Chei… naanị chaị. Agụwo m banyere ya CoScedule ọnwa ole na ole gara aga ma mesịa nwee oge ịdebanye aha maka ikpe ahụ ma nye ya nlele ule. Kpomkwem kediegwu plugin na ọtụtụ ndị ọzọ ike na m chere na.
Ikike ileba anya na blọọgụ WordPress gị na kalenda isiokwu nke posts had been done before, even with drag and drop capabilities. CoSchedule takes the editorial calendar to an entirely new level, though. Rather than making the calendar simply a view, they've actually made an entire user interface into the production of content for your blog as well as the social sharing of it.
Lee ụfọdụ atụmatụ m hụrụ n'anya nke ukwuu:
- Ọdịnihu Social Promotion - enwere ọtụtụ ngwa mgbakwunye nkwalite mmekọrịta mmadụ na ibe ya, gụnyere ike nke Jetpack iji kwupụta ọkwa gafee ọwa mmadụ. CoSchedule na-ewe ya ole na ole notches ọ bụ ezie na ọ nwere ikike ibipụta nkwalite mmekọrịta ọha na eze n'ọdịnihu, izu ma ọ bụ ọnwa!
- Ihe eji eme ihe – you may think I'm a nut, but I have about 30 drafts in my blog right now. It's not that I've forgotten about them, sometimes I contact the company I'm writing for additional information. Sometimes I forget I have so many drafts… but the CoSchedule Calendar has a sidepane that appears with all your posts when you mouseover it. You can then drag and drop the post to the calendar when you wish to publish it!
- Ọrụ Ọrụ – start a new post on the calendar and you can assign it to one of your authors, a fantastic way to manage your team and ensure you're getting a balanced submission of posts from everyone (or a topic from someone specific) with the expectation of a publish date!
- Mmekọrịta - Enweghị nsogbu echekwa integration as well as Bitly for URL shortening, Google Analytics for campaign tracking, Custom Analytics (if you're running something like Webtrends or Site Catalyst), and even Google Calendar integration to view your posts on your own calendar!