In our last article on the blog, we showed you how to use simple WordPress tool for scheduling your content into the future. You may think about more sophisticated alternatives which allow you more options. Today we would like to introduce you few WordPress plugins which will help you.
Scheduling WordPress content
There is a lot of tools which you can decide for. First of all, you can find Drafts scheduler developed by Jeff Rose. This plugin is actively installed on more than 30 000 webs based on WordPress. It is particularly useful for bloggers which have a lot of drafts on their page and want to post them automatically. You can choose interval (hours and minutes) and Drafts scheduler will randomly choose one to publish. There is also an option for choosing the number of random posts per day, week etc. This plugin is completely free to use.
On the same way, you can use Publish to Schedule by Alex Benfica. You don’t have to worry about publishing and concentrate all your attention on your content. With this plugin you just set days of the week, the number of posts each day and time you want posts to be auto – scheduled in a simple configuration and all posts will be scheduled by these rules. You can also choose random selection and plugin will do it all by itself. This function you can use for example during analyzing best rules for the timing to increase your reader’s number.
Scheduling WordPress content on social media
It has been said many times, social media are really important and necessary part of bloggers life. If you don’t want to waste your time by scheduling your content to social networks, there are a few tips for WordPress plugins which will do it for you.
First, of all we would like to introduce you Blog2Social plugin which will automatically share, auto-post, and re-post blogs posts on social media. You can use it for Facebook, Twitter, VK.com, Google+, LinkedIn, Instagram, XING, Reddit, Pinterest, Flicker, and others. It will also automatically generate hashtags from your article. There is free and premium version. In premium, you can connect pages and groups on social networks which is very useful for bloggers who have more than one blog. You can also connect multiple social channels per network. There are also more advanced functions for scheduling.
The last plugin that we will talk about is CoSchedule it is an all-in-one editorial calendar for planning, promoting and executing your marketing strategy. So you can organize everything in one place. CoSchedule is a very powerfull tool for collaborating with your team using on the workspace with a very clear calendar.
And that’s all for today. We hope that you found what you were looking for.