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Organize Content Development with the (Free) Editorial Calendar Plugin


  1. Annie Craven says:

    Thanks for sharing, very informative post! This will definitely save a lot of time and keep everything organized. Love seeing new plugins.

  2. Thank you for this. I also did not know these calendar plugins existed.

  3. Andrew Murphy says:

    Thanks for this Rae, it is so much better than using the default schedule option in wordpress.

    • Rae Hoffman says:

      You’re welcome Andrew – I find it keeps me much more organized in regards to content on my affiliate projects.

  4. If you put a draft on the calendar, does it automatically publish it on the scheduled date? In other words, I’m afraid of the post going live if no changes are made (while it is still a rough draft).

    • Rae Hoffman says:

      Nick – no it does not. I was a little worried re that too, so I tested it out on a dummy site first. If you add a draft to the calendar, but never finish it and thus never “schedule” it to go live, it just sits there. When the date passes, you can either delete it, move it to a future date on the calendar or what have you. :)

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