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Email is a fact of life. But if you aren’t careful, it can consume your workday as well as your time at home. Research by Carleton University reveals that people spend one-third of their time at the office – and almost half of the time they work at home – reading and responding to emails. Moreover, the emails aren’t urgent 30% of the time.  Your inbox can get out of control quickly as the emails…

Today we’re announcing some exciting new features that will help boost your team’s productivity and make it much simpler to work with posts from multiple channels for the same client at the same time. Check out what’s new! Send posts for approval from multiple channels at once Now, anything that you could do – such as schedule, publish, duplicate, or export posts – in the calendar view for each channel (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or…

The social editorial calendar is a clear favorite among GAIN users because it offers a quick and easy look at each month’s social media content for each client at a glance. All of the content you schedule to be published as well as all of the content that has already gone live is viewable in this calendar layout, making it easy to sift through and organize posts so you’ll never double-post the same topic or…

The best organizational blogs are those that present a good mix of perspectives and fresh ideas. One way that many organizations create a diversity of voices on their blog is by inviting guest bloggers to contribute content. However, it’s highly likely your organization already possesses many individuals that are highly capable of contributing their interesting points of view. Getting our entire team to contribute content helped establish our organization as a thought leader and even…

Everyone has a different way to stay organized, and every team has a different way to communicate. Project management tools aim to keep both the individual and the team informed and on track. However, implementation of a new project management tool can be incredibly difficult when your team is already set in their ways. According to a study by The Access Group, reliability, ease of use, and ease of integration are the top three requirements…