Share your blog posts more than one time on social media.
Howdy blogger, my intro’s familiar, right? I bet it is if you’ve been reading popular blogs. Especially if you’re familiar with how “evangelist” Guy Kawasaki uses social media. I’m doing exactly that and I use CoSchedule.
Why Use CoSchedule?
That’s why I use CoSchedule, because it integrates seamless with WordPress as a lightweight plugin, working in the background as (my unpaid) social media manager!
But I have other specific reasons why I use CoSchedule and it’s why I’m doing this review to help you settle for nothing less if you want your blog posts to be available on the various channels where you engage, even when you are unavailable! See?
3 Specific Reasons I Use CoSchedule
1. Share Number Goal:
Numbers on share buttons of posts are social proof. They tell people, “200 persons have read this, what about you?”
I have a goal to make share count on each piece of content (including my aboutpage) no less than 100 a couple days after publishing. How do I get there?
You guessed right.
But here’s how I do it. I pick word parts and lines in each post I believe make good headlines. Then at my CoSchedule Calendar, I schedule each to post at several days apart.
CoSchedule makes that so easy in just a couple of minutes I’ve finished scheduling shares three months ahead. Yes, three months!
2. Come to Social to Be Social:
I’ve once tweeted our shares should go ahead of us on social media. Then when we come over, we’re not here to post. But to engage with people. To be social.
Having a tool doing the posting for me (remember I said “unpaid social media manager?”) allows me time to just be social on Twitter, where I enjoy hanging out.
I’m having fun. Then I scroll through my TL, my own “tweets,” too, flash like others. I nod smiling, “this CoSchedule thing’s working, y’know!”
3. Don’t Replace My Evernote!
You know I’m a fanboy of Evernote’s, right? I’m becoming one, too, of CoSchedule’s! You see, I never want to write anywhere else but Evernote!
Would I copy/paste and reformat my writing from Evernote to WordPress afterward? Nope! Who has all that time? The Promise of CoSchedule is “save a ton of time.” It sure does.
My Evernote is already integrated with CoSchedule. Once I finish writing I just pull and it converts everything into native WordPress for a few more tweaks.
There you have it, how I share more but save time blogging using CoSchedule.
Just one more. Because I told you I use CoSchedule, they’re discounting my usage 50% a whole year! How awesome is that?
If you try CoSchedule, and love it (guaranteed), and review it like I just did, the bonus is yours!