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Last year I made supervisor at my 9-5, and my blogging took a back seat. It was at the point where I was so busy taking over a new department that I found myself blogging once a month if that. My readers were hitting me up like “where ya at”? That is when I realized that I needed to step it up. I’ve been paying for CoSchedule for six months and not using it. Really made no sense.

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CoSchedule is a WordPress editorial calendar that allows you to schedule your posts, social media, team tasks, all from inside WordPress or on their web app. Whether you’re solo or have a team, the editorial calendar is the bomb.

I’m going to give you quality content on my blog. CoSchedule helps me

  • Promoting content on different social media platforms
  • Developing content
  • Brainstorming ideas
  • Analytics
  • Time management

The price will fit your pockets. There are several different plans for solo or teams. The prices range from $15 – $60 a month or annual with a discount. If you’re wondering what I pay, it’s $15 a month.

I see this quote on Instagram all the time.

Don’t work 8 hours for a company then go home and not work on your own goals. You’re not tired, you’re uninspired.

I’m a working mom. I work 10 hours days. When I get off I feel guilty about blogging after I pick my daughter up from school. So I wait until her bedtime to start. Some nights I’m tired and uninspired. Some nights I start and don’t finish my content.  For the past two months I’ve been constantly using CoSchedule and I fell in love. With writing a blog post, editing pictures, and social media, it would take me two and half hours. Now I’m knocking them out in an hour. I’mont cutting into my family time and I’m getting more sleep.

Well because I’m a working mom so being on the computer all day is not ideal for me. CoShedule lets me stay on track while extremely cutting my time down. I don’t feel like going from tab to tab to post and schedule. It’s time-consuming, and I lose my fizz. They just started an automation program that plans your best blog content for you. I’m about to check out that free trail.

Want to see if CoSchedule is right for you? Click here for a 14-day free trial.

Pricing

Compatibility

Build a seamless workflow from creation to execution by syncing all your favorite tools into one place.

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My Dashboard

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Links to CoSchedule Blog. They always have goodies on there.

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My October Calendar (I’m bringing that fire lol)

Build the perfect social schedule (directly in your calendar). Stop wasting time jumping from one tool to the next — keep your social + content in one place.

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Create Tasks

Keep everyone on the same page with clear directives. Never wonder “who’s doing what” or “where you are” in a project.

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Social-Queue

See Your Entire Marketing Schedule At A Glance Get a bird’s eye view with CoSchedule’s drag and drop calendar. Plan months at a time. Easily fill the gaps in your schedule. And build a (solid plan) for all your content + social promotion.

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1 Comment on CoSchedule Calendar = Getting Sh!t Done (Free 14 Day Trial Inside)

  1. Ryan
    11 October, 2016 at 4:58 pm (10 months ago)

    Hi Katie,
    Thanks for that awesome CoSchedule review! I’m glad it’s working out so well for you!

    Happy CoScheduleing!

    Reply

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