Alternative products to CoSchedule

9 alternative and related products to CoSchedule

CoSchedule

Social Media Editorial Calendar for WordPress

9 Alternatives to CoSchedule

Schedule and automatically repeat posts on social media

OneUp 2.0 is a tool to schedule and automatically recycle your evergreen content on social media.

OneUp works with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Google+, and can be used for both one-time posts and evergreen posts.

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Shamit Khemka
Shamit Khemka- M.D. - SynapseIndia
It allows you to - - Add social media post - Select the interval and frequency of automatic recycling - Post it now or schedule for the future
Raven Douglas
Raven Douglas- Experience & Design Advocate
Although lacking in the "modern, sleek" design category, it is a very functional tool. I haven't used it for a long time, but I have used it enough to know it's easily in top my 3 solutions for Social media scheduling/management. I'd give this a big thumbs-up.
Shamit Khemka
Shamit Khemka- M.D. - SynapseIndia
I'm consistently vouching for it as it enabled me to upgrade my social media profiles with great efficiency.
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Medium
In this day and age, social media marketing is one of the easiest ways for your brand to stand out amongst competitors and to reach a wider audience. Maintaining an active presence on the major social networks, from Instagram to Facebook and beyond, is virtually a necessity for any business that wants to become an industry leader while engaging with its pote… See more
6 Alternatives to OneUp 2.0

Collaborate, schedule & seed your articles omnichannel

StoryChief.io is an Editorial Software for B2B Content Marketing and Editorial teams who want to collaborate better on rich articles and want to seed multi-channel in seconds.

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Brik De Maeyer
Brik De Maeyer- co-founder storychief.io
StoryChief allows you to reach more people with your articles, podcasts and videos
Kevin Gilbert
Kevin Gilbert- Owner, Koinology
Based on your description, I think this will fit the bill perfectly for you, if you're still looking. It has a place to include an editorial brief for each story. It is fully collaborative, allowing you to invite multiple users/collaborators and give each one a different role with different privileges. It tracks who made what edits and allows for you to reve… See more
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Storychief
Duplicate content is a natural and inevitable byproduct in this age of content creation and distribution. Content marketing is the new gold, and any good content marketer will publish their story to as many channels as they can to reach the largest audience possible. This is where duplicate content and SEO issues arise.
Medium
The tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears is world-renown, passed down, and has been rewritten countless times. It's also been translated into a great many languages since its first official publication in 1837. In short, Goldilocks has been around.
Medium
Historically, revisionist history has gotten a bad rap and maybe deservedly so  - case in point in the tweet below. There are those who will forever be in pursuit of denial disguised as their pursuit of the truth, and vice versa. Which begs the question of whether or not Mark Twain actually uttered the line about denial in the first place...
Storychief
Today has got to be one of the most long-awaited days of reckoning, at least since Y2K, by way of the GDPR: the General Data Protection Regulation . It affects any business who processes the personal data of data subjects residing in the EU, regardless of the company's location or where said data is processed.
Storychief
After two nights of drinking and debauchery in Finland, the gang at Story Chief charged on to The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam. We were among the 15,000 attendees last week-interns and all. TNW 2018 took over Westerpark's cultural complex-Westergasfabriek. The space was transformed into an "ecosystem of technology agents driving business innovation"-not … See more
10 Alternatives to StoryChief.io

Marketing/editorial calendar for startups and small business

An editorial calendar & content planner that's easy to use. Build a marketing plan with content by date and channel - blog, video, email newsletter, podcast, events, etc. Invite your team to collaborate. And link each project to MailChimp, Google Analytics, Buffer, etc. to automatically track topline analytics such as pageviews and email opens.

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Alison Harris
Alison Harris- founder, PlanITPDQ
If you're looking for an easy way to track performance of your content, might I suggest PlanITPDQ? You can plan your content by channel on a calendar, and link each project to YouTube, Google Analytics, Buffer, MailChimp, etc. to see performance at a glance.
Alison Harris
Alison Harris- founder, PlanITPDQ
Hey Josh - just listed PlanITPDQ on Product Hunt (takes a bow) so I thought I'd send you the link. Also, here is a blog post that outlines some tips. Good luck! https://planitpdq.com/how-to-bui...
9 Alternatives to PlanITPDQ
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