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CoSchedule is a project management solution built as a planning solution for marketing teams.https://dudodiprj2sv7.cloudfront.net/product-logos/SD/GS/MJXODTOH2UXG.png<$100/mo very well spent for content, editorial or marketing teamsUsed across our whole content organization for the maintenance of an editorial/content/marketing calendar. Perfectly fulfills that function.,Great as an organizational tool. Direct sync with Wordpress. Really, really slick interface.,Tough to see more than one month at once.,9,No clear ROI - it's just a workflow improvement product. But tons of time/utility cost saved for very little money.Bulk Social Media Scheduling Made EasyCoSchedule is our primary social sharing tool. We use it to manage, schedule, and measure our content sharing across our social channels. The key advantage has been creating a schedule before content is published. We used to use Buffer exclusively, but found we had to scramble the day an article was published to load up future schedules. This allows us to create and manage the sharing content on our own terms and schedules.,Pre-scheduling social media shares before content is published Calendar view to clearly see what's going out, when Metrics on what content is doing well, and easy to repost top performing posts,Would like to replicate some of the functionality of Buffer (sharing other content easily from multiple sources) to consolidate our marketing calendar in one place.,9,CoSchedule saves us at least 2 hours a week in admin for social scheduling our own content.,Hootsuite Pro and Buffer,Pardot, Salesforce.comCoSchedule has a lot more than scheduling and collaborationWe are just finishing the trial period with CoSchedule. It is used by the marketing department and SMEs who review content that I or others have posted. Our problem was collaboration of content with the SMEs in particular and to a lesser degree internally with the marketing team. For those who create images, web forms and other digital assets, CoSchedule is great for assigning tasks. It also has workflow templates you can customize for your various processes such as email campaign, blog post, video production and so on.One feature they DO NOT promote very well is the fact that you can create content in a content editor and then convert it to a Wordpress blog post. This is a real plus if your aren't sure your content is going to survive to become a blog post.,Calendar is dynamic and has color coding for event types (Wordpress blog, raw content, video, images etc.) Can create content in a WSIWYG editor and convert to Wordpress, HTML or PDF Integrates nicely with Wordpress (you have to do editing in WP) and also carries dashboard information on the WP post. Also integrates with other CMS solutions,Previewer of WP content in CoSchedule would be a plus Better documentation of features, how they actually work Suggest possibly more than two levels of participant - User, Guest seems limiting,8,Probably too early to tell for certain but it is definitely value priced right now. Fully developed content management platforms are running in $15-$20k per year range and more. You can get into a CoSchedule solution for $ Team has found it easy to sign on and review tasks so this is a big time saver. More could be done to enable Guests easier access to content they need to review It's way faster that other scheduling apps we have tried. The fact that it runs on a cloud based app or inside your Wordpress app is a real plus. Auto save feature also means you don't have to remember to save your content.,Crescendo,WordPress, Yoast Wordpress SEO Plugins
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August 29, 2017

CoSchedule Review: "<$100/mo very well spent for content, editorial or marketing teams"

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Used across our whole content organization for the maintenance of an editorial/content/marketing calendar. Perfectly fulfills that function.
  • Great as an organizational tool.
  • Direct sync with Wordpress.
  • Really, really slick interface.
  • Tough to see more than one month at once.
Best tool for the money for easy and efficient maintenance of content or editorial calendar.
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February 16, 2017

CoSchedule Review: "Bulk Social Media Scheduling Made Easy"

Score 9 out of 10
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CoSchedule is our primary social sharing tool. We use it to manage, schedule, and measure our content sharing across our social channels. The key advantage has been creating a schedule before content is published. We used to use Buffer exclusively, but found we had to scramble the day an article was published to load up future schedules. This allows us to create and manage the sharing content on our own terms and schedules.
  • Pre-scheduling social media shares before content is published
  • Calendar view to clearly see what's going out, when
  • Metrics on what content is doing well, and easy to repost top performing posts
  • Would like to replicate some of the functionality of Buffer (sharing other content easily from multiple sources) to consolidate our marketing calendar in one place.
Bulk scheduling blog content
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March 18, 2016

Review: "CoSchedule has a lot more than scheduling and collaboration"

Score 8 out of 10
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We are just finishing the trial period with CoSchedule. It is used by the marketing department and SMEs who review content that I or others have posted. Our problem was collaboration of content with the SMEs in particular and to a lesser degree internally with the marketing team. For those who create images, web forms and other digital assets, CoSchedule is great for assigning tasks. It also has workflow templates you can customize for your various processes such as email campaign, blog post, video production and so on.

One feature they DO NOT promote very well is the fact that you can create content in a content editor and then convert it to a WordPress blog post. This is a real plus if your aren't sure your content is going to survive to become a blog post.

  • Calendar is dynamic and has color coding for event types (WordPress blog, raw content, video, images etc.)
  • Can create content in a WSIWYG editor and convert to WordPress, HTML or PDF
  • Integrates nicely with WordPress (you have to do editing in WP) and also carries dashboard information on the WP post. Also integrates with other CMS solutions
  • Previewer of WP content in CoSchedule would be a plus
  • Better documentation of features, how they actually work
  • Suggest possibly more than two levels of participant - User, Guest seems limiting
Great for blog content and for collaboration, but less so perhaps for content development in other areas such as web pages, brochures/collateral, video scripts and digital asset development. Guests/light users do not like the fact that they have to log onto WordPress to see or comment on draft blog posts. Single sign on for those doing content reviews but not actual editing is desirable.
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CoSchedule Scorecard Summary

Feature Scorecard Summary

Task Management (2)
10.0
Resource Management (1)
7
Scheduling (3)
9.5
Workflow Automation (3)
8.7
Team Collaboration (3)
8.5
Document Management (1)
7
Mobile Access (1)
1

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CoSchedule is a project management solution built as a planning solution for marketing teams.
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