one for each of your preferred social media platforms!

    Additional Pins

    One of the best pieces of advice I ever read and implemented when it comes to Pinterest is to create multiple pins for each of your posts.

    So, as I mentioned before, I spent a good few hours creating two additional sets of Pinterest templates:

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    As with the other Pinterest templates, I just select one, make a copy and edit for each new post.

    So now, for each new post I create, I can have 6 images in under 10 minutes just by using the templates I have on Canva.

    3. Use Templates for Your Updates & Promos

    For a little while, I used to write new updates each week. After typing “Do we follow each other on Instagram yet?” 3 or 4 times each Sunday, I realised that I should probably be saving these updates and promos somewhere and simply copying and pasting them.

    I appreciate that not many of you will have taken so long to realise this!

    So I created a spreadsheet like this to save them in:

    Save Time Scheduling Social Media

    As you can see from the tabs across the bottom, there are templates for my blog posts, my other social media accounts, freebies & courses and for affiliates.

    Each time I create a new post, freebie or product, I draft 3 or 4 attention grabbing Tweets and save them in the spreadsheet. I then copy these and expand them out a little bit for Facebook updates.

    Once you have your template Tweets and images ready to go, it’s time to start scheduling!

    4. Use a Scheduling Tool

    My original scheduling tool of choice was Hootsuite. And I would still recommend it to bloggers on a budget or those who are just starting out. I would, however, definitely recommend the pro version for $10 per month.

    Each Sunday I would copy and paste the template updates into Hootsuite for each of my social media platforms. Having the templates ready saved me a couple of hours but I was still spending faaaaar too much time on it.

    So, I went on the hunt for something better. Something that would help me save more time. My first port of call was MeetEdgar. I’d seen a lot of other bloggers using it and it had been recommended to me by a couple of people in Facebook Groups.

    MeetEdgar offers a 14 day free trial with no obligation to continue – you don’t even have to add your card details until you decide you want to. I registered for the free trial and had a play around with it. I must admit that I found it really difficult to get to grips with to start with. But, once I was a bit more familiar with it everything looked great.

    That was until my free trial ended and I was faced with the $79 per month price tag! The price now seems to be $49 per month, so they’ve clearly been listening to people.

    Now, I’m not one to shy away from spending money on my business but $49 per month seemed really steep – especially when MeetEdgar only supports Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

    That’s when I came across SmarterQueue.


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    How Using SmarterQueue Saves Me 8 Hours Each Week

    Before I go into all of the ways that I save time scheduling social media through SmarterQueue, just feast your eyes on this little video clip.

    At the moment, you SmarterQueue covers these platforms:

    • Facebook Profiles, Pages and Groups
    • Twitter
    • Instagram (through their phone app)
    • LinkedIn Profiles and Company Pages

    They also have a couple of others in the pipeline which will be coming soon:

    • Google+
    • Pinterest


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    Categories and the Content Calendar

    Save Time Scheduling Social Media

    Scheduling your social media content is super easy with SmarterQueue. As you can see from the video above you create a list of categories and fill each category with your posts and updates. You then schedule the categories and SmarterQueue posts something from that category at that time.

    Here you can see that I have created 8 categories – all of which are colour coded. You then use the calendar to schedule which category you want to post when.

    Within each category are the templates that I used to have the spreadsheet I mentioned earlier. So, within the category “Own Blog Posts” there are 3 or 4 Tweets and Facebook posts for each and every blog post I’ve ever written.

    Within the “Social Media Promo” are all of the templates I have that are along the lines of “why not follow me on Twitter”.

    It’s all fairly self-explanatory really! You create your categories based on the types of content you share on your social media account. The number of categories you can have is determined by the package you have.

    Save Time Scheduling Social Media

    When you have created the categories you need, you can add content to them by clicking “Add Content” from the main menu across the top of the screen.

    When the pop-up appears you can select which category and which social media platform you want the content to appear on. Then it’s a simple task of writing your post (or, if you still have a spreadsheet you can bulk upload!)

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    You can choose whether you want it to be a one-time only post or Evergreen content that will be recycled.

    Recycling Evergreen Content

    This was the selling point for me really.

    We all know how quickly social media newsfeeds move and, as a result, how important it is to share your updates and posts multiple times.

    On SmarterQueue you can write a post, select “Re-Queue After Posting” and that post will be looped around again and again in your queue. It’s kind of like the Looping feature on Boardbooster. No need to rewrite or copy and paste that post ever again!

    You can even choose how long you want that post to be re-queued. It can never expire or you can choose a set number of posting times or a date after which the post expires. How cool is that?

    Save Time Scheduling Social Media

    Finding Other People’s Content to Share

    A huge part of running a successful blog or business is about networking and sharing content from other people. I used to trawl through my favourite blogs to find articles that I could share with my audience and then add them to my calendar in Hootsuite.

    SmarterQueue makes this so much easier and, you can do it all from your SmarterQueue dashboard!

    You can find content from other people by using a search term or hashtag. Or you can let SmarterQueue suggest content for you. So, in the example below, I searched for “#bloggingtips” on Twitter which returned loads of results. Now all I have to do is scroll through and select which ones I want to share.

    Save Time Scheduling Social Media

    You can also instal the SmarterQueue browser extension which means that you can save content from anywhere online.

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    In Summary

    Skipped to the end of the post? Here’s what you missed:

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    • Invest in a tool like SmarterQueue to loop your evergreen content – set it and then forget it!
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