A content model documents all the different types of content you will have for a given project. It contains detailed definitions of each content type’s elements and their relationships to each other.

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Content Modeling Fact Sheet

Content Modeling Fact Sheet

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Content Science identifies some of the important elements of content modeling in this fact sheet.

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