This template helps you create your marketing and optimize your marketing efforts to its maximum potential.
Designing and executing marketing strategies can be difficult, but this template can help you simplify the process and manage your marketing team effectively.
With this template, you can organize and optimize your marketing efforts, maintain team alignment, and achieve better results.
How to use this template:
Use Resources: Use this column to gather useful tools and content that will help with your marketing campaign. You can use the existing resources as a starting point, and start adding your resources down the line.
Ideas & Launch Plans: List your project-related ideas in this column. Collaborate and discuss ideas with your teammates, and decide which idea is the best to work on.
In Progress: Once you decide which idea to work on, create a card or move the card you already created to this column. Update the card regularly so other teammates know what’s going on.
Measurement and Optimization: When the task is completed, move the card from the ‘In Progress’ column to this column. In this column, you can measure your campaign’s performance and analyze the data to optimize your marketing strategy.
Done: After a card has completed all the stages of your marketing campaign, simply mark it as ‘Done’ or move the card to this column.
This template will help you increase your productivity while working from home:
Transform your chaotic and disorganized work from home routine into a more structured and efficient one by using this template. Use it to stay focused, organized, and increase your productivity while working from home.
Here’s how to use this template:
Resources: Take advantage of the existing resources or create new cards for any resources that will support your work from home.
Task for This Week: Start your week by moving the cards from the ‘Task for This Week’ column to this column or creating new cards for each task that’s due on Monday.
Monday: Move the cards from the ‘Task for This Week’ column to this column, or create cards for each task that’s due on Monday.
Tuesday: Move the cards from the ‘Task for This Week’ column to this column, or create cards for each task that’s due on Tuesday.
Wednesday: Move the cards from the ‘Task for This Week’ column to this column, or create cards for each task that’s due on Wednesday.
Thursday: Move the cards from the ‘Task for This Week’ column to this column, or create cards for each task that’s due on Thursday.
Friday: Move the cards from the ‘Task for This Week’ column to this column, or create cards for each task that’s due on Friday
Remember to update your cards regularly as you complete tasks or as new tasks come up. This will help you stay organized and ensure that you’re always working on the most important tasks at any given time.
It allows you to visualize and track the various components of your business plan in a single, easy-to-use dashboard. This means that you can easily keep track of progress, identify areas that need attention, and collaborate with your team in real-time.
By breaking down your business plan into smaller, manageable tasks, you can avoid feeling overwhelmed and stay on track towards achieving your objectives.
How to use this template:
Resources: Start by gathering important resources in this column. You can also use the existing resources.
Company Overview: Next, provide stakeholders of your company a quick snapshot of the company’s current state and its goals.
Product/Service Description: Use this column to provide the stakeholders of your company a comprehensive view of the company’s products or services.
Industry/Market Analysis: Use this column to provide the stakeholders of your company a comprehensive understanding of the market size, trends, competitors, and potential opportunities and challenges.
Marketing Strategy: Use this column to provide the stakeholders of your company a comprehensive understanding of the company’s marketing strategy and goals.
Operations: Use this column to provide the stakeholders of your company a comprehensive understanding of the company’s operational processes and procedures.
Development: Use this column to provide the stakeholders of your company a comprehensive understanding of the development activities of the company.
Financial Summary: Use this column to provide the stakeholders of your company a comprehensive understanding of the company’s financial performance.
The most effective way to organize and schedule your blogs: with this template, you can generate new blog content ideas and collaborate seamlessly with your team.
The different columns allow you to track progress and prioritize content, so you can easily see which tasks require attention and which are ready to be published.
This streamlined approach will not only make the content creation process more efficient, but it will also ensure that your blog posts are high-quality and published on schedule.
How to use columns:
Resources: In this column, you can list all the resources that can assist you with your blogging process. Whether it’s a useful tool or a reference guide, you can create new cards or use existing ones to keep track of them.
Ideas: Brainstorm your content ideas and add them to this column. Use it as a collaborative space to discuss with your team and to seek feedback to refine your ideas.
Draft: Once you’ve chosen a solid idea, it’s time to move the card to the Draft column. Assign the card to the appropriate team member and add any necessary notes or attachments to help them get started.
Scheduled: January, February, and beyond: As you and your team work on your drafts, move them to the appropriate month’s column to indicate when they are scheduled for publication. This will help you keep track of your publishing schedule and ensure that all content is timely.
Done: When a blog post has been published, move the card from the Scheduled column to the Done column to indicate that it’s finished. Alternatively, you can use the “Done” option in the Task Status to mark it as complete. This column provides a great overview of all your finished blog posts, making it easy to track your progress and celebrate your accomplishments.
Manage your remote team’s tasks, and collaborate effectively, no matter where you are:
This template will help you streamline your workflow, improve team productivity, and ensure that everyone is on the same page. It simplifies adding and assigning tasks, setting due dates, and tracking progress of your remote team in real-time.
So, whether you’re working on a small project or managing a large project, this template will help you and your remote team stay on top of your work and achieve your goals.
How to use columns in this template:
Resources: This is a place where you can add useful resources to the board or use the existing ones.
Backlog: Start by adding all your new tasks to this column. This serves as a central repository for all the work that needs to be completed.
In Progress: Once you start working on a task, create a new task card in this column or move a task from the Backlog column to this column by simply dragging and dropping the card from the Backlog column to this column.
In Review: Move tasks from the In Progress column to this column once they are ready for review. In the In Review column, you can assign the task to a team member for review and set a due date for when it should be reviewed.
Done: Once the task has been reviewed, you can move the card to the ‘Done’ column. Simply drag and drop the task card to the ‘Done’ column or mark it as ‘Done’ from the Task Status option. In the Done column, you can keep a record of all completed tasks and their corresponding details.
This template is for teachers and professors that want to manage their teaching schedule. It offers all the tools you need to manage your teaching schedule. It gives you the flexibility to create new cards and columns inside the template.
If you want one place to manage your multiple lectures and classes, this template is perfect for you!
How to use this template:
Use Resources: you will find many useful tools that will help you manage your teaching schedule. You can add your resources by editing the existing cards or creating new ones.
Start of the semester: Each new semester requires creating a plan, booking specialized areas, sharing material with students, etc. And each card in this column is designed to help you with that.
Week 1: Use this column when you’re finished creating a semester plan, and you are ready for the first of the semester. Create a card for each lesson plan for the first week in this column. Or use the existing cards and start filling details.
Week 2: Use this column when the first week of your semester is over. Create a card for each lesson plan for the second week in this column. Or use the existing cards and start filling details.
Week 3: Use this column when the second week of your semester is over. Create a card for each lesson plan for the third week in this column. Or use the existing cards and start filling details.
Add more columns: When you click on the vertical three dots in any column, it will show you a tab named ‘COLUMN ACTIONS‘. It will allow you add a column to the left or right, depending on where you want a new column. This is useful when your semester is longer than three weeks, and you want more columns for them.
End of the semester: This column is useful when your semesters are over, and you want to plan things for your last semester. For example, final exams.
This template can be used by software and IT teams to handle website development and maintenance projects.
It comes with helpful resources and suggestions, and all the tasks that are typically needed in such projects.
How to use this template:
The first column on this board is Resources: the cards in here are not tasks, but instead contain helpful resources.
Start with the Resources column and open the cards. If the card’s suggestions and tips seem helpful, leave the card here for future reference; otherwise move the card to the Trash column.
Next, start with the Design column and open the cards one-by-one, starting with the topmost.
Cards can be assigned to people and scheduled; as work gets underway, make sure the tasks are properly assigned so everyone knows who is doing what, and when to expect deliverables.
While work is underway mark the card as IN PROGRESS (using the Task Status): this will let everyone on the team know that someone is working on the task.
If a card needs to be reviewed by someone, assign the card to that person (or persons), and mark the Task Status as NEEDS REVIEW. This will make it easy for everyone on this board’s team to know what’s going on. The people who were assigned the task will get notified.
Sometimes tasks will need rework; in that case use the NEEDS REWORK task status to indicate that. When someone discovers that a task needs rework, it’s a good practice for that person to document their concerns using the task’s chat tab before assigning it to the people who need to rework it.
Other useful task status are:
ON HOLD: this conveys to the team that work has been temporarily been stopped on a particular task, usually because the people involved got pulled away to work on something more urgent.
BLOCKED: this conveys that work on the task is blocked. It’s best practice for the team to unblock cards as soon as possible. When marking a card as BLOCKED, make sure you document the reason why, using the task’s Chat tab.
This template can help you gather your designers, creatives, and other stakeholders to discuss and review your design projects, share updates and feedback, and collaborate to find design solutions.
It gives you a structured layout that includes design ideas, project updates, and feedback option. If you want one place to manage your multiple design projects and ideas, this template is perfect for you!
How to use this template:
Use Resources: Use this column to gather useful tools and content that will help with the design project. You can use the existing resources as a starting point, and start adding your resources down the line.
Concepts & Ideas: List your design concepts and ideas in this column. Collaborate and discuss ideas with your teammates, and decide which idea is the best to work on.
In Progress: Once you decide which design idea to work on, create a card or move the card you already created to this column. Update the card regularly so other teammates know what’s going on.
In Review: When the task is completed, move the card from the ‘In Progress’ column to this column. In this column, you can ask the stakeholders for feedback or review your work.
Implementation: Once your task is reviewed, and everyone is happy with the design, move the card to this column for the implementation.
Done: After implementing the design, simply mark it as ‘Done’ or move to this column.
If you’re a business owner or a freelance content writer, it’s important to have a content strategy. Without a solid content strategy, you end up wasting a lot of time managing your content.
By having a solid plan and sticking to it, you won’t have to spend time coming up with new ideas or scrambling to meet deadlines. One of the best ways to build a content strategy is to use a content planner.
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Whether you’re working alone or with a team, a good content planner can really boost your productivity. So, let’s see how this company uses a content planner to plan and publish its SEO content.
A Free Template to Use
If you found this board interesting, here’s a free Template from Kerika that you can use to set up your own board in just seconds:
The rest of this article will walk you through the process of using this template:
Step 1: Gather resources
If you’re a serious content writer, you already know the importance of gathering resources before you start writing. After all, you need to have something to write about!
One of the best ways to manage your gathered resources is to use a Content Planner. A Content Planner can help you organize your thoughts and ideas, and it can also help you find new and relevant information to write about.
Step 2: Research Content Ideas
Before you start writing, you need to have an idea of what you want to write about. Make a list of content ideas that you think would be popular with your audience.
You can get content ideas by checking out your competitors, looking for news stories, looking for guest post ideas, and brainstorming ideas with your team.
Step 3: Drafting
Now it’s time to start writing your content. Keep your keywords in mind as you write and try to include them naturally in your text.
Step 4: Designing graphics content
Graphics in blogs capture your reader’s attention, communicate your message more clearly, and overall make your blog more visually appealing.
Once the article is ready, the next step is to add graphics to it. Graphics are important to capture your reader’s attention and make your blog more visually appealing.
Step 5: Integration/Schedule Content:
Once you’re finished writing, you need to integrate your content into your website. You can do this by adding a blog to your website or by scheduling your content to be published on your website later on.
Step 6: Promote Content
Finally, you need to promote your content. You can do this by sharing it on social media, writing guest posts on other blogs, or by paying for advertising.
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