CoSchedule provides individuals, businesses, and agencies with an integrated social media scheduling tool and a marketing calendar to manage their campaigns. Its features include email marketing, reusable workflow templates, social analytics, and more. In this article, we cover user reviews and pricing. Ready to try CoSchedule? Sign up for a free trial.
CoSchedule offers three types of plans: Individual ($0-$49/month), Business ($79-$1,200/month), and Agency ($79-$399/month). The main differences between the plans are the number of users and social profiles, as well as the availability of premium features, such as multiple calendars, advanced team workflows, marketing campaigns, and a dedicated account manager.
|Essential + Referral Program|
|Growth + Agency Pack|
*Annual plans are paid in lump sum at the beginning of the billing cycle.
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What CoSchedule Does Well
Users who gave CoSchedule a positive review like its content calendar and scheduling tools, as well as its reusable templates and team collaboration functionality. Several others commented that the software is user-friendly and has robust features.
“The calendar layout helps you quickly get an overview of everything! CoSchedule makes it extremely easy to schedule blog posts, and quickly schedule them to be shared across multiple social media platforms at the exact time and in the exact way you want them shared. There’s an option to save reusable templates for social media posts, which really cuts down on the time and effort expended.” – Monique Wooten
What CoSchedule Does Not Do Well
Users who gave CoSchedule a negative review complained about experiencing system glitches. Some dislike its expensive pricing plans, while others said that its interface is not intuitive.
“I don’t have any major qualms with CoSchedule. I will say the pricing seems to have changed quite a bit since we first signed on a couple years ago. I looked into one specific feature earlier this year, and it would have been pretty pricey to upgrade for that feature.” – Abby Nieten
Check out the list below of some of CoSchedule’s features:
- Business-Level Analytics
- Built-In Social Publishing
- Drag-and-Drop Functionality
- Integrated Email Marketing
- Project Workflow Management
- Reusable Workflow Templates
- Social Media Scheduling
- Unified Project Calendar
What is included in CoSchedule’s free trial?
What if users need more time exploring CoSchedule’s features for free before signing up for a paid account?
Here is a list of some of CoSchedule’s popular integrations:
- Campaign Monitor
- Constant Contact
- Google Analytics