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.
Content strategies for the use of web notifications
50% of visitors to websites that offer web push notifications subscribe to them, according to several studies. These reports also show that the cancellation rate is 10% per year. The annoying user who abandons notifications has lost his confidence in communication and corporate brand image. This post collects content strategies to reduce the abandonment rate and contraindications of this technology.
Implementation guide of singular corporate style in the strategic content
In an omnichannel universe, the visual singularity of the design of the contents of the brands is irretrievably lost. For the messages to be recognizable and mentally associated with the organization that publish them, it is necessary to create a sofistied Publish Guide, coordinated by a external content strategist. This post describes the advantages and the implementation process.
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.
The RACI (Responsible, Accountable, Consulted and Informed) matrix is used in Content Strategy during the modeling content phase, with the workflow diagrams for each informative piece. The model serves complex content creation departments that are geographically disaggregated or have outsourced functions, to improve their processes and recognize responsibilities in each editorial function.