6 Tips for Creating a Killer Editorial Calendar in WordPress


6 Tips for Creating a Killer Editorial Calendar in WordPress
Jacquelynn Padgett

Running a blog requires continual discipline to keep up with the needs of your site. You need to take an idea from a topic all the way to a scheduled post and possibly dealing with authors. In this video, we will show you 6 tips for creating a killer editorial calendar in WordPress.

6 Tips for Creating a Killer Editorial Calendar in WordPress
Mona Ramirez

Running a blog requires continual discipline to keep up with the needs of your site. You need to take an idea from a topic all the way to a scheduled post and possibly dealing with authors. In this video, we will show you 6 tips for creating a killer editorial calendar in WordPress.
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Summary of this Tutorial:
Start by installing and activating the Edit Flow plugin.
It will allow you to create a editorial calendar and set up statuses for your posts like pitch, draft, and pending review.
Next decide on a post schedule and keep to it.
Use analytics for your site and see when it's the busiest and schedule posts during that time.
Browse for ideas on Twitter search with your business keyword and see what people are asking about to answer those questions.
You can also use Google Keyword planner to find high search keywords for your industry and develop around those.
Enter the post ideas into your calendar so you have several posts to write for your site.
When adding the post ideas be sure to add all the information you had in mind for the post.
Finally update and repeat to give several ideas at any given time.
Related Links:
Edit Flow
wordpress.org/plugins/edit-flow/

WordPress.org
Minh Snider

The edcal_default_status property controls the default status for new posts in the calendar. The allowed values are draft, future, and pending for the statuses of Draft, Scheduled, and Pending Review respectively. This value will only be used if the current user doesn’t have access to change that status. For example, if you’re an author then you can’t use a default status of pending since you aren’t allowed to publish posts.

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