Marketing takes a lot of effort. It also takes involvement from many different teams. On top of the effort and collaboration requirements, it is an extremely sensitive piece of work. If your marketing message is interpreted the wrong way, you could have a catastrophe, which won’t look good. Luckily, Confluence and our Properties macros help you stay on top of things quite easily.
What makes good marketing? As the late Steve Jobs once said: “Master the topic, the message and the delivery.” Not everyone has taken this to heart however, and many marketing teams still face unexpected challenges in getting their audiences excited about their products, services and brands, and in delivering their messages to the right audiences. This is not just because teams are currently not sitting together in the same office space, but also because they don’t have access to the right tools. On February 24, the webinar “Marketing Teams in Confluence Cloud: Our Tips and Tricks” will address precisely this problem – and show ways out of this misery.
Confluence Cloud is a powerful collaboration platform. You can even plan your content marketing with this tool. Learn how in this article.
Agile at scale is not just for dev teams anymore. Just what are the extensive benefits of combining Agile at Scale and Agile marketing? From things like taming mutable and diverse projects to streamlining campaigns, Marketing for Agile at scale could be just what the doctor ordered.