Strategic change: making public the contents of internal communication
The forms of consumer information on the Internet allow a change in the use of internal communication. The proposal is to move much of the information from the intranet to corporate site. The benefits are: transparency, control, updated information, better use of hyperlinks, positioning in searchers, and multi-device capacity.
The professional profile of in-house content strategist
Massively, companies have started hiring strategists content. More and more jobs. However, depending on the type of organization, functions of strategist are different. Generally, this professional acts in governance and control of content, supported by external consultants. The post discusses their most common functions and organizational needs to hire a strategist.
Communicative challenges for the content 4.0 strategy
The Industrial Revolution 4.0 implies substantial changes in corporate communication through content. CCOs need the advice of a content strategist before adopting technologies to cope with change. Broadly speaking, today's challenges are voice search, intelligent chatbots, Customer Digital Assitants, Content-as-a-Service, PIM platforms and PCG, the volatile contexts and the continuous delivery.
‘Airbnbmag’: questions and answers about their brand journalism
Airbnbmag is a travel magazine released by the Airbnb brand in collaboration with Hearst and is a paradigmatic example of brand journalism. This post analyzes the magazine and the aspects that define it as an operation of brand journalism, away from marketing and public relations.
Analysis of the advantages of content strategies on the workers of an organization. The content strategist will evaluate whether it’s in the interest of publishing new positions, removals, and the list of accountability jobs and their respective roles to facilitate contact with the organization’s public. Some actions will have legal repercussions. Others may generate internal conflicts.
The Hays labor market guide offers a disappointing image of professionals dedicated to building contents. Second and final part of this post about the professional profiles in the department of corporate content and organization of their work area. The situation of the economic sector and wages of professional profiles on content creation is also analyzed.
The Hays labor market guide offers a disappointing image of professionals dedicated to building contents. In this first part of the post is explained that companies do not know what content is or how is managed, surrendering to marketing. Also are reviewed the necessary professional profiles for a more sustainable organization that adding value to the brand.