Content effectiveness is how well content enables customers or users to achieve their goals, while also achieving your goals. In our research, we identified six elements of content effectiveness: discovery, accuracy, polish, relevance, usefulness, and influence.

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Content Effectiveness Tips Webinar Recording

By Content Science

In this webinar, Content Science founder Colleen Jones reviews top content effectiveness tips, including sustaining effective content.

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Most Companies Do Not Measure Content Effectiveness But Those Who Do Report More Success

By Andrew Johnson and Colleen Jones

While most professionals desire to measure content effectiveness, few are empowered with a system of content intelligence to do so.

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How to Benchmark Your Content Effectiveness Using ContentWRX

By Cody Slingerland and Andrew Johnson

ContentWRX can help you create a benchmark to accurately measure your content's effectiveness in a very real, quantitative way.

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How To Measure Content Effectiveness

By Content Science

Get easy-to-follow steps to learn how to measure content effectiveness.

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Content Relevance: A Starter Guide

By Content Science

Use this starter guide to learn how to begin improving content relevance.

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