Asana Vs Trello: Which Is Better for Creative Teams?

As the world moves increasingly to the cloud and the number of remote workers grows steadily higher, a range of tools have cropped up to help businesses and entrepreneurs work more efficiently. These span everything from money management to HR systems, covering every base a business might need. One of the more popular services that have arisen are productivity tools, in particular Asana and Trello.

These both provide teams with a way to track projects and assign tasks with far more ease than long, confusing email threads. But these tools are both very different in how they work, and one might be more suitable for you than another, especially as a creative. Let’s run through the pros and cons to find out which productivity tool is right for you.

Why use project management software?

Many businesses now make use of project management software to keep track of day-to-day tasks, as it offers a plethora of benefits. PMS is especially useful if you run a small business with […]

By |2018-10-03T12:38:23+00:00October 1st, 2018|

Trello in the News: September 21, 2018

Our goal is to monitor everything that is written about Trello on a daily basis. All articles below were published on September 21th 2018 and are about how Trello can complement your business needs. You have a link to each original article, and also Twitter links if you want to contact the article’s author or the website’s owner for more information.

If you are a Trello user and need a great reporting and exporting tool, we recommend using our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.


Tips for building business to business products

Article Quote: “As an example, a big organisation may use a corporate travel product. It’s main users will be people wanting to book hotels and flights for their business trip, but there are likely to be several other types of user. There may be project managers using it to see who has the right visa to work on their project, or HR managers trying to see if there are ways of reducing the travel budget. On […]

By |2018-09-22T21:41:55+00:00September 22nd, 2018|

Scaling Link Building Using Asana

I personally love using Asana. I’ve been doing link building in SEO for a decade and it’s always been challenging to manage and track the process and progress in a link building campaign. Quite often, the link building team gets lost in the amount of spreadsheets, tabs, notes and emails that it makes the entire process fall apart.

Designmantic.com, which is the company that I work for; implemented Asana into their link building campaign this year. In this post, I’d like to share how we set it up and the benefits that we’ve been able to gain as a result of using switching to Asana and setting up our process using the project management software.

The dashboard snapshot.

We can configure Asana to show a list of completed projects under a section. We want to know at a glance how many links have gone live and what is the rate of growth that we are experiencing. Managers can look at this snapshot and see if the growth is progressing or if changes in the strategy or tactics are […]

By |2018-09-19T14:29:03+00:00September 14th, 2018|