The Adequacy Test of message in a content strategy
The Adequacy Test is used to determine the effectiveness of a communicative message. Done regularly, the test indicates whether the receiver feels message recipient, and if the receiver believes the message belong to the issuer characteristics. The Test is worth checking and correcting deviations in the content strategy.
New strategies in the use of corporate newsletters
Email has become a mature and universal communication channel. Users make your email accounts in a database in which stores information that is useful. Now we have to convert the information transmitted in newsletters into knowledge. This post analyzes tactics for use in a good strategy content.
The connection between the extended content and the user affinity
A study by Chris Breaux, of Chartbeat, has shown a direct relationship between the time spent at site and the degree of adhesion of the user to the thesis defended by the author. Although Breaux warns that the study is not conclusive, suggests that a stay of more than one minute accomplished convincing more the reader.
Sector fashion: strategy to avoid the brand abduction by the storytelling
The content used by the main brands in the sector has changed. A panel of experts has come to the conclusion that it produces more frequent, cheap and liquid content. The abuse of narrative arguments creates a communicative chaos. Brands attempt to coordinate three different strategies (emotional, inbred and commercial) when they should be have a single content strategy that agglutinates them.
In very competitive economic sectors, with many operators and undifferentiated content, the fine tuning of the content creation processes can be decided from a Systematic Tonal Analysis. The study breaks down the four dimensions of corporate voice into quantifiable factors, eliminating subjectivity and allowing repetition of results. This post explains how we do it in Estrategia del Contenido.
Fine adjustment in cascade of strategic content for non-profit
Non-profit organizations often manage emotions that influence their way of communicating. Emotions are part of a persuasive content that alters the communication line of the organization in a serious way. In addition, these non-profit institutions often have few resources to address content. To avoid possible inappropriate content for your audience, the cascade tactic allows fine-tuning.
The Spanish Penal Code requires, practically, a Criminal Compliance program for companies. The objective is to circumvent or mitigate possible penalties for the benefit that organizations have obtained from crimes committed. The creation of a content strategy that communicates this program contributes to the detection of suspicious activities, provides legal protection and increases its brand value.