Welcome to the Future of Content

The average enterprise spends $48K per week or nearly $2.5 Million per year due to an inability to locate and retrieve information.

Introducing a new world where content creation saves you time, increases productivity, and makes you look good. Today's documents weren't build to reflect how we think[1] the world would like to consume content.

Let’s face it, we’ve all been there. Wrestling with creating content that, in theory, should take about 15 minutes, but instead takes hours, days, or even worse – sometimes weeks or months. The thing is that most of us are pretty darn capable of saying what we want to say, but when it comes to delivering it in a reader-friendly format, that, is another story.

Before we get going – what you are reading right now is a real, live PageDip [2]content experience. And we’re about to walk you through why it’s going to change the way we think about, create and read content.

Not surprisingly, we’re not the only ones who think content creation is broken. And wow, do we have stats to back this up.

The High Cost of Not Finding Information


  1. Nearly 40% of US employees said document processes within their organizations were broken[3]. But who's keeping track of it? No one.

  2. The average worker spends about 2.5 hours per day[4] searching for information. This is simply viewed as a by product of having a job these days, but it doesn’t have to be so frustrating and time consuming.

  3. A recent poll revealed 33% struggle with document versioning.

  4. Brand consistency[5] across all platforms can increase revenue up to 23%. Companies spend billions of dollars on rebrands and custom fonts, but some of our favorite tools don’t support them.

  5. Almost 50% of emails are opened on a mobile device[6]. Don’t you think your content should account for that? Hint: PDFs and PPTs won’t really cut it.


According to a 2018 study by Nintex, titled the Definitive Guide to America’s Most Broken Processes, 1,000 US full-time employees were surveyed across industries and departments, and 39% of them reported document processes within their organizations were broken.


IDC data shows that “the knowledge worker spends roughly 30% of the workday, searching for information”.

  • In 2018, almost 50% of all marketing emails were opened on a mobile device. (Statista, 2018)

  • Of all emails opened on mobile devices, 66% are read for more than eight seconds. (Litmus, 2019)

  • 40% of people 18 years old and under will always open an email on their mobile device first. (Campaign Monitor, 2019)

The good news: PageDip is here to help you kick crappy content experiences to the curb.

PageDips will save you time, increase productivity, make you look good and, well, dazzle your readers.

First off, we're sure you've already noticed the glowing gold words sprinkled throughout this PageDip (like the ones right here[7]). These are called "BINKS". They are so special people love to open them, and they are quick and easy to create in the PageDip editor since there is a special format button you can use. Oh, and in case you are wondering, Bink stands for Better link. Now you are in the know.

Second, let's chat about version control chaos. We feel you. We’ve all been there. Imagine a world where you could replace a logo, asset, price, video, anything that’s expired or has a (ahem) rare mistake across every single document in your organization? PageDip can do that with our centralized content hub[8].

Adios, content audits. PageDip takes care of all the grunt work so your content looks as good as you intended it to.

Ever have something a bit more complicated to explain? New product launches available in different regions, phased releases with different deliverables or maybe even before and after comparisons? Have no fear. Our Tab-it (isn't that cute?) is here:

One other handy Pagedip widget is the Overlay. It's used to share a single piece of additional content or a collection of related items in an easy to access way.

Discover an Overlay

With the way the world is going, tons of us are newly managing remote teams, so video and visual comms are needed more than ever. With varying schedules and offices in different time zones, we make it super-simple to add some human to your content. With just a few clicks, embed a video, 360 image, some levity – or anything you desire within seconds.

Last but certainly not least, all of our content these days almost feels like it goes into a vacuum. And that’s especially true if you publish lots of PDFs or PPTs. Don’t fret, with PageDip we deliver amazing insights so you can see who's engaging with different pieces of content. This means you can take a look at real-time data anytime. We love live info, so you can also include it inside your PageDip or even incorporate an interactive graph[9] if this is more relevant to the the content you are producing.

We’re through-the-roof excited about how we are shaping the future of content. AND making you and your readers' lives easier, of course.

See how we stack up against the competition

That's all, folks.

Let’s chat some more about how PageDip can help your organization. The best part? You can embed live chat. There's even one in this document so, say hello if you'd like. In the meantime, thanks for reading.

Here’s to the future,

The team at


A PageDip is a digital document that lives on the web. It's simple to create, beautiful to behold, and secure so you can share proprietary content with confidence. Best of all it's responsive so it looks great no matter the device type or screen size your readers prefer.


Binks are really useful because they don’t create hyperlink rabbit holes for your readers to fall into, while keeping readers engaged with your content. Plus Binks are irresistible and readers tend to open them over 90% of the time.


Make changes in one place and Voila! The updates appear everywhere you need them to. This is a timesaving breakthrough!