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Plan Your Entire Marketing Strategy With Marketing Projects [Live Demo]

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Managing multiple marketing campaigns all at once, especially with a dozen moving pieces is tough. Juggling tasks, looming headlines, making sure your team is staying on task, and when you repeat this seemingly never-ending cycle repeatedly it can get kind of tiring. With Marketing Projects, you can help fight this frustration by organizing your marketing campaign all in one place.

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Get your entire marketing campaign organized in one place, so you can move projects forward (not tirelessly track them down)!

  • Consolidate everything into a single marketing project, so you can focus on executing on those pieces, NOT continuously tracking them down.
  • Maximize your team’s resources from one centralized location. Ramp up on projects faster with all your moving pieces in one project, accurately gauge timelines, and know who’s working on what –– at any given moment.
  • Proactively plan your ENTIRE roadmap. Get a visual timeline of every project on the calendar, so you can effectively plan out days, weeks, and months in advance (without overbooking your team).
  • Monitor your team’s progress + make adjustments faster. Quickly view your team’s overall progress and make adjustments faster, so you never miss a deadline.

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"CoSchedule has allowed us to plan and stay ahead 8-12 weeks. It's the best thing we've done to get ahead of ourselves; especially with so many last minute projects popping up."

Lee Hersh, Founder of Fit Foodie Finds
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