Plan, Publish, and Promote Content With Evernote + CoSchedule

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Plan, Publish, and Promote Content With Evernote + CoSchedule

Posted by Taylor Pipes on 16 Jun 2015

Posted by Taylor Pipes on 16 Jun 2015

We love our writers.

In the past year, we’ve featured best-selling authors, influential bloggers, and journalists who use Evernote to capture ideas, manage research, organize plot elements, and write.

You don’t have to be Neil Gaiman or Susan Orlean to make an impact with your writing. These days, we’re all writers. It doesn’t matter if you manage a corporate blog or do content marketing.

That’s why we’re very excited to announce our integration with CoSchedule, a solution for scheduling content. Now, you can turn your Evernote notes into real WordPress blog posts. Here’s how you can plan, create, publish, and share content with Evernote and CoSchedule.

From idea to publish

There are tons of ways writers benefit from writing content using Evernote, from the initial idea to final edit.

  • Gather ideas for content, anywhere
  • Plan content
  • Research in-depth articles
  • Manage your marketing strategy
  • Collaborate with your team
  • Share content and receive posts from guest authors or influencers
  • Create content (blog posts, e-books, graphics, social posts, and more)

Turn Evernote Notes into WordPress blog posts

Writing blog posts in Evernote is easy. It’s the central place to gather ideas, inspiration, and research that help you write content virtually anywhere, on almost any device.

The challenge was publishing. Getting content from Evernote into WordPress required extra time and effort to copy, paste, and reformat.

Now, you can add blog posts you write in Evernote to CoSchedule and easily turn notes into WordPress blog posts.

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Picture perfect

Add images to your blog post and they will auto-magically import from Evernote into WordPress. That means no more copying, pasting, and saving images out of Evernote and uploading separately.

When you connect your Evernote notes as blog posts through CoSchedule, graphics and images will automatically import into your WordPress media library as real media files.

Create + export 

When you create content in Evernote, it’s easier than ever to export it directly into WordPress, as HTML, and PDFs.

You can also share content with guest authors or contributors using a public link.

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Drag and drop content

Your content efforts take on new meaning when you see deadlines and dates attached to them. Easily drag and drop your Evernote notes into CoSchedule and turn notes into content destined to be published or shared. Once content is scheduled, you can tailor your communication, workflows, and deadlines accordingly.

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All the content

Quickly attach notes created In Evernote notes and notebooks to your existing content in CoSchedule.

For many businesses and writers, blog posts are just one element of writing. No matter what you are creating, Evernote and CoSchedule work seamlessly together for all types of content including advertisements, email copy, landing pages, graphics, e-books, and videos.

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Get started with Evernote + CoSchedule

Whether you use Evernote Basic, Pro, Premium, or Evernote Business, it all works with CoSchedule.

Learn more

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Join us Monday, June 22, at 11 a.m. PST for a webinar featuring CoSchedule’s co-founder, Garrett Moon. Together, we’ll chat about planning, writing, and promoting content with tons of actionable advice and takeaways.

Register for the webinar to plan your marketing better than ever.

How do you going to plan, publish, and promote content with Evernote & CoSchedule? Share your story or questions in the comments below.

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18 Comments RSS

  • Raphael Tsavkko Garcia

    Cool, but what about Blogspot?

    • Nathan Ellering

      Hey Raphael, that is an interesting idea! Right now, CoSchedule doesn’t have a direct integration with Blogspot to help you connect with Evernote. Thanks a lot for checking this out, and I appreciate the new idea!

  • Sade Jasmin Jackson

    Is there a way to subscribe to the Evernote blog by email? I didn’t see the option on the site.

    • Lolitta Gevorkova

      Hi Sade –

      Try visiting the blog on a Mac or PC machine. You should see an RSS subscription option on the right of your screen.

      Hope this helps!

  • Heath

    $44 a month for the plan that provides Evernote integration? Thanks, but no thanks.

    • Shelby

      I agree. Thanks, but No Thanks

    • Nathan Ellering

      Hi Heath, and thanks for looking into this! While CoSchedule is an easy way to get Evernote notes directly into WordPress, it’s a full-fledged marketing calendar, too. So Evernote integration is one huge benefit, and you can plan your content, share social messages, and collaborate easier than ever to turn your projects in Evernote into real content. I hope that helps, and good luck with your blog, Heath!

  • Chris

    No tiered pricing for individual bloggers? Minimum for integration with Evernote $44/month and 25 users and 50 social profiles? Completely irrelevant to individuals. Would have been more accurate if:

    “Now, professional marketing and blogging teams can turn their Evernote notes into real WordPress blog posts. Here’s how a manager of a blogging team can plan, create, publish, and share content with Evernote and CoSchedule.”

    CoSchedule should consider an individual plan $5/month, 1 Evernote user to 1 WordPress blog. Once that happens, this might be relevant to the masses.

    • Nathan Ellering

      Hi Chris! Thanks for reading into this. At CoSchedule, we’ve worked really hard to build a time-saving tool for bloggers and marketers in all sizes of companies to do what they do more efficiently. We pack Evernote and a lot of other great features and integrations in the marketing plan like Google Analytics and Google Docs that might make it really worthwhile for individuals like you, too. There are even ways to get a 50% discount to make CoSchedule more affordable for your business. I appreciate your input, Chris!

  • Shelby

    No way will I pay this fee for just little ole me getting started blogging. Thanks, but no Thanks.

  • Sharon

    Really disappointed to find out the pricing for this, I was so excited about the integration of two of my fave apps. I already pay for premium evernote and money to coschedule, no way can I justify that expense as a solo blogger.

    • Nathan Ellering

      Hi Sharon! We’ve worked super hard to provide a great tool for solo bloggers and small businesses, and we know how awesome it would be for everyone to have access to every integration and feature available in CoSchedule! There is a way to make CoSchedule’s marketing plan more affordable for you with the referral program—there’s even an opportunity to get 50% off your marketing plan just for writing an easy review. If Evernote sounds awesome to you, the marketing plan is packed with other integrations and features you’ll probably love, too. Thanks so much for checking into this!

    • Lori Bravo

      I totally agree. I read this thinking that it would be very handy. But at that price, I can set a reminder and cut & paste. I’m not an industry.

  • Jumapili

    So is it normal for the conversion from evernote to wordpress format to create div’s all over the post.

  • Bill G

    price is exaggerated – you really should reconsider your pricing – why not offering it as a Premium package deal with Evernote? that would be a smarter launch..

  • Lori

    Wow, As I read this I became more and more interested. I’ve looked at coschedule a few times and thought this might be what causes us to pull the trigger.

    But.. $44 / month for 25 users? We only have three people posting. Sadly all of the – $10 here, $20 there – subscriptions really add up. So $44 seems high compared to cut and paste.

    • Jayjay

      I don’t really understand why you would need this, what I mean is why wouldn’t you just log into WordPress and write a post that way, just seem a long way of writing it in Evernote then it having to publish through Zapier then to WordPress?

      What would be cool is if you could create your notes in Evernote and display thoses notes to a group in WordPress.

  • Dean

    Ditto everybody above regarding price. Too high for individual bloggers. Would think CoSchedule would come up with a plan that would work for individuals and likely give CoSchedule 10 x’s the volume they currently have.