WordPress Wednesday: 7 Cool Plugins for Content Marketers
Most website publishers turn to a solution such as WordPress because of its ease of use and low total cost ownership.The other reason to use it, of course, is the incredible extensibility of the system - there's a plugin for every want and need, every tactic and trend that publishers want to employ - including the trend du jour content marketing.
Let's take a look at a few WordPress plugins for those considering engaging in a content marketing initiative in the near future. Do you have a favorite that was not listed here? Submit a comment below and Website Magazine will add it to the list!
An all-in-one editorial calendar for content marketing and social scheduling, CoSchedule is one of the most popular solutions available for managing editorial initiatives.
Nelio Content features an editorial calendar and a content assistant to help marketers schedule, create and promote content as well as analyze its performance.
WP RSS Aggregator
Imports, merges and displays RSS and Atom feeds; using the shortcode and customizing its parameters makes it possible to display one or more items anywhere on the site.
OptinMonster helps WordPress admins grow their email list and get more subscribers with popups and other types of high converting opt-in forms.
A plugin for collaborating with an editorial team directly within WordPress. Provide a calendar, custom statuses, comments, notifications and more.
WordLift offers semantic technology to WordPress admins, helping produce richer content and organize it around an audience.
A data visualization tool for creating animated and interactive charts, graphs and reports online - even infographics and maps.