Did you know that it’s not possible to schedule a post using Google My Business directly? Luckily, here comes NapoleonCat. ;-) With our Publisher, you can plan your posts ahead in the calendar and publish them whenever you want to. Keep on reading to see how easy it is to schedule and publish a post.

Go to the Calendar and click on the “+” icon to create a new post.

You are now in your post creator - select a Google My Business location you wish to post to.

Let’s start with creating the content of your post - you can enter text, add emojis and an image. For images, you can adjust the ratio.

On the right-hand side, there is a preview of the post you are creating.

You can choose between three types of posts: What’s new, Event and Offer. For each, there are different options with different features to fill in. They work the same in NapoleonCat as they do on Google My Business.

With What’s new you can inform your clients about a new product, for example. You can add a CTA button and a link.

With Event you can inform your clients about any kinds of events, like discounts. You can set the time period or create an all-day-long event. You can also add a CTA button followed by a link.

With Offer you can add a voucher code, a link to redeem the offer, terms and conditions.

Once you are done creating your post you can choose to schedule it or publish it right away. If you want to schedule it for later, click the date, choose the day on the calendar, and set the time. If you’re not ready, you can always just save it as a draft and come back to editing in the future.

As for the internal organization of your work, you can assign other team members to specific posts, so that they can also work on them.

There is also an option to add subscribers who will be notified of any changes made to the post.

Another nice option helping you organize your content is adding internal titles and color-coded labels that will be visible in the general Calendar view.

You can also have internal discussions with other team members below the post preview. Sharing and receiving feedback has never been easier :-)

Take a look at the short video below that explains the whole process of publishing to Google My Business using the NapoleonCat Publisher:

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