You regularly write great content for your blog, just as the experts recommend, but you’re not getting the results you expected. You’re finding it becoming difficult to maintain a consistent blog posting and social media sharing schedule, especially with multiple contributors on your blog. What can you do you improve?
In the world of content marketing, CoSchedule is one of those indispensable tools that helps to solve these problems.
CoSchedule helps you plan blog content with your team (or by yourself) in a beautiful editorial calendar that fits neatly within your WordPress admin screen and helps promote your content with a social media scheduling tool.
It compliments the content writing and promotion workflow so well and requires minimal effort to get started and see results.
Improved Blog Writing Workflow
For my own blog post planning and consistency, the editorial calendar feature has been awesome and really helps me to stay on top of what I want to write about. I can include tasks for my team to work on various elements of the post, such as drafting, proofreading, creating a featured image, adding links within the content and giving me feedback from right within the CoSchedule and from within WordPress. This helps us see how the post is progressing and gives us a consistent workflow, which is absolutely essential for publishing better posts. APA annotated bibliography maker is a useful tool as well.
CoSchedule fits in so nicely with our writing workflow and has helped us improve since the moment we started using it. But where CoSchedule really shines is in the social media scheduler.
Schedule Social Media While You Write
Did you know that you are more likely to increase your shares and social reach if you share the same post multiple times? Mosts posts that go viral aren’t usually a hit on the very first share, it’s a combination of great writing, a stroke of luck and a bit of strategy.
That should make sense and sound fairly straight forward. If this is something you are already doing then you’ll know how time consuming it is to do consistently for each blog post.
CoSchedule helps you automate this process by including a social media scheduler that helps you create multiple social media sharing messages to add to your social media queue. This works to keep promoting your blog posts at various intervals after it’s published and keep the traffic flowing to your site. It also gives you a quick summary of the overall popularity and social share count of your posts.
Sharing content multiple times has been proven to increase reach, engagement and in some cases led to posts going viral that only had a few interactions on the first shares.
If all this wasn’t enough, the CoSchedule blog and email list are packed full of awesome articles to help you improve your writing and blog post promotion. I don’t sign up for many mailing lists, but this one is so valuable that I read every article produced by founder Garrett Moon and the CoSchedule team.
Try CoSchedule for free for 14 days and see how you can use it to benefit your blog and your business.