How to Use CoSchedule Without WordPress [Demo]
Everyone that has used CoSchedule with WordPress knows that the two work together seamlessly. Together, they help you promote and work on your blog posts with ease. However, the functionality in CoSchedule does not stop there.
What happens if you don’t work with WordPress?
CoSchedule is also great as an all-in-one solution for managing whatever type of marketing you and your team happen to do. That includes blogging on non-WordPress platforms.
Use CoSchedule’s team workflow and project management tools to plan and manage your email campaigns, feature launches, events, videos, webinars and more!
CoSchedule Is The Perfect Tool No Matter What You Do
- Social Media Manager: Use Social Campaigns to schedule all of your social media.
- Content Marketing Strategist: With our Content feature, you have all of the tools to plan and manage newsletters and webinars.
- Marketing Project Manager: Collaborate with your team to manage landing page launches, A/B testing designs for your website, or even create videos. Whatever your team does, you can manage it with the CoSchedule calendar.
What You’ll Learn In This Demo:
(4:00) Collecting Ideas – With CoSchedule’s calendar and draft bins, you can store and collect ideas for future content.
(5:05) Planning An Email Campaign
- (6:05) Color label your email campaigns or projects for easier calendar management.
- (6:45) Using Google Docs integration, task templates, and comments, you can manage any email campaign inside of CoSchedule.
- (9:29) Filter your team’s tasks on the calendar to see all of the projects your team members are working on for your email campaign.
(10:55) Plan And Promote An Event Or Live Demo
- (12:59) Create a Content post in CoSchedule to store ideas for your live demo and establish a workflow for your team.
- (14:25) Use Social Helpers to add your event or live demo’s URL to speed up your social promotion.
- (16:05) The Social Queue is the fastest way to promote your event to reach the maximum amount of viewers.