Content Strategy
key to content strategy

A Key to Content Strategy Success: Think Like a Business Person

by Meghan Casey I’ve found that demonstrating your business acumen—whether you’re an inside staff person our an outside consultant­—is one of the most important things you can do to make the case for content strategy.  I wrote a whole chapter about it in my book, “The Content Strategy Toolkit: Methods, Guidelines, and Templates for Getting Content Right.” Here’s an excerpt from chapter 2, which is all about convincing leaders to approve a content strategy project.

Get Off The Line: What Your Recruiting Says About Your Future

by Nick Corcodilos This “Ask the Headhunter” article was originally published on When I do presentations about hiring and job hunting for executive MBA programs at UCLA, Cornell, and Northwestern, I always take the opportunity to ask one of my favorite poll questions: How do you actually recruit the people you need to hire?
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Position Your Content Team for Success from the First Hire

by Colleen Jones Marketing. Sales. Support. Oh my. More business functions than ever depend on providing the right mix of digital content—a reality that’s prompting businesses to build their capacity to publish content on an unprecedented scale. Central to that capacity is a content team, or even a set of content teams. 

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