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A Web and Social Publishing Editorial Calendar For WordPress: CoSchedule

Robin Good's insight:

CoSchedule is a Wordpress plugin which allows anyone to draft, edit, schedule and organize an editorial posting calendar that integrates both full content and news articles management as well as all social media posts to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIN and Google+.

You can visually arrange, change, modify any post and plan exactly the date and time at which it will go out on a standard looking calendar.

A great helper for anyone needing to manage in an organized way blog posts as well as social media updates alone or in a distributed team.

Free 14-day trial. ($10/mo) - http://coschedule.com/pricing 

Try it out now: https://coschedule.com 

Features: http://coschedule.com/features 

More info: http://coschedule.com/write-a-review 

Check these reviews: 

Claudia Beggiato's curator insight, January 9, 2014 7:13 AM

Write ones and share : it's a fantastic way to save time.

Beth Kanter's curator insight, February 9, 2014 2:17 PM

Could be useful for blog schedule.

Scooped by Robin Good

Edit All Of Your WordPress Content In-Line with Barley for WordPress

Robin Good's insight:

Barley for Wordpress is a plugin that allows you to edit, modify and write new content directly on your article pages, and not via the typical backend posting interface.

With Barley you can edit any existing web page on your site by simply clicking where you want to edit and by typing. 

My comment: Fantastic tool for those who hate having to deal with tech side of web publishing and for those web designers who have such clients. Barley is also a full design and publishing platform.

Price: $12/year/site

WordPress Plugin: http://getbarley.com/editor/wp 

More info: http://getbarley.com/ 

Brad Tollefson's curator insight, December 1, 2013 5:27 PM

Mark it up for 12/year per site...