Differences between content strategy and editorial strategy
While sharing features, content strategy and editorial strategy are different. This post discusses some factors: the concept of content as a product or as a communication vehicle; the governance of production and control; and the quality standards.
Message recipients, another difference between marketing and content strategy
Analysis of the way in which the recipients of the messages are focused by content strategy and content marketing. From an economic perspective, the focus of broad spectrum of content strategy is more profitable than targeting that makes content marketing. This post summarizes other differences between the two disciplines.
Study of factors that determine the adoption of an organizational structure for the governance of content strategy. Analysis of the characteristics for centralized, filtering, collegial, delegate, decentralized and outsourced models.
Phases of the annual review of the corporate content calendar
The year begins and you have to review the publication calendar. The election of the most suitable date for each piece allow the most effective communication, contributing more value and managing the resources better. A semiprofessional review contemplates seven aspects that affect the calendar. You will do it under principles of content strategy.
Exploration of content trends for retailers in the fashion sector. The use of corporate websites that prolong the contribution of content value is proposed. The content map affects the personal, socio-political and spatio-temporal contextualization of the garments. It is intended that the buyer discover the content more easily and spend more time in the establishment.
Methods of prior evaluation of the design applied to the content
Principles and indications of the methods of prior evaluation of the design applied to the content. The goal is to adapt background and form to achieve more effective communication, without sacrificing resources or budget and to avoid the distrust of uncommitted managers. The three methods consist of the separation of background and form, the comparison of content models in use and the hierarchy.
Some content design methods use the extrinsic rewards to create the architecture of the messages. These factors are the advantages offered by what the content is about for the receiver that is invited to act (buy, download…). They are emotional and, often, morally unavowable. It is only understood in the context of the receiver and therefore requires the use of individualized communication tactics.