2 Minute Tip: Using CoSchedule
This 2-Minute Tip is all about CoSchedule, and I have a quick walk-through to help you get started. I’ll also go over the “why” regarding CoSchedule as an editorial calendar and so much more if you’re wondering why it might be something you’d need.
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CoSchedule For small business owners and bloggers
I believe passionately in how much easier CoSchedule makes a small business owner or blogger’s life—got a team? You need CoSchedule. Want to streamline your social media? Use CoSchedule.
After months of seeing how CoSchedule has made running my quickly-growing small business much easier and more organized, I recommend them to everyone.
So while we might get a small fraction of pennies if you click our link, I want you to know that this application can make things faster and more streamlined. In fact, for more tips on managing it all as a small business owner, blogger, or mompreneur, be sure to check out our podcast archives.
In Short, CoSchedule is excellent for managing your blog posts, planning and scheduling your content, and being your all-in-one content calendar.
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The Best Parts of CoSchedule:
- You can manage your team with notes, blog posts, social media posts, and task lists.
- Color coding! (I love color coding.)
- You schedule your social media posts right in the post-draft itself. You can even set up social media posts to automatically go out months later. Taking the stress out of your social media plan.
- Your entire team can see the calendar – but you can keep things private.
The NC Bloggernetwork team and I are big fans of CoSchedule, and it’s reasonably priced. Time is money, and you are worth the investment.
Allison Barrett Carter is a writer who shares how to live a traditional life and still have great family adventures on her website – The Family Trip Online.