6 Small Differences Between Average Content Strategy and Genius Strategy

by  SAMUEL EDWARDS

Any modern business owner or marketer understands the importance of content in today’s marketplace. Whether your business sells physical products in a local corner store or consulting services on a web platform, relevant content is a necessary means of survival and growth in 2016.

However, simply recognizing that content is important isn’t enough to thrive. If you want to be successful, you need a content strategy that takes a multitude of factors into account. Only then can you generate a strong return on your investment – in the form of increased conversions and enhanced brand equity.

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Why Your Design Process Should Start with Content

by JOHN MOORE WILLIAMS

If you’ve been around the world of web design for a while, you’ve heard of the concept of “content first.” In this article, we explore what it is, why it’s so helpful when you’re designing with Webflow CMS, and provide an example of content-first design in action.

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Poor Writing Skills Are Costing Businesses Billions

Report shows more than $3.1 billion is being spent annually on remedial writing training.

Communication is an essential skill for any business, but what’s shocking is how much time and money businesses are spending each year to bring employees up to a basic proficiency level. Writing seems to be one of the skills requiring the most remedial training.

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Why You Need Two Types of Content Strategist

by Ann Rockley

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Recently I was asked: “How do you define an exceptional content experience?” My response was “I don’t deal with front-end experience. I make the content sing and dance by managing it behind the scenes. A front-end strategist tells me what’s needed, and I develop the back-end strategy to support those needs.”

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