Lately, I’ve been checking out different WordPress plug-ins and I stumbled upon something called CoSchedule. Now if you’re anything like me you’re always skeptical before jumping into a plug-in right away. As soon as I found this, however, my mind was blown.
My main goal in my business is to shave as many minutes as I possibly can and still provide quality content, work, etc. Once I installed the plugin, the benefits were immediate noticeable.
Check out the video I did below that will go over a few of the ins and outs and finally answer the question: What the hell is CoSchedule?! =)
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By Jonathan Perez — 4 years ago
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Like many business owners the thought of revamping my home page was daunting to say the least. I’ve heard horror stories of the process taking months to complete. Instead of tackling my entire site, I decided to take on one single page at a time, which made the plan more feasible for my busy schedule.
I heard about Beaver Builder through Jonathan Perez at Surefire Web Services, but I hadn’t had the opportunity to try it out. I tend to avoid code like the plague so I knew that if Jonathan was going to recommend it to me, that it was going to be easy. My home page revamp was the perfect opportunity to do so.
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The page design required some theme changes as well to the header and footer. I asked Jonathan for his assistance with that because that fell outside of the page design scope.
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