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Now you can schedule your posts in advance if you are using Blogger.
WordPress had that functionality for quite a while.
I congratulate Blogger for the innovation for a good reason — whenever I had WordPRess blogs they’ve been assaulted without mercy by comment spammers.
With Blogger, knock on wood, that has never been an issue and I’m using Blogger since year 2000. I hope one day WordPress developers will also learn how to protect their bloggers against such nuisance.
Something new — if you’re looking for an HTML editor which has a built-in advance scheduling function, try Xsite Pro 2.0. It is the only HTML editor I know (not Dreamweaver, not GoLive) which allows you to schedule your web pages in advance and publishes them according to your schedule. Indexing robots love that time-release stuff.