Launching a new website can be a harrowing task, especially if you haven’t got your planning strategy in order. In this post, I will be sharing some recommendations for launching a website from planning and project management perspective using Brightpod’s project management workflows.
This should help you in planning and prioritizing activities better, making tasks easily accessible and known, and in consequence launch your website with much less hassle and a lot more clarity.
Step 1: Get organized and automated
Now most website launch projects have multiple participants contributing to the venture. This includes web designers, content writes, illustrators, domain administrators, search engine optimizers, client side/server side coding moguls, graphic designers and so many more (depending on the nature of the said website). Each is a mutually exclusive function but it is as a collective group that they deliver a wholesome experience.
Now, you will be able to experience the full power of Brightpod on the iPad (including drag & drop and moving things around). We are working on optimising it for the mobiles next. Stay tuned!
This week we feature Aaron Beashel, Director of Content & Community at Campaign Monitor. Campaign Monitor is an online email marketing software that enables designers to create, send, manage and track branded emails for themselves and their clients with ease.
In this interview, you can read more about his work at Campaign Monitor, favorite marketing tools, productivity tips as well as his advice for budding startup marketers.
Creativity is quite an obscure concept; one which ambitiously questions the existing way of things and the scope of human potential. And every so often it redefines the boundaries of human capability. So, it will not be completely over-reaching of me if I were to infer (rather gallantly, too) that creativity holds the key for unlocking new ideas and innovations.
In a business setting, the yearning for creative minds is greater than ever before. Caused by a worldwide outcry against innovation shortfall, people bearing high levels of creativity-related skills (or even a reputation thereof) are being hunted down for building more productive teams capable of building innovative products. Today, the norm that dictates how we compose our teams leads with a basic premise that creativity helps generate greater economic value for a business and therefore innovative thinkers are an absolute must in product management or marketing teams.
This week we feature Leanne Graham, CEO at GeoOp. GeoOp offers web and mobile applications that enable teams to manage jobs and staff in real time.
In this interview, you can read more about her work at GeoOp, favorite marketing tools, productivity tips as well as her advice for budding startup marketers.