Monday, March 28, 2022 · 2 min read

Online scheduling with Substack

Assantewa Heubi
Assantewa HeubiContent Creator
Online scheduling with Substack

Use Substack with Cal.com

Substack is a publishing platform for storytellers of all types, from comic book artists to citizen journalists and lifestyle bloggers. Substack helps creators connect with their audience. One of the things that makes Substack unique is that it functions as both a blog and a newsletter. This makes it easy for readers to subscribe to their favourite authors and have posts delivered directly to their email inbox. Additionally, Substack supports paid memberships, allowing creators to monetize their work and earn a living.

Whether you're an artist, a real estate agent, a librarian or a religious leader, having a substack is a great way to broaden your reach and cement your position as a thought leader. Having a well-received Substack can lead to further opportunities for growth, such as sponsorships and motivational speaking gigs. But things like this don't happen overnight, and they always involve some form of networking. As you know, life online has a funny way of mirroring life offline. So, it's no surprise that networking on Substack often involves a lot of back and forth and comparison of schedules.

This is where Cal.com comes in and makes life easier. From interviews to brainstorming sessions, and sponsorship meetings with Cal, scheduling is a piece of cake. Instead of juggling emails and messages like their tennis balls, Subtackers can simply share their personalized Cal.com link. Cal is an open scheduling platform that supports video calling, and integrates with your current digital calendar. Cal.com circumvents stressful scheduling fiascos by ensuring that you're never double-booked.

Here's How you can use cal.com with Substack

Instructions for Adding Cal.Com to your publication homepage.

  • Log into substack

  • Go to settings

  • Click on publication dashboard

  • Now go to application settings

  • Scroll down to publication details

  • Click on the word edit right beside recommended links

  • Click on add new link

  • Add a title; for example, let's chat

  • Add a subtitle; for example, click here

  • Create or select group

  • You could name your group want to be featured

  • Finally click add link

Cal makes it easy to book appointments, interviews, and network across the digital divide.

Cal.com is now FREE for individuals - sign up here

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