How to Schedule a Month of Posts for Facebook and Instagram

We all want to save time when it comes to creating and schedule posts for our Facebook page and Instagram accounts.

Lately, I’ve become obsessed with finding a quicker way to come up with ideas and create content not only for myself, but also for my clients.

I’ve tried different methods in the past, but lately I felt like I wasn’t getting the results I wanted. So I attended a webinar by Jasmine Star and loved her fresh approach to creating and scheduling posts in a month.

Truth be told, what she said wasn’t entirely new to me, but I did like her fresh approach to the process. So I’m going to share with you what I’ve learned, how I’ve used this approach, and the results I’ve been getting.

My current results have been incredible! I have seen an increase in engagement on my posts.

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Scheduling a Month of Posts for Facebook and Instagram

Here is the video replay of the webinar I hosted recently for my clients.

Here is a summary of what was discussed in the webinar.

  • How to create 30 posts in a day – the category and caption formula method
  • What type of posts get reactions – I showed examples from my recent posts
  • Where to get images for your posts – I like using
  • Q&A Session from attendees

Note: You can use a third-party platform like, or to schedule your Facebook and Instagram posts. However, I’ve been using the Creator Studio inside the Facebook Publishing Tool to schedule all my Facebook and Instagram content. You can find the Publishing Tools at the top of your Page. From the column on the left, click Published Posts, Scheduled Posts or Drafts to see who published, scheduled or drafted Page posts. You can also see who published or scheduled posts in your Page’s activity log

In Conclusion

Creating a month of posts (or 30 posts) for your Facebook and Instagram account doesn’t have to be hard. Once you know how you’ll categorize your posts, and the photos you’ll want to use, you’ll be halfway done.

So, will you try these tips? Have these tips worked for you? Let me know in the comments below.