About Blog On Autopilot
Welcome to BlogOnAutopilot.com – a Blog that helps bloggers to add the right automation to their blogs and improve their workflow.
My name is Sean McCammon and I’ve been blogging for more years than I can count on 2 hands, and been using and creating Web pages for more years I can
count on both hands and both feet (there’s a thought).
Through all those years I’ve tried it all. I’ve looked for ways to automate my website creation and content. I’ve tried ways to automate all elements to do with websites that you could probably think of.
In that time I’ve learnt what works, what doesn’t and what you should definitely stay well clear of.
So, now I’m here to share that all with you…
Why Blog On Autopilot?
This site is dedicated to bloggers who, like me, don’t have the time to do everything. Sometimes it feels like I’m taking time away from one important task to do another. There are so many tasks that need to be completed, and completed well, that being able to learn how to automate some of the less important tasks is a necessity.
I’ve experimented and learnt what I can automate, and what I can not. That said, I am also constantly experimenting to see if I can automate more or better so that I can improve my personal blog sites.
I’ve also learnt what you should definitely not automate, and I want to share that with you too.
So, I created Blog On Autopilot to share the information I have, the information I learn and to help improve your workflow too.
Stay tuned and learn how to help your blog
So, why not stay tuned. Following some of the processes I detail will allow you to automate the less important tasks freeing up more time to blog. It will also show you what you should not automate – don’t fall into the traps and get penalised for doing the wrong things.
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Buckle up and prepare for the autopilot.