Make tiered administration work for your team

tieredAdminGraphic-rndMany players make up a marketing team, ranging from the brand manager to the graphic designer and finally, to the advertising coordinator. This team needs access to a variety of assets throughout a campaign and doing so takes considerable amounts of effort and communication to coordinate. CleanPix enables you to take control of your brand assets in an easy and intuitive manner. Matthew Gonnering states in “Whose Fingers Are In Your DAM“, “internal and external roles and a corresponding “permissions” structure can become extremely complicated if not handled correctly.”

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Feature announcement: Detailed contact metadata for original asset creators

Save and search detailed author contact information with enhanced metadata

We understand that identifying and labeling your assets is vital to your day-to-day operations. With our latest update, CleanPix enables you to identify the correct author or credit for each asset, search based on the author/credit field, and link contact information directly with the author’s name.

With this enhancement, you can now:

• Store detailed contact information for each author
• Specify individual authors for a single or multiple assets at a time
• Search for assets based directly on the author or credit name
• Find contact information for a specific author and/or credit an asset with a new address book
• Customize unique and custom fields for each author (such as providing a specified URL to a specific license agreement or website)

We are excited to announce that the feature is available immediately. Sign up for your free trial today to take advantage of this feature and many more!

Thank you for joining us at PRSA Travel and Tourism Conference!

Hi, it’s Chip. I had a great time attending the PRSA Travel and Tourism Conference in Lexington, KY last week.
Dan Roam’s keynote called “The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas With Pictures” was really great! The 6×6 method for sharing visuals to solve a problem really resonated with me. Jillian Braun shared an awesome picture on Twitter to illustrate the points.