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Based on 42 reviews and ratings
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Seismic is well suited for organizing large amounts of marketing materials and allowing for quick discovery, access, and customization of those materials. Seismic is less appropriate for use cases that are a little "outside the box". It handles what it was created to do very well. Where we have run into issues is when we are trying to do something that the Seismic platform was not really created to do.
- Has automatic updates through shared slides. A shared slide can be accessed by all users. Once you update the shared slide at the master level, that update flows through everywhere that the shared slides exist.
- Tracking through the Seismic Outlook plugin. You can attach materials from Seismic to your Outlook email. The sender of the email will be able to see individual user activity in Seismic.
- Seismic Outlook plugin. You can add multiple recipients to your email. The Seismic Outlook plugin will recognize that the email contains a Seismic link, and offers you the option to send “Individual Emails” or a “Group Email.” This is great if you don't want your email to look like a mass send.
Manager in MarketingFinancial Services Company, 501-1000 employees
- It would be nice to see better integration between Seismic and Outlook. I feel like I have to restart my computer in order to attach Seismic to an email or feel like I'm constantly updating my computer for Seismic updates.
When I first started with Blackbaud I was sending collateral through Word. After using Seismic for the first time I realized how much easier and effective it is and have not used Word doc's for collateral since.
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