Dropbox Paper vs. SocialPort

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Dropbox Paper
Score 7.9 out of 10
N/A
Dropbox Paper is a web-based, co-editing tool that includes word processing, document creation and coordination features. The tool is free to use and allows multiple people to collaborate on a document.N/A
SocialPort
Score 10.0 out of 10
Enterprise companies (1,001+ employees)
SocialPort is a social communication management system that allows organizations share content on social platforms, enabling them to grow relationships and exhibit thought leadership in their industry. rFactr also provides social content training that prepares each individual in a business to engage in conversations and share posts that have been optimized for social channels. rFactr empowers organizations to collaborate and promote social selling best practices through industry leading…N/A
Pricing
Dropbox PaperSocialPort
Editions & Modules
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
Dropbox PaperSocialPort
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
YesNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoYes
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional DetailsSocialPort provides complete feedback that allows individuals to track and manage everything from content creation to engagement.
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Top Pros
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Dropbox PaperSocialPort
Small Businesses
SignNow
SignNow
Score 8.8 out of 10
GetAccept
GetAccept
Score 8.6 out of 10
Medium-sized Companies
RFPIO
RFPIO
Score 9.0 out of 10
Paperflite
Paperflite
Score 9.8 out of 10
Enterprises
RFPIO
RFPIO
Score 9.0 out of 10
Paperflite
Paperflite
Score 9.8 out of 10
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User Ratings
Dropbox PaperSocialPort
Likelihood to Recommend
7.8
(10 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
Dropbox PaperSocialPort
Likelihood to Recommend
Dropbox
When collaborating with a team on content creation with the purpose of bringing multiple inputs in a nonstructured or nonfixed media type, this is a great choice because of its diversity of content and collaboration tools, however, if you are looking to have high flexibility in a particular content creation stream, for example, sophisticated text editing or presentation, there are a lot of strong competitors out there.
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rFactr
How does this platform improve the efficiency and productivity of my team? How much time should my team be spending in the platform each day? What is your history of deploying B2B sales technology and training? How does this integrate with my CRM?
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Pros
Dropbox
  • With Dropbox Paper, I can insert images and videos into your document, to make the document more visual, which is helpful for creating newsletters and simple flyers.
  • Once you create a document, you can save it as a template to be reused as a starting point for creating new documents.
  • Dropbox Paper has some basic formatting features like bolding text, adding links, and creating H1 and H2 headings.
  • You can insert tables into your Dropbox Paper document
  • Dropbox Paper also has an unusual but helpful feature, and that is the time line feature.
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rFactr
  • Expertise, Strategy & Training - They are true experts and have years of B2B sales technology deployment and training to offer.
  • Content Syndication - By far the easiest and most efficient platform I've seen to share approved content controlled and at scale.
  • CRM Integration - Most of the other platforms we trialed had far less superior integrations with our CRM allowing us to close the loop.
  • More Leads - SocialPort allowed our team to identify and engage with leads and weed out useless activities.
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Cons
Dropbox
  • No spell check feature.
  • No going back to "old versions" once changes are made they are permanent, with no restriction setting or ability to see previous versions.
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rFactr
  • Auto-Posting - I'd like to see a way to syndicate certain content directly through our internal advocate's social channels.
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Alternatives Considered
Dropbox
I was not part of the decision making to acquire the Dropbox tool against any of the other options and competitors. However, I can assume that the fact that we have been using Dropbox File Management for many years and many important files are stored and shared in the tool everyday, the adding of Dropbox Paper should have been felt very natural.
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rFactr
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Return on Investment
Dropbox
  • Dropbox Paper has allowed all of our employees to be much more productive and on track even when we can't be in the office, which from a management standpoint is a huge positive impact. They know that productivity isn't slowing or lacking when everyone isn't actually sitting in the office under their watchful eye.
  • It has had a huge impact on our turn around time and speed of getting more work and projects completed. The more work you can effectively get done in a time period means more money for the bottom line.
  • It has made the majority of our team members more accountable and reliable when they know everyone is working together on something and each person has their own checklist of items to complete. It is especially helpful that everyone can see the same checklist, so everyone knows what each other is accomplishing.
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rFactr
  • Increase in pipeline and opportunities created
  • Increase quota retirement
  • Decreased the average "time to close"
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