The Adequacy Test of message in a content strategy
The Adequacy Test is used to determine the effectiveness of a communicative message. Done regularly, the test indicates whether the receiver feels message recipient, and if the receiver believes the message belong to the issuer characteristics. The Test is worth checking and correcting deviations in the content strategy.
New strategies in the use of corporate newsletters
Email has become a mature and universal communication channel. Users make your email accounts in a database in which stores information that is useful. Now we have to convert the information transmitted in newsletters into knowledge. This post analyzes tactics for use in a good strategy content.
The connection between the extended content and the user affinity
A study by Chris Breaux, of Chartbeat, has shown a direct relationship between the time spent at site and the degree of adhesion of the user to the thesis defended by the author. Although Breaux warns that the study is not conclusive, suggests that a stay of more than one minute accomplished convincing more the reader.
Pros and cons for the use of emojis in content strategy
Emojis are a huge temptation for corporate content authors. Everyone uses them and they facilitate the communication of emotional issues. Faced with some advantages, such as the emulation of face-to-face conversation, emoticons also offer many drawbacks. Some reports have verified a disdain of the messages that include them and the technology does not always favor them. This post lists all the arguments.
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.
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.