File collections allow you to organize your marketing content however you want. All your files can be organized neatly into collections where they can be previewed individually, or in a shared calendar along with all your brand’s social content, and be sent to clients or colleagues for review.

Planning a marketing project can already be overwhelming and making sure everyone can open or preview attachments can quickly turn into a nightmare. Gain supports a variety of formats and provides a common ground for collaboration with zero hassle.

Here’s a list of some of the marketing assets and formats you can upload to Gain:

1. eBooks

Creating and editing an ebook is a lot of work, especially if many people are involved in the process. From choosing the topic to proofing, Gain can help you create and publish in less time, cutting hours of draft reviews and approvals. You can keep all discussions with your team in one place and organize an otherwise messy process of revisions by reducing confusion and consolidating edits.

2. Case Studies


Case studies are a powerful marketing tool with many key components, and as such it’s important that everyone involved is on the same page. Your team can have unlimited conversations and revisions on any case study before a client ever sees it.

3. Print Media

Sharing documents via email attachments is not the most effective way to collaborate. Oftentimes, not every stakeholder will have the necessary apps to open creative media such as Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop.

Gain not only supports all Adobe formats but most media formats* as well and team members and clients can easily download files to print them. All without ever needing to convert the file or store it locally.

Printed media is still a relevant way to reach consumers. Anything from magazine or newspaper ads, brochures, flyers, catalogs, business cards, banners, postcards, and billboards can benefit from the same workflow that other digital content does.

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Gain is a place where different content formats can be organized, edited, and approved. File collections simplify the marketing process by allowing teams to coordinate multiple projects, see and store files in one place.

Here are more ways to use file collections:

  1. Content Ideas
  2. Blog articles
  3. Scripts
  4. Any written document
  5. Agreements
  6. Presentations
  7. Landing pages
  8. Newsletters
  9. Emails
  10. Paid Social
  11. Social Media formats
  12. Push Notifications copy
  13. Product Descriptions

*Supported file types:

  • PDF files (PDF)
  • Powerpoint files (PPT, PPTX)
  • Excel files (XLS, XLSX)
  • Word files (DOC, DOCX)
  • ODF word processing documents (ODT)
  • ODF presentation documents (ODP)
  • Image files (gif, tiff, jpg, jpeg, png)
  • Plain text files
  • Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop files (AI, PSD)
  • MPEG-4 (mp4*, m4v, m4u, m4e)
  • MPEG-2 (mpv2, m2v, m2t, mts, m2ts, tp, tod)
  • MPEG (mpg, mpeg, mpe, ts, m1v, mod)
  • Quicktime (mov*, qt, movie, moov, qtz, qtch)
  • AVI Video (avi)
  • Windows Media (wmv, wm, asf, vfw)
  • Flash Video (flv, swi)
  • 3G Mobile Video (3gp, 3g2, 3gpp, 3gp2)
  • Digital Video (dv, vid)
  • DVD File (vob)
  • DivX, Xvid (divx, dvx, xvid)
  • Google Video (gvi, vp6, vp7)
  • Motion JPEG (mjp)
  • Real Video (rv, rm, rmvb)
  • Tivo Video (tivo)
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