A solid product & marketing tech stack can help you deliver & manage every part of your product/sales/marketing funnel.
1. Miro - for ideation, flows, mind maps
2. Axure - for hi-fidelity wireframes & clickable prototypes
3. Invision - collaborating on mockups with designers
4. Asana - personal & marketing team task management (they also launched goals that help with OKRs)
5. Jira/Confluence - sprint, tickets, stories & specs
1. Intercom - announcements, full page takeovers, product tours
2. Google/Bing Ads - SEM control
3. HubSpot - lead gen, social posting, nurture emails, workflows
4. Ubersuggest - keyword/content ideas
5. Ahrefs - Rank tracking
1. Google Analytics - traffic analysis
2. MixPanel - click stream analysis, user journeys & cohorts
3. Metrica - session playbacks
4. Wootric - NPS
1. Canva - sales presentations
2. Screely - nice frames for screenshots
3. SmartMockups - moc pics for your product in action
4. Grammarly - to check copy & sequences
What does your stack look like?
As a Product Manager, you might be asked a lot of questions during an interview. One of them includes technical questions. Here are 4 types of technical questions that you might come across.