For several months, I’ve been looking for a comprehensive social media scheduler as well as a blogging editorial calendar PLUS somewhere (in addition to Evernote) to keep track of post ideas. I tried about 10 different services including SocialPilot.Co, Buffer, HootSuite and a number of others but none of them really did everything I wanted.
Then one day when I was searching for blogging courses, I stumbled on CoSchedule. Not only does it let me post to all of my social media accounts, it’s also an editorial calendar AND it syncs with Evernote, has a WordPress plugin so it’s all in my website’s dashboard and in the event I ever need or want to add team members, it has that capability as well.
One of my intentions and themes for 2016 is writing more consistently – both on my blog and just in general. CoSchedule will help me manage that.
What else does CoSchedule do?
- Integrates with Google Docs, WordPress, Evernote, Bit.ly and more
- Has a Google Chrome extension that lets you save content right to your calendar
- Auto-posts to numerous social media accounts – comprehensive planning and scheduling
- Plus a whole lot more
Here’s a great overview of all of CoSchedule’s goodness. I think you’ll like it.
And they have awesome customer support, a free trial and awesome tutorials to get you started. The tutorials are quick yet jam packed with all you need to know as you can see from the video above (it’s just over 3 minutes if you haven’t watched it yet).
I began using CoSchedule in early December and have since upgraded to a full paid account. It’s one of the few tools I actually pay money for and highly recommend.
You can check it out using my link below. And yes, if you sign up using my link, I will get a referral fee. 8-)
Affiliate link – http://coschedule.com/r/33327
Check out the app and if you do, let me know what you think!