Curating Information as Content Strategy
Content, which is anything that informs, educates, or entertain online, is your business digital body language. The Internet changed how people find and read content. While it was helpful to have a strategy for publishing information about your business before the Web, people didn't necessarily track if what you gave them as brochures and papers was integrated with everything else. Online, it's easier to see all of the different outputs of an organization side by side -- and to notice whether they connect the dots, or if they seem to come from separate businesses. It is more attractive to buy from a business that has its act together. You find out through search. Why content is important On the Web, people trade attention for good, useful content. There are still companies that struggle with the idea of becoming content producers, and thus have not yet formulated a content strategy. Some organizations are affected by the sprawling issue when it comes to content. Content and community
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