Differential ethnography is a method of audience research that is used in content strategy to analyze the context of content consumption. It is based on the existence of patterns of apprehension of information that, in turn, obey internal routines. The researcher tries to determine what is a priority, what is more comfortable and what is culturally acceptable to the subject.
A company is more agile and effective when it is immersed in a content culture. Theirs employees are participants of all the messages that are emitted and they qualify them from their professional position and the contact with the surroundings of the organization. The company becomes more porous and able to develop its digital transformation. The content strategist must implement content culture.
Calculation of the price of corporate content before a business absorption
The corporate content is an asset of the company that can obtain a fair price in the processes of purchase, merger or business absorption. This post explains a method for calculating the maximum price and the minimum trading price. The method is based on the quality and ability to create audiences and not on the audiences achieved. On the calculated cost price, a number of weightings are applied.
Comparison of the different models for the outsourcing of content production: the hiring of the expert or the specialist, the free lance, the free lance chain, the content agency, the parallel newsroom, the free lance technician, the technical agency, the marketplace and the external supervisor. This post discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each model.
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.