At Content Science Review, we aspire to be not only the highest quality source of content about content but also the most personalized. When you register for a free account with us or when you subscribe, you get access to a set of features to help you personalize your experience: My Library. Here’s a look at a sample My Library.

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My Library Features

What are the features, exactly? Here’s a quick rundown.

  • Save articles and other content.
  • Track your activity, including what content you have visited, shared, or saved.
  • Share articles and other content.
  • Get smart recommendations for other articles and content to try.
  • Track your subscriptions to content alerts (email newsletters).

Pro Tips for Using My Library

So, how can you make the most of My Library? Let’s walk through a few pro tips.

1. Follow Topics That Really Do Interest You
That might sound obvious, but our point here is that following all possible topics we cover might not result in the best experience. We recommend following:

  • Topics that relate to your current priorities and / or
  • Topics that are new to you but will be important for an upcoming project or for advancing your career

2. Share Handy Content with Your Colleagues and Friends
To paraphrase an old adage, if you love some content, set it free. When you share articles, fact sheets, infographics, webinars, research reports, and more with colleagues and friends, we learn what content excites you, whether because it’s practical, inspirational, or a little bit of both. The more we learn about the kind of content you want to share, the better we know what kind of content to produce.

3. Save Content That You Want to Read Later or Visit Again
Let’s face it, we’re all very busy. So, if you come across some content and don’t have time to read or view it in full, you can save it for later. That way it’s easy to find and finish reading or viewing. And, if you think content will be useful to you for a future project, meeting, or initiative, you can save it for quick reference. (And when you’re done with the content you’ve saved, you can always remove it from your library. How’s that for flexibility?)

4. After a Few Visits with Us, Check Out Our Recommendations
The My Recommendations tab is a bit like the iTunes Genius of Content Science Review. The more you interact with our free and premium content, the smarter it gets. So, after you visit us a few times, check out that tab for unexpected content suggestions that might surprise and delight you.

5. Get Specific Content Alerts
When you register or subscribe with us, you automatically get our monthly email update. That email is a broad brushstroke, letting you know the latest and greatest available (without clogging your inbox). But, you also can get more specific content alerts such as The Weekly Stat and Colleen’s Column. And check the email newsletters we offer often–we’re always adding to them.

6. Consider Expanding to Premium Content
If you like our free content, then consider subscribing to expand your access to premium content. Here’s a sample of premium content …

When you expand your access, we learn more about what content works for you and, consequently, can offer more of it. So, give these tips for My Library a try and let us know what you think.

The Author

Content Science partners with the world’s leading organizations to close the content gap in digital business. We bring together the complete capabilities you need to transform or scale your content approach. Through proprietary data, smart strategy, expert consulting, creative production, and one-of-a-kind products like ContentWRX and Content Science Academy, we turn insight into impact. Don’t simply compete on content. Win.

Last Updated: July 15, 2021

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