Differences between content strategy and editorial strategy
While sharing features, content strategy and editorial strategy are different. This post discusses some factors: the concept of content as a product or as a communication vehicle; the governance of production and control; and the quality standards.
Message recipients, another difference between marketing and content strategy
Analysis of the way in which the recipients of the messages are focused by content strategy and content marketing. From an economic perspective, the focus of broad spectrum of content strategy is more profitable than targeting that makes content marketing. This post summarizes other differences between the two disciplines.
Study of factors that determine the adoption of an organizational structure for the governance of content strategy. Analysis of the characteristics for centralized, filtering, collegial, delegate, decentralized and outsourced models.
When to use ROT and KCR audits in content strategy
Although the ROT and KCR audits are similar, their procedures, purposes and indications are distinct. The first one is used for the periodic maintenance of the communicative capacity of the content. The second one is used for the hierarchy, reorganization and cleaning of the pieces of content that will be transferred to a new technological platform.
The transposition of a European directive into Spanish law obliges most companies to publish a mandatory report on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) that can be converted into strategic content. The law establishes the informative sections that companies should address in this report: anti-corruption measures, labor relations, gender equality, sustainability, etc.
Strategic scrutiny milestones in experimental content
Criteria for the determination of the moment in which some experimental content is to be scrutinized by the organization. The scrutiny will sought opinions on the decisions that have been made in the process of developing the message. The test serves to continue the project or to go back and reconsider some of the decisions taken. This assay is useful when there is no previous experience.
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.