This plugin connects to CoSchedule, a team content marketing editorial calendar. Send unlimited social messages with each blog post.
This works brilliantly for what I need. I know it is a little pricey but it works great with buffer, FB, and Twitter.
I'm usually not a person for online editorial calendars, but the social media scheduling was what did me in. I love that I can schedule all my social media posts at once and never have to worry about it again!
I like it. Gives an overview of all posts (schedule) and easy gives the power to connect tweets and other social networks to it and schedule all messages connected to the article launch. I'm a fan but I wished that was a better workflow in it that would make the content creation process easier...
If you have a team working on a WordPress blog, this is the editorial calendar you want to use. No need for those nasty spreadsheets any more - everything is inside your backend. I especially love the support of Buffer.
Also, I recommend the service personnel as well. They are very quick and helpful.
As of this version, CoSchedule is not fully compatible with touch devices, such as the iPad, which is a bummer and the reason for only four stars in my review.
I have tried them all: Buffer, Post Planner, Hoot Suite and more. Co-Schedule is the only all-in-one solution that has worked for me.
I would have given it 5 stars but it is still quirky. As someone else mentioned, it is annoying to have to continually sign in. Not only that, sometimes the sign in does not take so I have to re-try.
The other thing is that it is SLOW and does not have the ability to set up recurring posts/messages.
Even with these quirks, I love love love it!
This plugin has saved me so much time. I love it!! I would have given 5 stars if I didn't have to sign into it every time I used the calendar on WordPress. I wish there was a way to save your password.
Functional, easy, and productive!
One of my editors assigns work through coschedule, it's nice and effective. I can see how it is useful when dealing with multiple writers working on the same blog. It helps him keep track of who is doing what and helps us make sure we are all able to get articles to work on (since we get paid by the article). It's effective for what we need it to do.
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