Branding Case Study Template
Qwilr's Branding Case Study Template allows you to showcase your creative efforts through embedded images, videos, data tables, and more. Impress clients and win business by enabling live chat, interactive pricing, one click sign off all in the one document.
Visuals speak louder
Include full screen images and inline videos to showcase the details of your previous branding work.
Ensure it's on brand
Setup your brand styles, including fonts, colours, logos and more so that your video production case study matches your brand perfectly.
Save and reuse
Save your customised branding case study as a new template to streamline the creation of your future case studies.
Looks great anywhere, anytime
Share and send sophisticated case studies that are beautifully designed and can be viewed as a responsive webpage on any desktop, tablet, or mobile.
Make your case study look like an extension of your website by adding a subdomain to it and sharing it as a webpage. You can also share it as a PDF if that's more your style.
Open for discussion
Use live chat so your clients can ask you questions when they're looking at the video production case study.
Get notified instantly
Be the first to know when clients view your branding case study and see detailed analytics on what they viewed and how long for.
Win more work
Use analytics and retargeting to convert people who view your video production case study into customers.
Knowledge is power
See how many times your branding case study has been viewed, where from, what content was most viewed, etc with our deep analytics.
Serve targeted ads to potential clients
Win more jobs by triggering retargeted ads on Facebook and Google to people who have viewed your video production case study.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I add Live Chat to my branding case study?
Absolutely! Qwilr integrates with major live chat platforms such as Intercom, which allows your sales team to chat directly with your sales prospects and in real-time answer any questions they might have.
How do I see what content people engaged with in my branding case study?
Sending your branding case study as a webpage also means that you get detailed analytics that empower you to decide how to follow up with your prospect. From when the prospect viewed your document to how long a lead has interacted with your case study, Qwilr captures all this data to help you plan your follow-up calls and emails.
How do I know when people view my branding case study?
All salespeople know that timing is essential when nurturing a sales prospect, which is why Qwilr sends you a notification once a lead has viewed your case study, letting you time your follow-up email perfectly. You can choose to receive your notification via communication platforms like Slack or your CRM like SalesForce and more!
Can prospects pay for services through my branding case study?
Absolutely. Qwilr understands all the various steps involved in executing a seamless sales process for prospects, from the proposal to pricing, contracts and payment. With that, our software lets prospects securely enter their credit card details into a payment feature in-built into the form. And, once the payment has been debited from the client's account, you'll receive the money within a few days!
How can I protect my branding case study?
If you’re concerned about your case study being accessed and viewed by an unintended reader, don't be. Qwilr comes with several security features to help ensure that your sales case study are only accessed by the intended recipient(s). With options such as access expiry dates, whereby a document can no longer be accessed after a specific date, to passwords, Qwilr’s document security features help ensure that you and your company documents stay protected. "
Will my branding case study look good on mobile & tablet devices?
Building a branding case study in Qwilr proposal software and sharing it as a webpage means that your leads will be receiving both an interactive and design-optimised case study, regardless of which device they’re reading the document on.