Brightpod was Appvita’s Cloud app of the day last month. Thank you Stephanie Miles for such a great review — Brightpod — Putting Marketing Teams In Control. We are delighted :) Here is what Stephanie had to say about Brightpod:
If you run similar campaigns for multiple clients, then Brightpod’s “Workflows” tool will be of particular interest. Use the tool to automate the steps of a campaign, while still retaining the custom feel for individual clients.
Tasks and task lists can be displayed as Kanban boards, which is especially useful when you need to get a feel of the “big picture.
Although Brightpod offers a number of other useful productivity tools, it’s the platform’s editorial calendar that really stands out. Marketing teams can plan when they’ll post content on their homepages, blogs, and social media accounts. They can also use their calendars to get an overview of all ongoing tasks (across multiple Pods), and link their calendars to iCal for further integration.
These are the features that Stephanie liked:
This is what Stephanie didn’t like:
If you are a marketing team or an agency then we would highly encourage your to give Brightpod a try to help you scale your projects and grow your business.
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