There is a lot of juggling that takes place to manage a website, particularly a corner of the internet that is extremely content heavy. Sit with me for a moment and think through the world of Brave Reviews. We are a team of writers, 5-6 of us post article entries regularly and we (together) have a massive social media network that includes personal channels as well as that of Brave Reviews (Twitter, Google+, Facebook and more). Between scheduling new posts, putting new drafts in our queue, creating social media content and measuring analytics (and this is only the tip of the iceberg), we have a lot of spinning wheels to this digital ministry. We absolutely needed to find a tool that would keep it all in one, organized and manageable place — That’s when we met CoSchedule for WordPress.
Thanks to CoSchedule, all the spinning wheels behind Brave Reviews that I just outlined above are in one editorial calendar.
Thanks to CoSchedule, I can create and assign tasks for my team right within my WordPress dashboard.
Thanks to CoSchedule, I can draft new posts and add them to the schedule quickly and easily.
Thanks to CoSchedule, I can allow different levels of privacy to different users.
Thanks to CoSchedule, my social media reach is multiplying because I can afford to write quality, consistent content — and I can use my entire blogging team to help me do so. These features and more are in this powerhouse plugin for WordPress — Learn More.
Creative leader with education in Biblical Exegesis and a passion to see lives renewed by the Gospel.
I studied at Malone University (B.A.) and Wheaton College Graduate School (Biblical Exegesis, M.A.). By day, I work as the Manager of Social Engagement at a local marketing agency called Sanctuary Marketing Group.