Click here to lean more about CoSchedule via their website.

A few friends sent me to CoSchedule recently and insisted that I check it out. I can’t believe I didn’t start using it sooner!

CoSchedule is a service that uses a WordPress plugin to schedule all of your posts for sharing on social media.  This sounded great, as I love productivity software.

Once I schedule a post to be published, I use the quick and easy calendar (located inside WordPress, and at the bottom of each post edit page) to set up my social media sharing strategy.

For instance, I typically publish my new videos on Monday and send them to my email subscribers. On Tuesday, I share with my Weddings by Heather Facebook page. On Wednesday I share via Twitter, and on Thursday I share on my personal Facebook page.

When I had to share manually, it took FOREVER! Besides that, I wasn’t consistent as I would sometimes forget to share on Twitter, or on my personal Facebook page.

This is a screenshot of the calendar.


I love the visual nature of CoSchedule, it has a really nice drag and drop interface for the calendar. It makes it easy for me to see when I might need to schedule posts, or move them around.

Click here to lean more about CoSchedule via their website.

Most importantly, IT HAS SAVED ME TIME. If you’ve watched any of my free videos, then you know that I value efficiency. I would much rather be working ‘on’ my business than ‘in’ my business.

You can connect your WordPress blog via CoSchedule to the following social media outlets:
Facebook – both your personal page and your business page
Google + via Buffer
Google Calendar
Google Tracking

Here is a quick video tour.

Naturally, I began with the free trial, but it was evident within the first fifteen minutes that this was a service I desperately needed. It can take a significant amount of time to manage all of our social media outlets and I am grateful for the CoSchedule service!

I also love data. And analytics. So I was really pleased to see the post activity stats page. It shows me where and how many times a post has been shared… that way I can determine if it might be a good idea to share again, or target a specific outlet.

Click here to get your free trial.

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