How to Create an Editorial Calendar for your Blog

by Ian Cleary
Without a blog editorial calendar in place, you will find it very hard to deliver regular, varied content that is relevant to the needs of your audience. You will also have difficulty selling your products or services, because you need to plan out the content to sync up with your product launch, sales etc.Read the full article

Editorial Calendar For WordPress

Finally there is an all-in-one editorial calendar for WordPress. In this video we share the top five features of CoSchedule, the new all-in-one social media editorial calendar for WordPress. 1) Social Media While You Blog One of the most amazing features of CoSchedule is that you can create your social media messages while you blog. Social messages are customized for all of your networks, and then sent in the future once your blog post goes live. This is a huge way to bring consistent traffic to your blog. 2) A Visual Way To Plan You Content So many bloggers have told me that they just want to "see everything in one place." Well, CoS makes this easy, by placing your blog posts and your social media messages on a unified drag-and-drop calendar. Now, you can finally visualize your blog for the first time. 3) Keep Your Team In The Loop The job of an editor has often been compared to herding cats.Well, no more. CoSchedule allows you to assign tasks to your team and keep them on track. It also facilities conversation and issues reminder notifications when necessary. Imagine what would happen if your team finally had a usable workflow. 4) The All-In-One Publishing Solution CoSchedule is all about putting your most valuable tools in one place. We integrated with the most important social networks, including Buffer and Google+ and put them into WordPress -- the worlds most popular publishing platform. Now, all of your tools are in one place for the first time. 5) Save a ton of time, gain more traffic. Obviously you can save a ton of time with CoSchedule. Most of our users tell us that they blog more, schedule more social media messages, and get more traffic. The Bottom line, CoSchedule makes you a better blogger. Save time and grow traffic by scheduling blog posts and social media on a unified drag and drop editorial calendar for WordPress.