CoSchedule by Todaymade
After I blew through the free trial, I let CoSchedule expire, thinking that the price was not worth what the plugin delivered. But, then I went back to using Editorial Calendar and sometimes it would work. Sometimes it would fail. It didn’t have the ease of use for starting a new post that CoSchedule did, it didn’t have the quick social shares that CoSchedule did, it didn’t have the flags, or the notes, the integration with Google Calendar, the integration with all my social accounts, along with my co-blogger accounts, or the to-do lists and finally the visual editor was just so much easier to follow. I had been happy with Editorial Calendar – but once I used CoSchedule – I was not happy with the rudimentary and free plugin. Talk about innocence is bliss. Because I wrote my review, I received 50% off – and I figured, that right there made the plugin now worth the money. This plugin might not be what everyone needs, but it is what Parajunkee.com needed. The plugin runs about $50 a year if you write a review. You can save an additional 10% for everyone you refer, so technically you could get it for $10 a year – which is a steal. If you do decide to check out CoSchedule, do parajunkee.com a favor and use the referral link.