Using CoSchedule As a Content Calendar Tool

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With the ever-increasing importance of social media for business, building a strong digital presence for your business is crucial. Creating a social profile may be easy, but planning and keeping up with your content is time-consuming. A great way to stay on top of your content marketing strategy and content creation is through a content calendar.  There are many helpful tools available, but one of our favorites is CoSchedule.

CoSchedule is a content marketing tool that helps you plan content, manage social posts, and promote your business right from one place. CoSchedule offers many helpful features. Here are a few of our favorites:

  1. Works with or without WordPress. CoSchedule can act as a standalone content marketing tool, allowing you to plan and manage all of your marketing together. It also works with WordPress. You can sync your blog or website with CoSchedule, and easily schedule and publish the content you plan.Capture
  2. Allows you to plan ahead. CoSchedule saves you a lot of time by allowing you to create all of your content in one place. From blog posts to Twitter or Facebook messages, you can plan and publish all of your content at the same time. The tool makes it easy to plan weeks or months in advance, allowing you to stay on schedule, plan ahead, and remain connected with your audience. In addition, it also allows you to easily drag and drop blog content and any posts related to that content from one date to another. This means if something changes in your content plan, you don't have to go in and manually change the date of each connected post, helping save you time and keep your content strategy on track. Capture
  3. Keeps your team connected. CoSchedule allows you to not only schedule blog and social posts, but also lets you add event and notification reminders. This helps everyone on your team know what's going on at all times. The added ability to assign tasks to each other is especially helpful when several people are managing your content calendar and content marketing strategy. It's a well-designed tool to keep everyone on the same page and your content running smoothly. Capture

If you’re looking to plan and manage your content from one place, try out CoSchedule with this free trial. And if you’re ready to get started with an account of your own or want some help with your content, contact us. We’d love to help!

 

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