Jun 23, 2022
In Wellness Forum
Last summer, we published a popular article on three content strategy practices that will make you a better content marketer. Over the past few months, we've discussed these and several other topics in greater depth. Why are we so passionate about Jewelry Retouching content strategy in the marketing world? As I mentioned in the original article, marketers have a lot to learn from content strategists. Our intention is not to turn you, dear marketer, into a Jewelry Retouching content strategist; rather, we want to help you understand how to take what content strategists have been doing for years and apply it to your marketing. (You may want to hire a content strategist, and if so, there are two main types to consider.) In general, understanding content strategy practices — and, if possible, adopting them — will help you in one or both of the following ways: You will have a happier audience because they can find what they need and they have a better experience Jewelry Retouching with your brand. You'll have a happier, more efficient team that produces content at scale and helps the company achieve its goals. Understanding practices will help you have a Jewelry Retouching happier audience and the team says michelelinn Click To Tweet The post below takes a look at some of these areas, along with a few others that I believe are most relevant for marketers in 2016. At the very least, you should familiarize yourself with these topics as they relate to the marketing. RELATED CONTENT AT HAND: An interpretation of 3 confusing terms: content marketing, content strategy, content marketing strategy Jewelry Retouching Content inventory and audits Publishing to Start: How to Stop Worrying and Love Content Inventories and Audits by Marcia Riefer Johnston (from an interview with Paula Land) Is your content full of ROT: redundant, outdated or trivial information? Do you even know that? ROT hurts Jewelry Retouching content performance. An inventory and an audit can help. Are your eyes already rolling behind your head at the thought of doing a content inventory and audit? Is it really necessary to go through all that content you've posted?