If you’re accustomed to uploading images and videos to your site one-by-one, you know how time-consuming and tedious that process can be. With Brightspot, you have the ability to select and upload content assets in bulk. Even if you have different content types—say, a photo, a document and a video—uploading is quick and easy, allowing you to focus more on your content and less on uploading.

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