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Create a Social Campaign

Creating standalone social messages will help with your quick one-off messages, but creating social campaigns will allow you to create multiple social messages easier.


Create Your Social Campaign

To get started working with your first Social Campaign, click + on the date you want your social campaign to begin. Then choose the type of content you are working on.


Pick a title and click Create. You can change the title at any time. When your Content opens, make sure the content is in the Scheduled state or your social media messages will not publish when they reach the scheduled date.

Note: Need to add social profiles? Go to Settings > Social Profiles.

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Add Social Messages

At the bottom of your content, click Add a Social Campaign.


To promote a specific URL, click Azure_Marketing_-_CoSchedule.png and add any link to the social campaign. CoSchedule will grab a title, excerpt, and all the images from the attached link.


To add social messages to your social campaign, click Screen_Shot_2018-03-08_at_3.06.44_PM.png. Begin creating your social message.

If you add a URL to your social campaign, the {title} and {permalink} social helpers will automatically be added to your social message. These default social helpers will pull information from the added URL.

When you are finished editing this social message, click Add Message.


Click Screen_Shot_2018-03-08_at_3.06.44_PM.png to add more social messages on different days. When you are finished scheduling your social campaign, change the status of your content from Draft to Scheduled.


Note: Stop manually scheduling social campaigns. Use Social Templates to speed up the process!

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Monitor Messages in Social Campaign

With social campaigns, you can easily monitor all scheduled and published social messages. To view published social messages, click Sent Messages.


Published messages will be uneditable and will be shaded out. You cannot delete messages within CoSchedule that have already been published.

To edit a scheduled social message, click on the message.


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