Reposting Done Easy

Imagine this scenario: You’re an independent fashion consultant (LuLaRoe, Jamberry, etc) and you use social media to host your online sales by posting your inventory to albums. Most likely your inventory rarely changes, so you end up posting the same media, at the same time, several days a week.

While scheduling your posts with Publer, or even saving them as Drafts does save you time. The fact that you still have to do manually scheduling is time-consuming. This is where Publer’s Reposting Superpower comes into rescue.


After you create your post, simply click the Schedule button and select the Recycle mode. Make sure you have already created some timeslots. Select the days and times you want your post to be published, as well as the duration of the Recycle.

That was it! Publer will automatically publish that post on the days and times selected every week … or for the number of weeks selected! No more repetitive scheduling and unnecessary uploads. Let Publer do that for you!

How to View, Edit and Delete Recycling posts

You can view your reposts by visiting the Posts page and clicking the ‘Recycling‘ option. This tab will list all the recycling posts created by you for all the social accounts on your dashboard. To view reposts for a specific social account, click that account’s icon. This tab will list reposts by you as well as reposts by other users for that social account.

When viewing the scheduled posts for a specific day, you will also see the reposts that are being automatically published for that day. This will help you have a better idea of the posts that are being published on that day.

Repost Duration

Your post will be automatically published for the duration selected. If for example you select “Two Weeks”, your post will be automatically published on the days and times selected for the next two weeks. Keep in mind that the week starts on the day you’re currently at. So if it’s currently Wednesday and you tell Publer to publish your post on Monday and Friday for the next two weeks, your post will be published for the first time that upcoming Friday. Next time on Monday, then Friday and for the last on Monday.

Once the repost duration is over, the recycling post will be automatically deleted. If on the other hand, you don’t Pause it, your post will continue to be published on the days and times selected every week until you manually pause/delete it.

What Kind Of Posts Can I Repost

Anything except offers. Because offers come with an expiration date, it is impossible to make sure that each posted offer will have a valid expiration date.

Does This Come With The Free Version

Unfortunately, no. Reposting comes only with Publer Aurum, starting at $19.99/month.

My Repost Wasn’t Published, But I Don’t See Any Failed Posts

We’re currently not keeping track of failed reposts due to their complex nature. We hope to do so in the near future.

While we took as an example the most common scenario (based on user’s feedback), recycling comes handy in many situations. Suppose you’re hosting an event on the weekend and you want to remind your fans/members every other day of the week. Or suppose you want to post an interesting article or a product more than once. Or let’s say you want to wish your fans good morning every day. The scenarios are plentiful! Schedule your first post with Publer or share this Blog Post with your friends. Try Publer Now

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