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Create Your First Social Campaign In CoSchedule

Along with managing all of your Marketing Projects, CoSchedule is great for creating and managing all of your Social Campaigns. Creating standalone social messages will help with your quick one-off messages, but creating a drip campaign for any article is where CoSchedule shines.


Create and Manage Your First Social Campaign

To get started working with your first Social Campaign, click the + icon on the date you want your post to be scheduled on. Then click Social Campaign when the "Create New" window opens.

Pick a title for your Social Campaign you want for your post then click Continue. Don't worry, you can always change the title later. After, your "Social Campaign" window will open. Make sure your standalone content post is in the Published state or your social media posts will not post.

Note: Don't see any Social Profiles on your calendar? Go to the Settings > Social Profiles page to add all Social Profiles.

Scheduling Messages For Your Website 

Click on the Link icon in your "Social Campaign" then add the URL to your published blog post in the URL field. CoSchedule will grab a title, excerpt, and all the images from your blog. You will then be able to choose the default image to show up on your social messages and edit your excerpt accordingly.

Now you can begin to start scheduling your social media messages for this campaign. CoSchedule will pull images from your blog post to accompany your social posts when they are scheduled. 

For more information on creating social messages, check out Create a Social Message.

Note: Do you have a certain schedule that you like to stick to when you're planning your social media for a blog post? With CoSchedule's Social Templates, you can save that schedule and quickly add it to promote your blog posts in just a couple clicks!

Want to learn how our marketing team schedules? Check out our Social Media Posting Schedule That Will Boost Your Traffic By 192%

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