Markcomm Pitch

Overview

CoSchedule’s Asset Organizer is a digital asset management software which allows marketers to organize all marketing assets and publication schedule, in one place. It is designed to help marketing teams stay focused, and deliver projects on time.

This software gives businesses the facility to plan their production schedules and share their updates with stakeholders, thus improving their workflows.

CoSchedule software integrates with other applications like MailChimp, Evernote, WordPress, Google Docs, Campaign Monitor, etc.

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CoSchedule

Features

  • Prioritization
  • Backlog Management
  • Team Management
  • Gantt/Timeline View
  • Workflow Management
  • Supports Scrum
  • Kanban Board
  • Prioritization
  • Status Tracking
  • Third party integration
  • Drag & drop interface
  • Social advertising
  • Calendar management
  • Google Analytics link
  • WordPress plugin
  • Campaign planning
  • Google Analytics link
  • Tagging
  • Bulk send
  • Inbox management
  • Labeling
  • Document Indexing
  • Text Editor
  • Version Control
  • Social Analytics
  • Social Sharing
  • Social Campaigns
  • Brand Safety
  • Social Ads
  • Social Engagement
  • Multi-channel communication
  • Search functionality
  • Projections
  • Project planning
  • Progress tracking
  • Permission management
  • Performance reports
  • Task management
  • Collaboration tools
  • Engagement analytics
  • Template management
  • Automated scheduling

Specifications

  • Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based, iPhone / iPad, Android

Training

  • Live Online
  • Webinars
  • Documentation

CoSchedule Users

Available Support

  • Business Hours
  • Online

Language Support

  • English

Company Details

  • Company Name: CoSchedule

  • Headquarter: United States

  • Full Address:

Reviews

ReQueue; This one tiny feature was great. Is still great but from the last 1 year you can’t move around the rescheduled item anywhere. You have the option to delete it entirely or skip for 2 weeks. Initially it was NOT like this and it was good. The only social media scheduler that made sense… not anymore. We still love the headline analyser!

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With CoSchedule, everything happens in one place. All my notes, task lists, and ideas happen in the same place where I schedule my social media campaigns. With helpers and templates, everything is automated. By typing just a few sentences and making a few clicks, I can have an entire social media campaign ready to go.

What I love about CoSchedule is that everything is grouped together by project, which helps me to be much more organized. I’m able to see all the social media posts I’ve ever scheduled relating to the same project.

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For my small business I tried a free demo of this platform and was pretty satisfied with the UX. It was easy to use and the coloring of the folders and checklists made it easy to understand.

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It is hard to share the editorial calendar with leadership teams. There is no print-friendly version that allows me to share a “content calendar” that leadership can review, and it’s too clunky to have leadership inside the platform to review. I would have loved to have seen a print-friendly version or an export option that also allows for sorting by tags. The social media features were also not great–it was more like CoSchedule was checking the box for social media publishing. We would rather use HootSuite or SproutSocial. We often had issues with CoSchedule pulling the wrong images for social posts, even though we had specific OpenGraph images specified in the CMS.

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It’s not cheap – we are investigating a move to Nelio that seems to have similar features for a lot less. (inc. the wordpress plugin.) Some people find navigations a little difficult in CS, would be good if it integrated with slack.

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CoSchedule has workflow processing down to an art form! As the leader of a writing team I can’t tell you how much time I’ve saved with this application. It’s easy to schedule, assign, and monitor – all the way through sharing the content on a variety of social media platforms. I’m in love with CoSchedule!

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The interface took very little trial and error to learn and was easy to link up with stuff like Zapier, IFTTT, and WordPress. That’s important for me because I need something that can save me time.

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