Social Media Made Easy! This blog is the second showing you, the entrepreneur network marketer how social media can be made easier.

This blog has some affiliate links to products that I use. This means if you would make a purchase of any of the products, I may receive a commission but there is no extra cost to you.

Another Tool To Make Social Media Easy

In my first blog about Social Media Made Easy, I discussed the tool for content creation, Viral Marketing Stars. This is for your social media content creation. If you didn’t read my blog you should. It will help this blog make more sense and what I am going to discuss here.

I am in a blog challenge now. With this challenge I need to write a blog every day. This makes me write blogs and that makes me get better at my writing content.

It does not matter if I write 10 blogs or 30 they will stay on my website and that is not where they need to sit forever. I need to get them out to people, to my audience. Those people are on social media and won’t even know about my blog unless I share it with them.

What I will be talking about in this Social Media Made Easy is blog syndication. It is a syndication program, another tool, that syndicates out onto my social platforms. This is wherever you want to share your blog.

My Calendar with Coschedule

Social Media Made Easy With Coschedule

The app that I am talking about is called Coschedule is a calendar app. It is a plugin for your website. If you are writing blogs you really do need to give them a home. A home where they will be safe from being removed on social media.

My website is with Namecheap. Hosting is also done through Namecheap for very reasonable prices. You have heard from me before you need a website because it is yours and no one can take it away.

Back to the Coschedule app that has different versions at different levels that you can get. There is a forever free that allows you to get your blog out to social channels. There are also other different levels for your marketing calendar.

Disclaimer: There is a free version and like everything else that is free there are limitations.

With that being stated a great rule of thumb is whatever tools or services that you are using, if there is a free version start there. Actually, the software should give you a 14 day free trial. 14 days FREE you can use and see if this tool helps your social media made easy.

A Tool To Schedule All Social Content

Coschedule is a tool that you can not only schedule your blogs but also your social posts. This is a system that allows you to be able to constantly share your blog. You really want a system that shares your content out to people who are hanging out on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn. Wherever to come back to your blog which is at home on your website because that’s where your content is. Where your value is, Where your products and services are.

They are not going to find any of that on social media scrolling. However they are going to find it when you are constantly sending them back to your blog.

WordPress is the most popular for integrations. Coschedule is a plugin that will be on your WordPress after you install it. This is for another blog on how and what to do.

Coschedule pulls your blog posts from WordPress. This is the syndication, thumbnail, content from your blog, description. Everything for your calendar to schedule out already there from your blog even a caption to attract people to click and read.

This can all be set up before your blog is even published. It will go out and share on all of your social channels.

You can have a video from your blog and if you have different images in your blog Coschedule will pull in all of the other images associated with it. This allows you to share the same blog with different images.

If you are not sure what would be a best time of day to post, Coschedule has a spot that says Best Time and will pull that info and post for you. The only thing you will always need to write is the snippet.

You can take the snippet out to your social media and share and that will drive traffic back to your blog post. The object is no matter where you share it Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn you want people to come back to your blog. This allows you to do that in a very systematic way.

So, you want this blog post to get out there because maybe you are doing a promotion and your blog is about a specific product, you can set the schedule for daily and share to social media.

Don’t over do it. People will get bored to see the same thing. This is why it is helpful if you have different images in your blog post.

If you are doing your SEO, this will help rank your information even higher.

If you want to blog, you have to have your own website. No one can take it away from you. You own it. In your blog you can have links that lead to something that you are an affiliate with. You can earn some money. You want people on your website because you are going to have other things, coaching, special products or some other kind of service.

Don’t be afraid to check Coschedule out. It is a way to have social media made easy.

To Your Success,


Deb Andrews
Deb Andrews

I mentor entrepreneurs to bring and grow their business online by giving value and strategies that will bring more leads and sales.

    7 replies to "Social Media Made Easy – 2"

    • Lily Leung

      I think coschedule is beyond me! But I think I see other people using it. I was wondering how they had notifications of their post pop up regularly, more than once in a day. I'm not an enterpreneur so I'm ok not getting it. Simple is good enough for a retiree. But I might check into it.

      • Deb Andrews

        Lily, If you are not doing a business you are probably ok not using it. It is a time saver for those of us that need to be every where for our audience. That is not saying your projects don’t need to get out there as I’m sure you have a following. Thank you for commenting. Have a great week.


    • Kebba Buckley Button

      Deb, I'm glad you are encouraging people to think about how they can share to many platforms. When I started posting blog articles in 2009, I used a couple of sharing programs that are no longer around. Then, I was sending a newsletter, using Constant Contact, and that had a calendar feature that scheduled and shared. I think we need to review how we're sharing at least every year, so we're doing what's most effective for us at that time. Coschedule sounds very interesting–thanks!

      • Deb Andrews

        Kebba, That is a great idea, reviewing at least yearly. Put it on the calendar and forget about it until it comes up. Life does get busy enough we do need reminders on things. Thank you for commenting. Have a great week.


    • Doug

      Hi Deb,
      I will be looking into Coschedule. I already have my WordPress working for my blog and this challenge gets me using Twitter. Since my blog has a lot of pictures, I should be exploring putting more into Instagram. So far I am not selling anything and do not have any affiliate links.
      I am looking forward to seeing more tips her on your blog.

      • Deb Andrews

        Doug, I am still fairly new to Coschedule however as I use it I find it does save me time. Let me know if I can help with any affiliate links. Thank you for commenting. Have a great week.


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