APP REVIEW :: COSCHEDULE

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An editorial calendar and social media strategy are both absolutely crucial for your blog your blog, as I discussed in this article.

If you have already started writing your blog, you may find that keeping up with all of these things and their associated tasks may be hard to keep straight.

Keeping organized might entail the use of a calendar app or a to-do app, or maybe you are the type of person who likes to have these things written out in an agenda or on post-its around your workspace. Any of these options will help you manage your daily/weekly/monthly tasks.

Some social media scheduling apps include Buffer and Hootsuite, but they only manage social media sharing.  

What if there was a place where you could address all of your organizational and scheduling needs all in one place?

Enter.. CoSchedule.

An app originally designed to integrate with WordPress, it now functions as a standalone content calendar for any and all marketing you are planning and its integrations seamlessly with WordPress, Google Docs, Evernote, Google Calendar, Google Analytics, Bitly, and Buffer. It works with all social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, and Google Plus.

CoSchedule helps you to easily create and manage your content, calendar and social media interactions with easy drag and drop functionality so that you never miss another deadline.

With CoSchedule’s workflow management, you can collaborate with your team to schedule tasks and ensure consistent published content.

Pricing for this app starts at $20/mo billed annually or month-to-month for their Solo Standard + Referral package. If you go with their Essentials plan, you’re looking $40/mo billed annually or $49 month-to-month. 

There are also plans available for your business needs that start at $60 billed annually.

I have used the app for several months and considered it to be an indispensable tool. I did have an issue with my WordPress backend while the app was installed that caused issues when I tried to scroll up or down, but I understand these kinks in the plugin have been ironed out now. I highly recommend Coschedule to anyone who is looking to take their blog seriously and are seeking to boost traffic through a social media strategy.

That should be each and every one of you, so sit up and take notice of CoSchedule!

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Allisonxo is a she/her identifying feminist from Toronto, Canada who is a lifelong crafter and lover of vegan food and thrifting.

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