Why I Love CoSchedule’s Marketing Calendar with Requeue

I can’t say enough about how much I love using CoSchedule. I have been using it for seven years and I cannot tell you how it has helped me with my blogging and social media, especially during the last year. The calendar still continues to help me organize my blog posts and tasks. The social media scheduler is a lifesaver! It is so convenient because I can schedule all of my social media posts at the same time that I am scheduling my content to be posted on the blog. I honestly cannot remember my blogging life before CoSchedule. It has my blog and social media accounts stay afloat even during this difficult year. All of the great features continue to help me stay organized and keep my content relevant and fresh on social media.

This post was written as part of the CoSchedule Referral Program. I do receive a credit on my account if you make a purchase through my referral link. I may also receive a discount on my current subscription for writing this review. However, all opinions expressed in this post are my own and are based on my own experiences with CoSchedule. Please read my disclosures for more information.


What is CoSchedule?

CoSchedule is an editorial calendar that helps you organize your posts and can even help automate your social media posts. You can create your blog posts, social media posts, and emails all in one place. CoSchedule also lets you sync all your favorite tools and social platforms. You can use CoSchedule with WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google Docs, MailChimp, Trello, and much more! You can easily and seamlessly create content and share it in a snap. After I create my posts in WordPress, I scroll down to the bottom of my post and the CoSchedule app is right there! I can easily schedule my social media posts right after finishing my blog post. Another great feature is the Best Time Scheduling feature. This feature spaces out your posts so that you can get the most out of your social media engagement.


My favorite part of CoSchedule is the ReQueue feature. ReQueue has helped me so much over the years. The ReQueue feature helps drive traffic to my blog when I’m taking a break from blogging or if I am unable to produce content for an extended period of time. I basically made a list of my Evergreen content and what social media platforms I want to share them on, along with the consistency of how often each post is to be shared and ReQueue does the rest! It fills in gaps in my social media schedule with the previously published content I specified so that I have optimal engagement throughout the day.

ReQueue items are shown in green

Plans and Pricing

CoSchedule offers two plans, the Marketing Calendar and the Marketing Suite.

Marketing Calendar (Billed Annually $29 per user / month or Billed Monthly $39 per user / month)

This plan is great for individuals and small teams. It includes:

Max Users 10
Included Social Profiles 10
Additional Social Profiles 5 for $15/mo

Real-Time Marketing Calendar
Task Management & Discussions
Email Marketing
Saved Calendar Views
Read-Only Shared Calendars
Task Templates

Social Publishing (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Tumblr)
Bulk Scheduling
Social Campaign Templates
Social Automation – ReQueue

Google Drive
Constant Contact
Campaign Monitor

Marketing Suite:

Includes all Marketing Calendar capabilities, plus:

Manage marketing requests
Automate team workflows
Sort your calendar by team
Store assets and files
Track team progress

If you are looking to organize and share your content in a easy and seamless way, CoSchedule has you covered. CoSchedule has been keeping me organized for many years and am thrilled with it. It has changed my life and the way that I blog and share my content. CoSchedule is worth every penny in my honest opinion. I cannot see how I could have made it through the last few years without it! If you want to give CoSchedule a try, check out their free trial!

If you want to learn more about how the CoSchedule calendar works, check out this short video:


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