To find calm in the chaos, businesses of all sizes use Pagedip to lead their teams to a brighter future for their documents.
Every document is created with heart and soul. They are sent into the world to be read, critiqued, and collaborated with. It’s going to be great. It’s going to be perfect. Right?
Your document has been edited twice already and most of your team is viewing an old attachment. No one can find the true version on the lawless file server you share. All of the formatting you worked so hard on has gone right out the window. Now Ted has just sent you a message saying the file is too big for him to open.
Storing key product info in a Word doc buried somewhere
Using a separate Excel sheet to store financial information.
Sending email blasts to everyone when the documentation changes.
Keeping track of product information in one Pagedip that’s always up-to-date.
Pulling live financials from Excel and visualizing in Pagedip.
Grasping information at speed thanks to a more contextual narrative flow.
Campaign information is scattered across tons of people and places.
Hearts and souls are poured into documentation that is forgotten.
Consumer-facing content is a one-way street, making it unclear if content is serving the needs of who is viewing it.
Embed key campaign assets such as videos, images, and websites directly into a Pagedip.
Campaign information is easy to find, share, and remember.
Emailing written-in-stone PDF proposals and sales material as attachments.
Referring prospects to outdated information.
Sending new clients to training material that looks terrible on mobile devices.
Sharing dynamic proposals with a single, secure URL that tracks user behavior.
Always up-to-date sales information for prospects.
Fully responsive training material that works on any device.
Sales team is inconsistent with product, pricing, and support messaging.
Internal and external documentation gets mixed up.
Product documentation updates go unnoticed.
Single source of truth for sales team documentation, including assets like presentations.
Customizing a single Pagedip for external or internal audiences to ensure consistency.
Product documentation updates aren’t necessary – Pagedips are always up-to-date.
Included in the analysis:
Document engagement index
Best uses for Pagedip Binks™
Adjacent content assessment