If you are a regular visitor to Orangedox, it?s likely you already understand the importance of documenting your business activities. Staying on top of your documents is an integral part of ensuring smooth business operations. It leads to higher levels of efficiency and reduces stress.
Orangedox allows you to track document previews and downloads for marketing material that you share including page view times, but how can you get that information into your Google Analytics account? Here?s a quick tutorial that will show you how you can track your shared documents and folders with Google Analytics including how to attach UTM codes!
Theres many reasons why you might need to know when your Google Drive files were downloaded or previewed; from knowing when your customers receive your work to knowing when a sales prospect read your pitch to seeing when/if your resume was read by that employer..
When it comes to enterprise sales, personalization matters. It matters a lot. In fact, it matters the most. Why? Because with sales cycles measured in months or even years, a lot can happen. Failure to close a sale can happen at any point, and often no amount of pre-planned, flashy marketing tactics will save you.
Google Drive contains a variety of permission options for organizations who use their paid product. These permissions are applied to the entire organization (ie Google Drive users) and allow them to control what people can share outside the organization
Worldwide Documentaries is a non-profit filmmaking organization, taking on some of the most pervasive problems in our world today. Over the past 27 years they have tackled major issues, including apartheid in South Africa and the HIV/AIDS crisis. Today, their focus is on the growing travesty of human trafficking/modern slavery.
How many times have you sent attachments and wondered if they were ever read? Be it marketing material you?ve sent a customer to help close a sale, to an invoice that you need to payment from; knowing when/if someone has actually read/downloaded your attachment can help you understand when to follow-up with customers.
Imagine knowing when a sales prospect has looked at the marketing material you?ve sent them. Or knowing what chapters of your eBook are most popular, and which section no-one reads. Or, knowing when someone has received, and actually read that proposal that you?ve busted your ass working on all weekend.
The day we discovered IFTTT was a life changing moment when it came to making our online lives easier. IFTTT (IF This Then That) is an online platform that allows you to automate tasks and sharing between all the apps, devices and productivity tools in your world. So if you want to automatically backup your Gmail attachments to Dropbox as they come in, there is a ?recipe? to do that. Want to automatically download all the photos that come off of a twitter or Instagram hashtag, say from an event?
We've been hard at work, slaving some may say, on our latest release of Orangedox and we're proud to announce that it's (almost) here. Here are some of the exciting changes. If you're sharing text or photos we'll be able to tell you if your file was previewed (in the browser) vs downloaded.
There have been many articles written outlining Dropbox's security architecture, most quoting that they implement 'bank-grade security'. And it's true they do. All files are encrypted using 256-bit encryption and transferred using SSL. However, there's a security hole that most people miss.
What we hear from many photographers is that using Dropbox has significantly simplified the way that they deliver or preview materials to their clients. Dropbox is an ideal platform for photographers and creatives, as they are usually dealing with large files, which are often not easily transferred via traditional means. However, there are two main problems in the workflow