BEE Unveils Product Updates to Improve Content Design
BEE has released a set of product updates that improve critical content design flexibility and collaboration features, allowing users to save time and work more efficiently.
FREMONT, CA: BEE, a Growens business unit, and leading digital content design platform, releases a set of product updates that improve critical content design flexibility and collaboration features, allowing users to save time and work more efficiently. In addition, BEE Pro, the company's entire design series for emails and landing sites, now adds new tools to assist users in developing end-to-end digital marketing campaigns. Over 20,000 organizations utilize BEE Pro.
Among the latest updates:
Real-time co-editing abilities developed to increase efficiency for remote-first and hybrid teams.
No-code, easy-to-use technology to generate landing pages with just a click.
"Mobile Design Mode" to design for mobile-first campaigns directly in mobile view.
BEE is committed to democratizing content design by providing no-code tools that instantly allow users to produce engaging content. To this end, significant UX research is conducted to make the design process as simple and quick as possible. A catalog of over 760 email and landing page designs is constantly updated with new concepts.
BEE is a global leader in digital content creation, constantly receiving a Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 58 from its users. BEE Pro began as an email editor tool in 2016 and has expanded to include new membership options and integrations with email service providers such as ActiveCampaign, HubSpot, MailChimp, and others.
"More people need to design more digital content, more often. Much of the time they're not in the same office, and COVID accentuated this even further. You put it all together and there's a massive push to democratize design tools. That's what we've focused on with BEE since day one: We are giving people a friction-free tool that provides independence and autonomy to create digital marketing campaigns quickly," said Massimo Arrigoni, CEO at BEE. "We're fully committed to our product-led growth strategy: giving people our product immediately, within two clicks, resulting in over 10,000 free trial signups of BEE Pro every month."
"Moving to BEE Pro for the awesome design tools was the catalyst for the quality of our email designs improving massively, which has helped me to double the size of my email marketing agency in the last six months," said Brett Stone, Creative Director at Three Bites. "Perhaps the most underrated tool of all is the collaboration tool. I use it to share designs, collect and respond to feedback and ensure that the client has signed off on the design before we send it out to their customers. BEE Pro is truly the stuff of genius!"
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