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This is the story of how Gain grew from a social media management tool to a world-class, automated marketing approvals solution. Gain first saw the light of day back in 2014 as a tool to manage and publish social media content. But from our co-founders’ backgrounds working with advertising agencies, we knew early on that the biggest pain of all was not so much in scheduling and publishing the content (any tool can do that).…

We recently introduced ✨File Collections, a new feature inside Gain where you can house all of the content your team creates for easy previewing, collaboration, and most importantly, approval. Your team can now upload and preview any type of content, including images, videos, PDFs, vector files, Word documents, Photoshop and Illustrator files, TV ads, and more, alongside social media posts – and keep everything organized in one place. With the support of all types of…

As an agency or marketing team, it’s important to provide clients with an opportunity to add their feedback to the work that you’re doing. However, allowing endless rounds of review or edits can quickly get out of hand, damaging the quality of a piece of content, or even your entire campaign, if you aren’t careful. When a content review process is not defined from the beginning, then the editing stages can lengthen uncontrollably and cause…

Having a defined workflow is crucial if you want to keep your digital marketing campaigns on track and make sure your team is meeting its goals. Defining the roles of each team member is also important and heavily depends on the type of content you are creating as well as the types of marketing activities you are responsible for completing for your brand or clients. For most marketing teams, we’ve learned that each person’s role…

Anything from a talent gap to ineffective approval processes could be responsible for a marketing agency’s struggles Marketing agencies are struggling with reduced budgets, client trust issues, and a continuous march to in-house work. Some of the world’s largest brands, such as Netflix, L’Oreal, and Booking.com, are bringing their marketing in-house in a way no one would have envisaged a few years ago. No matter the size of your team, there are industry-wide problems that…