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Learn about the people, processes, and technology that make up successful content operations.
Data Visualization Q&A with Dona Wong, author of The Wall Street Journal Guide to Information Graphicsby Dona Wong and Content Science
Data visualization is a powerful, persuasive tool to discern unexpected patterns and anomalies.
Get the basics about what a taxonomy for content is and how to start developing yours.
Get the essentials about what a content playbook is, why you need it, and its basic elements.
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Content strategy is the practice of developing approaches, plans, and roadmaps to achieve a content vision or goal.
Content operations is the behind-the-scenes work of managing content activities as effectively and efficiently as possible. Today, content operations often require a mix of elements related to people, process, and technology.
Content effectiveness is how effectively your customers perceive the content. In our research, we identified six elements of content effectiveness: discovery, accuracy, polish, relevance, usefulness, and influence.
Content intelligence is the systems and software that transform content data and business data into actionable insights for content strategy and tactics with impact.
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Content that uses emotive language performs nearly twice as well as purely factual content. Learn more in this guide from Acrolinx.
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