In this webinar, Content Science founder Colleen Jones, shares top tips for preserving your content credibility.
Get key facts about Millennial audience segments and online content consumption habits.
Learn about the people, processes, and technology that make up successful content operations.
Here are ways to ensure that content relevance and usefulness will improve your digital business and your users' experience.
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.
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.
Learn why content credibility matters and get tips to protect and even enhance it.
Colleen Jones offers tips to avoid the risk of pretty but impractical user journeys for content strategy.
- Updated and New Fact Sheets
- Content in a Post-Cookie World
- Content Worksheets and Templates
- Job Descriptions for Content Roles
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Content strategy is the practice of developing approaches, plans, and roadmaps to achieve a content vision or goal.
Content intelligence is the systems and software that transform content data and business data into actionable insights for content strategy and tactics with impact.
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 that uses emotive language performs nearly twice as well as purely factual content. Learn more in this guide from Acrolinx.
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