Overall Satisfaction with Qwilr
We use Qwilr to send what we call "project links" to our prospects. This "link" includes blocks or slides about us, financial results, videos, pricing, etc. One of the major problems that it addresses for us is we have access to data to see when they clicked on the link and to see how long they spent on each block within the project link. We are no longer blindly sending proposals.
- Qwilr saved us valuable time on preparing proposals. Instead, we clone a template and insert name and pricing.
- It has positively impacted our sales cycle now that we can see when they open it and how long they spend on what block.
- No negative impact.
We have not used any other products like this.
Usually, we try to figure things out on our end. The one time I had to chat with support, the response was quick and the issue was resolved.
Some features in their custom blocks could be improved. For example, some videos either appear way too small or too large. The signature/acceptance block is tricky to get the hang of as well. But for the most part, it's very straight forward and easy to use.
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It is less appropriate in initial email communications with a prospect. We use it after the first contact has been made and interest has been established. I prepare their custom Qwilr project link and send it over. This now becomes their one-stop show for everything about our business. I get notified when it gets opened, which prompts me to call that prospect.