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Creating content is a process that involves many people: clients, content marketers, copywriters, designers, managers, and more. Throughout the content approval process, there are multiple review points to ensure that the final product is accurate, timely, compelling, and on-brand. However, for every person you involve, there is an added communication process and set of deadlines that need to be upheld, and more potential holdups to face. Making changes to workflows and reorganizing your team requires…

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…

More than five years ago, we launched Gain with a big mission: to help marketing teams automate their busy work and free up time for more important things. Fast forward to today, and we continue to be driven by the feedback from our customers who have shared with us how Gain truly makes their day-to-day lives easier and clients happier. 😄 However, we know that many of you are creating awesome content that goes beyond social…

From press releases and media pitches to bylines and press materials, public relations agencies can collaborate on various types of content. Creating and approving public relations-related content can be an involved process that requires multiple rounds of approval by internal and external parties. When you’re managing PR content for numerous clients, things can quickly become hectic and disorganized. This is why an approval process is essential for agencies. You need a workflow that doesn’t involve…

Are you spending more time sending emails back and forth with clients versus being creative? Using email or spreadsheets to manage content approvals can slow down your entire team and even hurt your client relationships. Not only is it time-consuming to send content to clients for approval and to get feedback, but client feedback can quickly get scattered in multiple documents. Without a central location, it’s easy to forget who has looked at what and…