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I’ve found that with WordPress, several of my posts get assigned to the wrong date.  Let me explain that my goal is to have a post out every day (calendar date) to increase traffic (though probably it’s just as important to get posts out at times during the day when they can be read and picked up by the majority of people) as well as to create a track-record, verifiable and searchable online of what I have posted online, with the goal of having a demonstrable track-record of research and passing along information in the industry.

Here’s what I’ve found—in order to stretch myself to get something online everyday, I have several times found myself making the effort to put a post out minutes to midnight, and even if I do—something interesting happens… Despite having been recorded immediately as posted on the desired day, I found returning to my blog, that it was actually recorded on the subsequent day, a sad (for me) disruption of my track record.

So, if you want to be safe, post your stuff well before the clock ticks over to the next day.  (Do this more than just a few minutes ahead.)

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