social media manager
March 20, 2015
Let’s imagine a company that produces a good deal of content. Jane is responsible for content management, and her boss keeps asking her to add paragraphs, add new pictures and links or insert rich media after the content is published. Again and again and again. And Jane has to fix the wrongs in every single content location and on every single platform. As a result, Jane never leaves work early, and that’s very wrong. Implementing reusable content would definitely change the situation.
March 19, 2015
More structure means more freedom for your content. If you’d like to make your content both adaptive and reusable in the future, you need to divide it into meaningful parts. Publishing anything on the Internet means that this piece of content will go to a database where zillions of other articles and webpages are stored. You need to add structure to your content so you don’t lose it and can work with it later.
March 02, 2015
If you have a website, you definitely want it to open up well on mobile, and you should even go beyond mobile browsing when it comes to your loyal clients. You should also build a mobile app. Why?
March 01, 2015
I recently wrote a blog post on branching content, and now I’d like to explain the solution that will keep your audience happy in terms of content representation. Just for a moment, let’s imagine that all of your clients, regardless of whether they’re desktop or mobile, receive the same content on all platforms. This content is well-designed and properly structured: it works cross-platform. If you want to emphasize certain content for a specific group of users, you can do so effortlessly with the help of adaptive content.
February 13, 2015
When we fail, the reason is the imperfection of our workflow, tools and coordination. In order to avoid content branching, we need a fresh approach to publicizing content on different platforms. The answer to our prayers is the adaptive content. I will dip into this topic in my next blog post.