WP Scheduled Posts plugin is an editorial calendar tool that helps to streamline your content strategy and optimize productivity for your WordPress website.
As your one-stop-shop for planning, creating, and scheduling blog posts on your WordPress site, WP Scheduled Posts makes it easy to stay on top of your content strategy and your content team.
Easily manage your scheduled and draft posts right from the stunning calendar (thanks to the tool’s widget) and get a full view of your content in the editorial calendar.
Schedule your WordPress posts in advance and manage all authors in one place.
Manage everything—and everyone—in one place.
Ditch the spreadsheets and manage your posts with a convenient month-to-month look at your content.
Create, edit, and move posts easily with the intuitive drag-and-drop feature.
Forgot to add a photo to a post? Easy. Need to reschedule a blog for another day? Done!
Keeping track of what and when you’re posting is already complicated enough. But throw in a co-author or content team and watch things really get crazy.
Whether you’re flying solo or collaborating on content, WP Scheduled Posts lets you manage multiple authors all in one place.
Reschedule content easily with the calendar’s drag and drop feature.
Plan your content and schedule hundreds of posts ahead of time by specifying the time and date you want the post to go live.
Then just set it and forget it—WP Scheduled Posts automatically publishes it for you! Yes, you can turn off those “Post Blog #274” reminders.
Also, WP Scheduled Posts easily integrates with Twitter and Facebook.
So, once the post is live, WP Scheduled Posts will automatically share it on social media. No need for third-party websites or another tool to do the auto-sharing on Twitter or Facebook.
Plan content ahead of time by specifying when you want it to go live.
In a perfect world, scheduling a post on WordPress means that your content goes live at a designated time, every time.
In WordPress world, it means that sometimes this happens, and sometimes you’re hit with the Missed Schedule Error. Low blow, WordPress.
But now, you don’t have to worry; because this plugin comes equipped with a Missed Schedule Handler that comes through in the clutch to—you guessed it—handle any Missed Schedule Errors.
Leaving you to focus on the important things, like actually running your business. Or going on an off-the-grid getaway.
Automate your WordPress content and never worry about missing a post again.
Your days of slaving over spreadsheets (MarchEdCal-FINALv5.xls) and setting endless iPhone reminders are over.
Now, you can finally take that vacation you’ve been dreaming about. And leave the laptop at home.
Get access to WP Scheduled Posts today!P.S. Learn how to use WP Scheduled Posts like a pro by catching our training webinar replay here: Webinar Replay!
Related Blog Posts