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Content Strategy - a knol by Jeffrey MacIntyre

by Tom Johnson on Jul 16, 2009 •
categories: technical-writing

Content Strategy - a knol by Jeffrey MacIntyre. Looking to get up to speed on content strategy? This page contains a sizable collection of links, references, definitions, and other useful information as a primer to the field. Content strategy is pretty cool. In general, it refers to making careful decisions about all the content on your site to achieve a calculated end with the user. Again, thanks tc.eserver.org for the tip. (By the way, "knol" is a new word you can add to your vocabulary.)

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