I’d love to hear everyone’s response to this concern I have. First off, yes… I already have searched the community for answers to this question. That’s the problem. Everyone’s answer is relative to them. Which is great! It’s good to Asana helping various industries with their productivity and project management needs.
I run a small healthcare inbound marketing agency. I’m trying to understand if it’s better to separate my clients into “teams” or “projects”. Each client of mine utilizes a full inbound marketing approach. Meaning we deploy several digital marketing channels to help them (seo, social, email, content, etc).
Initially, I created a team for every client. Each client has a “project” for a master list, on-boarding, attract stage, convert stage, close stage, and engage stage.
Is this necessary or overkill?
On the other hand, I was thinking of separating clients into projects. Within the project utilizing custom fields to segment the tasks into “attract” tasks, “convert” tasks, “close” tasks, etc. Again, I’m not really sure how I should set this up.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.