2021 turned out to be just as challenging a year as was 2020. Companies continued to adapt to an increasingly work, shop, and do-everything-from-home world. With more people going online, digital content has become essential for all types of organizations.
To help content professionals better understand the content challenges and opportunities amid the ongoing pandemic, Content Science published a wealth of articles covering digital transformation, content voice, content measurement, and more–along with a new Content Operations study.
We were excited to have even more readers turn to us, with new users up nearly 40% in 2021 compared with 2020.
As we look back at the year, we want to share our picks for the Content Science Review can’t-miss 2021 content.
Content Science Founder Colleen Jones assesses our current content—and disinformation—situation in the digital age.
Content Science created an infographic that breaks down the major categories of content technology and highlights the top technologies within each category.
Follow these steps to create a successful content measurement plan.
Learn what brand journalism is, examples of how companies are doing it, and get tips for how to start your own operation.
Kontent by Kentico’s Content Strategy Evangelist Michael Andrews discusses what a headless content management system is and how it benefits content authors.
Privacy expert Jodi Daniels provides insights about how to improve your content program as the web moves into a post-cookie era.
UX design expert Joseph Dickerson gave his thoughts and predictions for UX and content strategy in 2021.
In this interview, Lymari Morales, Associate Dean for Communications and Marketing at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health gives her views on content operations maturity.
Director of Content Will Alford at Georgia’s Digital Office talks about how his team is tackling website content management and improving content operations.
In this interview, Stacey Martin of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina gives her views on the state of content roles, processes, and training.
This report explains Content Science’s latest research into successful content operations based on our analysis of the data collected from the more than 100 leading content professionals with diverse organizations.
A new report from Content Science and the AI-powered writing software company Acrolinx details the steps you need to take to scale brand voice successfully.
In this webinar, Content Science founder Colleen Jones, shares top tips for preserving the integrity of your content and brand, both in reality and in the eyes of your customers or audiences.
Of course, these are just some of the articles that Content Science Review published this past year. If you’re looking for further reading, be sure to:
Last Updated: December 30, 2021
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