Does your content strategy include a plan for publishing consistent content? Technical content is written to inform the user. Marketing content is written to persuade the user to buy your product or service. The line between those two types of content is starting to blur.
In episode 82 of The Content Strategy Experts podcast, Elizabeth Patterson and Bill Swallow talk about taking a phased approach to content strategy when you have limited resources and how you can prioritize that approach. “It’s really easy to allow your scope to expand. Try … Read More
Implementing a content strategy in a single department is a great way to get your feet wet, but doesn’t mean you solve all of your content problems. All customer-facing content needs to be findable and usable. Your clients and prospects expect a seamless user experience … Read More
The distinction between pre-sales and post-sales content is blurring. Prospects routinely search for technical information and read user documentation before making a buying decision. Whether you like it or not, your prospects already use technical content. In this environment, you need a content strategy that … Read More