Using Wrike as an Inbound Marketing Analysis.
September 25, 2022

Using Wrike as an Inbound Marketing Analysis.

André Moura Santos | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Wrike

I use Wrike on a daily basis at Work. As an Inbound Marketing Analysis, I've to plan editorial calendars, which include social media posts, blog posts, email marketing campaigns, Ebooks, ads on different platforms, and so on for different clients of different niches. With Wrike, I can easily create a blueprint of those calendars with all the tasks I've to plan, the core of the calendar, and then begging to analyze and strategize the next actions. As a team, we work with different professionals. We use automation to easily allocate tasks for the correct people and receive them back when done. We can easily send tasks to client approvals and receive them back with or without adjustments, which will, through automation, be set in different statuses on the My Tasks view. The calendar view is also extremely useful, as it allows me to view all the tasks, their status, and more in a monthly view, which helps me to get a better sensation of what's going on and how things are in general. I strongly recommend Wrike for its practicality, easy-to-use platform, and highly customizable behavior. It's perfect for small teams that have subdivisions as well, like our team.
  • Flexible and highly customizable behavior.
  • Easy-to-use.
  • Perfect for small teams.
  • Automate workflows.
  • The calendar view doesn't allow me to easily click on a day and create a task; it's just a view-only page.
  • I cannot see the automation created by admins, so if some action is missing, I only find out when the tasks are late, and I go check for why.
  • Some users have different views of the same task when it's shared with them, so sometimes, we get problems because of inconsistencies in the information available on the task.
  • Automations.
  • Scalability.
  • Customizable behavior.
  • I don't have this information.
Asana, and Trello, particularly, are good choices for small teams and potential projects. I've used Trello boards and teams a lot, but the necessity to buy (to be able to use) separated add-ons to automate tasks, change status, or even simply add custom fields was a negative point. Wrike have a paid plan which offers all this included. By the time I used Trello, it hadn't a way to create blueprints, which is, by far, one of the most useful features of Wrike.

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Did Wrike live up to sales and marketing promises?

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Did implementation of Wrike go as expected?

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For small teams that aim to be more productive, well organized, and scalable, which is the case of our team, it's a perfect solution! For really small teams or low-budget ones, I'd recommend searching for an alternative like Trello or Asana (which are the ones we came from).

Wrike Feature Ratings

Task Management
Resource Management
Not Rated
Gantt Charts
Workflow Automation
Team Collaboration
Support for Agile Methodology
Not Rated
Support for Waterfall Methodology
Document Management
Email integration
Not Rated
Mobile Access
Timesheet Tracking
Budget and Expense Management
Not Rated
Project & financial reporting
Not Rated
Integration with accounting software
Not Rated