CoSchedule: More than Just Another Editorial Calendar Plugin

CoSchedule Editorial CalendarCoSchedule is often referred to as a glorified Editorial Calendar for your blog, but it is so much more than just an Editorial Calendar. It’s a blog and social media management tool that also helps with managing projects within a team when used in a group environment. It also provides analytics to help republish your most popular content.

It’s the perfect all-in-one marketing solution for people who love a consistent routine. And, it saves so much time if you’re manually managing social media accounts. In fact, I recently told someone how I figured that I could spend a workday scheduling all of my social media content for the month.

Trust me, that’s a lot of time saved. Social media used to wreak havoc on my schedule.

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So What Exactly is CoSchedule?

At its core, CoSchedule is a calendar. It can plug into your WordPress blog to function as a drag-and-drop Editorial Calendar. Moving and rescheduling posts is as easy as dragging them to another day and setting the time you want to publish your post.

But it’s not just for your blog!

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Lauren Bennight

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  • I would be lost without CoSchedule. I’ve been using it for about 3 years now, and it’s saved me tons of time and kept me on track with social posts much better than I used to be. Also, there’s a Chrome browser extension you can install that allows you to schedule other people’s posts on social as you’re browsing the web, and adding that share to your CoSchedule calendar.

    • Agreed! I only wish I would have found this sooner.

      I had been using it with Edge since my apps don’t generally work well with Chrome, but I did try that out. It definitely makes scheduling reshares a lot easier.

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