Top 10 Effective Marketing Project Management Tools

There’s several New Years Resolutions that never fail to be brought up at this time of year “Get the house in order”, “Start going to the gym”… but the one on our minds at M Marketing this year is: “Get Organized”! Project management tools are incredibly helpful, especially when you work with a team who may not all share the same office space every day. Just this past year we dove headfirst into the world of PM tools and found ourselves using Click Up to keep all of our resources and to do lists in one place. Click Up is great, and Asana are great too – Here is a list of some of the top PM tools used in the workplace today, join us in our resolution to stay on top of our organization this year!

1. Asana: Asana is a comprehensive project management tool that allows you to plan, organize, and manage your marketing projects all in one place. It offers features like task assignments, due dates, project timelines, and progress tracking. Asana also integrates with other tools like Slack, Google Drive, and Salesforce, making it easier to collaborate and share information.

2. Trello: Trello is known for its visual, board-based approach to project management. It allows you to create cards for tasks, assign them to team members, and move them across different stages as they progress. Trello is great for managing workflows and it integrates with a variety of other tools like Google Drive, Dropbox, and Slack.

3. offers a highly customizable platform for managing marketing projects. It allows you to create workflows that match your team’s processes, track progress visually, and automate routine work. also integrates with popular tools like Slack, Google Drive, and Dropbox.

4. Wrike: Wrike is a robust project management tool designed for high-performance teams. It offers features like Gantt charts, workload view, custom workflows, and advanced reporting. Wrike also integrates with a variety of tools like Salesforce, Google Drive, and Adobe Creative Cloud.

5. Basecamp: Basecamp is a user-friendly project management tool that combines all aspects of a project into one place. It offers features like to-do lists, message boards, schedules, and file storage. Basecamp also has a robust search function, making it easy to find past discussions and files.

6. ClickUp: ClickUp is a cloud-based collaboration and project management tool suitable for businesses of all sizes and industries. Features include communication and collaboration tools, task assignments and statuses, alerts, and a customizable dashboard.

7. Smartsheet: Smartsheet is a software as a service (SaaS) offering for collaboration and work management. It is used to assign tasks, track project progress, manage calendars, share documents, and manage other work, using a tabular user interface.

8. Zoho Projects: Zoho Projects is a cloud-based project management tool that helps you plan your work, track it efficiently, and collaborate with your team wherever they are. It provides timelines (Gantt charts) to explain project status, task dependencies, and critical paths.

9. Slack: While not a traditional project management tool, Slack is a collaboration hub where you and your team can work together to get things done. It’s where the people you need, the information you share, and the tools you use come together to get things done.

10. Airtable: Airtable is a cloud-based project management solution with features for scheduling, collaboration, and linking related content. It works like a spreadsheet but gives you the power of a database to organize anything.

No matter which task management tool you and your team choose, it’s sure to make a difference in the day to day of office life. As M Marketing has been implementing ClickUp and finding what works for us, we love the collaborative opportunities it provides for our hybrid team. If after reading this blog, you decide to try one of the website’s we’ve suggested let us know how it works for you on our social media, we always love to hear from you!

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