This is not a paid advertisement or affiliate marketing. I just think this product is really useful.
My friends at STRESSLIMIT have built a really nifty plugin for WordPress called the editorial calendar. It works exceptionally well at a very simple, but useful task. It helps you plan out your content with a very useful drag and drop interface. I checked it out a day or two ago and am already using the heck out of it.
It’s free. You should get it and start using it right away. Here are the features:
- See all of your posts and when they’ll be posted.
- Drag and drop to change your post dates.
- Quickedit post titles, contents, and times.
- Publish posts or manage drafts.
- Easily see the status of your posts.
- Manage posts from multiple authors.
Kind of a no-brainer, right? Here’s the awesome video walkthrough from Zack Grossbart:
I’m using the editorial calendar and you should give it a go. Oh, and I used it to put this post out the day after I wrote it in the afternoon, because I had a slot open for my afternoon content.
To reiterate, I’m not paid or otherwise being compensated to talk about this product. The guys at STRESSLIMIT designed my logo for me, but beyond that, I have no business arrangements with them. They’re just awesome people.
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