The legal rules to ensure transparency, citizen access to public information and good governance, and to fight corruption, affecting thousands of businesses and organizations of all sizes. They should necessarily publish its economic relationship with Administration. This post explains what data should to disclose and how.
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.
Control of normative inflation in content strategy
The roadmap of the content strategy of an organization must include the planning of corrective measures of normative inflation in style guides and publication rules. Regulatory obesity occurs in complex communication departments and in companies that unify all their contents in a single area. The addenda to the norms are often incomprehensible, contradictory or confusing, damaging the efficiency.
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.
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.
The vast majority of companies and institutions lack a document about the content strategy of the organization. This document is vital for the present and future communication of the brand and should be preserved with the same zeal as the corporate identity manual or the crisis communication plan. The documented strategy is based on rigorous analysis and data.
Strategic actions to extract maximum performance to content
The expectation and curiosity aroused by our services page on Facebook has led us to classify, sort and deepen the extensive list containing this post. We have classified them into six sections: diagnosis and unified content strategy; governance; editorial intervention; assistance and production of content; audiences; and brand journalism.