Postable allows bloggers to write in Google Docs and export their final draft to WordPress in one-click.

What’s the big deal about this? Seems like one extra step to take.

I started drafting my WordPress posts in Google Docs in order to collaborate on projects. But the thing that caught me by surprise was Google’s “Research” function, which allows you to search Google’s omnibar to obtain the relevant research.

  • Quality of research is extremely high – surprisingly, it has also been able to yield better search results than yielded better search results from  Google’s regular search.
  • Ability to quotes “snippets” from third party articles
  • Add citations each time you reference another publication / writer

1. Write in Google Docs

Write as you normally would. Use the built in headings to correspond exactly to <h1>, <h2>, <h3>,… header tags in WordPress.

Bold, italics, bullets, images, no problem.

Plus you can comment, track changes, and use Google Docs to collaborate — Postable doesn’t care.


2. Click Export in Postable

When you’re ready, you’ll see it in Postable. You don’t even have to search for it, we’ll show you the last 10 files you edited automatically.

Just hit export and let us work our magic.

3. It’s Ready in WordPress

Head over to WordPress and check out your post. Make any final adjustments you want and hit publish.



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