Synchronize the editorial calendar with television programming
A study by Google and Ipsos shows that 81% of Internet users navigate through a mobile device while watching TV. We propose to adapt the editorial calendar of information campaigns e-mailing to match issuing commercials. The Google-Ipsos report opens up many more possibilities.
Recommendations for newly appointed CxO (CMO or dirCOM)
When a new manager has just landed in the company and has to take care of the content area, management can need help. The dirCom or the CMO need a number of Approach Studies discreetly for inform you what content exists, how to govern, and what chances of immediate action is.
List and description of all documents in the final document of content strategy or that can integrate. Each option corresponds to a unique project circumstance or consulting contract. The list we served to answer the questions of our customers that don’t know what is a content strategy.
Description and indications of editorial calendar subtypes that are used in Content Strategy: indicative, countdown, forward count, review, and process. Calendar subtypes respond to operational needs of the content department. Instead, each type of calendar —permanent, mandatory, open, cadence or reactive— is based on strategic criteria.
Differential ethnography is a method of audience research that is used in content strategy to analyze the context of content consumption. It is based on the existence of patterns of apprehension of information that, in turn, obey internal routines. The researcher tries to determine what is a priority, what is more comfortable and what is culturally acceptable to the subject.
Calendar for strategic content about corporate events
A corporate event is only valuable for a few months. However, the quality content that is generated from the event produces brand value indefinitely. The content strategy of the event depends on a calendar of reactions, the evolution of communicative objectives, a changing audience and the use of different channels at each stage. There never have to lose control of the production of the contents.
Fine adjustment in cascade of strategic content for non-profit
Non-profit organizations often manage emotions that influence their way of communicating. Emotions are part of a persuasive content that alters the communication line of the organization in a serious way. In addition, these non-profit institutions often have few resources to address content. To avoid possible inappropriate content for your audience, the cascade tactic allows fine-tuning.