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Part 2: Using Agile Methods with Conceptboard

Part 2 of this series, Agile Iterations in Marketing teams, focuses on how to have these meetings with the extra help of Conceptboard!

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Image Dimensions Template for Display Ads

Use the Display Ads template below in Conceptboard for the top performing ad sizes and try out each image directly in a board!

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Image Dimensions Template for Facebook

Instead of having to memorize exact dimensions of Facebook’s profile picture, use the Facebook template in Conceptboard!

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Image Dimensions Template for Twitter

Spend less time figuring out how big your images need to be, and more time interacting with your followers. Use our new Twitter template and try out each image directly on a board.

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Image Dimensions Template for Google+

There are many benefits from using Google+ to optimize your marketing strategy. Use the Conceptboard template to make your page as beneficial as it can be!

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Image Dimensions Template for Linkedin

Whether you are using Linkedin to attract potential business clients or to build your brand, you need to make sure your profile is the best it can be.

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Create a Customer Empathy Map in 6 Easy Steps!

Creating a Customer Empathy Map builds empathy towards your targeted audience to identify your users’ needs and pain-points to help your design process.

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Breaking the Ice: Part 2 & Template!

When working in a team setting, whether remote or not, it is always better to know your fellow teammates before starting a new project together. Try these remote icebreakers activities to get the ball rolling.

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Mapping out a Customer Journey: Part 2 + Template

Customer Journey Maps represent the customers’ point of view, opinions, experience, and feeling through their engagement with your product or service.

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