A taxonomy is a system for organizing content in a complex ecosystem. The system often involves: Content structure (e.g. models of types + templates), Metadata (including tags), and Controlled vocabulary (driving attribute + tag terminology).

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How to Develop a Content Taxonomy

By Content Science

Learn the steps you can take to create a content taxonomy to organize your content effectively and help users find your content more easily.

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What Is a Taxonomy for Content?

By Colleen Jones

Get the basics about what a taxonomy for content is and the benefits for your organization and customers / users.

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Resource Center for Creating a Winning Taxonomy

By Content Science

Access our subscriber-only resource center for a one-stop-shop for all you need to put together a winning taxonomy.

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How Thomson Reuters Is Reshaping Its Ecommerce Taxonomy To Reach More Customers

By Rachel Waskosky

Learn how Thomson Reuters built a new ecommerce taxonomy to serve the company's more than 300 websites.

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Making Taxonomy Practical

By Carrie Hane

Get practical tips to create a taxonomy for your content with intent and context.

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