Blog for marketers and marketing teams

July 6, 2017

Drawing up a marketing budget: how to get started

A marketing budget generally comprises 10% of the total costs. Does this apply to you as well? Why (or why not)?

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June 22, 2017

No notifications during the holidays

Planning to go on holiday? And can you let it go, all your work duties? Or only follow up on the most important emails?

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June 8, 2017

Easy tools to put data on a map

‘We need to put our company on the map’ is something that can be read in a marketing plan. Let’s do that, literally. And your customers, or your competitors.

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May 31, 2017

Copying projects and using templates

Do you organize events and webinars on a regular basis? Are you dealing with recurring publications? Do you want to standardize your product launches? We’ve got some great news for you!

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May 17, 2017

Statuses of projects, tasks and campaigns

Up till now, it was only possible to use statuses in the context of projects. But it also comes in handy to add a status to your tasks and campaigns. That’s why we’ve added it.

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May 12, 2017

Marketing team management: Asana or Husky?

Asana is one of the fastest-growing SaaS companies and helps teams join forces in order to do “great things”. In other words: to manage projects. Read the comparison between Asana and Husky here.

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May 5, 2017

Top-notch or topless meetings - the path to meeting more efficiently

I admit: I’m only human. ‘Topless meetings’ spurred up my imagination when it appeared on my LinkedIn-stream of updates: “Topless meetings are the new trend”.

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May 3, 2017

Project management software: Trello or Husky?

Project management tools come in all sorts. One of the most popular choices right now is Trello. You might wonder what makes Husky Marketing Planner different. Good question!

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April 25, 2017

Get inside your customer's head

Have you seen the movie ‘Being John Malkovich’? You don’t have to take ‘getting inside your customer’s head’ that literally. What should you do? Put your customer and his needs front and center, instead of your own product and service.

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