Project Nucleus Helps Hit Me SEO Review Internal Organization And Strategy

Hit Me SEO implements latest project management software designed exclusively for Digital Marketing Agencies and Search Engine Optimization professionals.

Gaithersburg, United States - July 11, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Hit Me SEO, a Maryland based search engine optimization company has recently completed the testing and imlementation of a new online software management program call Project Nucleus. The software claims to be an all inclusive task management system designed to help digital agencies manage and perform day-to-day optimization strategies. Hit Me SEO utilizes numerous online management systems, and performs extensive testing on several.

Project Nucleus allows teams to easily communicate and assign tasks to multiple members of the online marketing team. As new clients come on board, Nucleus breaks down large projects into small individual tasks, which can be assigned to team members around the world. The built in timelines and work stations along with pre-built templates creates systemization in a challenging and ever-changing digital space.

Tim Marose, President of Hit Me SEO stated, “Online marketing companies are always on the lookout for software solutions that allow the streamline of each process, and manage repeatable tasks. In the past, agencies have relied on excel spreadsheets and other software designed to manage teams. Project Nucleus is the first product that is specifically designed for Digital Marketing Agencies, and the speed and ease of use is outstanding. Instead of reinventing the wheel with each new client, marketers can simply pick the best template for each client, and then assign tasks to each member of the team. It has quickly become a valuable piece of software with local marketing companies.”

Hit Me SEO is often given early access to new products and services in order to discover bugs and provide credible feedback to inventors and software managers. Project Nucleus was launched in late June of 2017, and has already created quite a buzz in the industry.

Marose also added, “This software is web-based, and allows marketers to keep all important client information in one central database. The ability to utilize the real-time calendar function and easily keep track of each client throughout the optimization is vital to organization. With the click of a button, content writers, developers, or account managers are informed of all the stages of each optimization. It really will be a game changer within the industry.

Contact Info:
Name: Tim Marose
Organization: Hit Me SEO
Address: 6835 Olney Laytonsville Road, Suite 200, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20882, United States
Phone: +1-240-477-7085

For more information, please visit http://www.hitmeseo.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 216026

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