May 7 Posted 2 years ago
Great post! A good editorial calendar should be able to publish to social media sites. It should work with Twitter and Facebook because that’s where your customers hang out. Even better, it should combine content curation with content creation. Namely, it should be very easy to curate content, but also very easy to integrate with existing blogging platform like WordPress.
ContentDJ has a good social media calendar(http://bit.ly/1nq15fC). It integrates with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Wordpress. Each social account is color coded. You can drag and drop to schedule posts.
The tool also helps you find the most shareable content to publish.
Jan 30 Posted 3 years ago
Very useful article Pam. Thank you Julie for the additional info.
Nov 18 Posted 3 years ago
CoSchedule looks like a cool tool -- thanks for sharing!
Nov 14 Posted 3 years ago
Great post, Pam. Editorial calendars are so vital to successful content marketing. In the process of building CoSchedule, a WordPress social media editorial calendar, we created some editorial calendar templates to help users get the hang of the concept, much like you've described here. I'm pleased to see this new focus on how bloggers are planning their content. It bodes well for blogging.
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