This plugin connects to CoSchedule, a team content marketing editorial calendar. Send unlimited social messages with each blog post.
I'll change my review when you make this free. If not, take it out of the repository. This repository is for free plugins.
I've tried many editorial calendar and social scheduling plugins and tools and this one is the best. You can schedule it all right from the post. The best time to write up the posts for your social networks is when the information is fresh in your mind. I write up my posts and then schedule several posts for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+. I can schedule them for weeks out.
Then I look at the calendar and days where I have no social media posts scheduled, I will schedule older posts to bring them back to life.
Customers service is also very helpful and they have personally contacted me several times. There is a real dedication to the project and to bloggers. It's obvious they listen to their customers too.
It does just what it says and it does it elegantly and without fuss. Puts all your calendar items for blog posts and social media supporting posts, tweets, etc in one easy to see location. It's absolutely great!
I've been using CoSchedule for about a month now, and it is making my content marketing so much simpler to manage. Love the design and intuitive nature. Also appreciate that I can log in to my site or to CoSchedule directly to work on what I have going on.
I've been using CoSchedule for the past month and have been so thrilled by its intuitive design, effective team communication feature, fantastic support, and time-saving ability.
Ever since I have started using your plugin for writing and scheduling my content, my life has been so much better. It helps me not only schedule my blog and send it out via the social networks. I can even get them scheduled out the next week and beyond.
I found Co-Schedule by Googling while searching for a solution like the WordPress Editorial Calendar plugin but that also could handle social media. I'd never seen anything like it before but that's what I wanted -- everything in one place. And then I found Co-Schedule. It was too good to be true: the plugin wasn't released yet. I joined the mailing list and when it came out a few weeks later, grabbed the free trial immediately.
I actually let the trial expire because I wasn't updating my website(s) regularly. A month or so later, I finally took the plunge and am completely happy. In fact, I'm using it on two sites and am about to start using it on a third. I use it on my personal site, I use it on the website for a project that my friend and I run together, and I'm about to start using it at work where we'll need a bunch of users and permissions. It's flexible enough that I can use it lots of different ways while being focused enough to do what it does well.
I'm stoked this exists! And is affordable!
I love this editorial calendar because it lets me schedule my posts and my social media around the post. I can visualize whats happening and when with this calendar. So I can see when I'm sending out to much or not enough in 1 spot. Not just blindly guessing or having to look in multiple places.
Using latest version of wordpress, with only a few plugins activated, I couldn't get it to work properly. The problem seems to lie in CoSchedule's 'getting started' mode. It just froze, and there was no way to get past or around that. Wouldn't recommend either the plugin or the service.
Nice idea of the plugin, but this version is only for 14 days free.
Otherwise you need to pay $10 each month.
I don't know, why there's a need of a monthly plan instead of buying the plugin just for ONE time.
I use a lot of premium WP plugins, but I purchased them for $20 or $30 one time, and not as monthly plans. Purchasing one time is okay, but monthly plans not.
The other thing I don't like, is the weird - and annoying - view within my WordPress in an iframe - also not necessary and the double scrolling is annoying.
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