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By far, one of the best features of CoSchedule is its ability to plug seamlessly into WordPress. When you use CoSchedule in tandem with WordPress, CoSchedule has the ability to update WordPress with your changes in real time. This has the potential to save you immense amounts of time, in addition to providing you the convenience of seeing all of your posts in an interface about a billion times more elegant than WordPress is able to offer.
In an effort to begin building our knowledge base articles for CoSchedule, I wanted to detail the simple steps required to connect your blog to WordPress. And for those visual learners out there (like me), I’ve made a short video you can watch.
You may now use CoSchedule by visiting app.coschedule.com or directly through your WordPress admin panel. Now how handy is that?
Keep in mind that I’m hosting regular CoSchedule demo webinars if you’d like to see a few CoSchedule features in action. Those webinars are about 15 minutes long, so they are very brief in order to fit within your busy schedule. You can sign up for one of those here. I’m also happy to give one-to-one demos with you or your team if you prefer that. Just shoot me an email at [email protected] to set that up. I love meeting and connecting with users, so don’t be a stranger!
Of course, if you ever need help with anything, you can also always reach us at [email protected] or in the comments below. Thanks for watching!
September 25, 2013
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