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    2. Content Tips from the NYTimes Innovation Report

      Content Tips from the NYTimes Innovation Report
      The New York Times Innovation Report reviews their digital publishing strategy and includes insights and recommendations to help marketers keep up with the ever changing online publishing landscape. This brings about many insightful tips that content marketers can start putting into action today. Marko Saric provides us with 30 content marketing lessons from the report. Here's one of Marko's tips: Mine your content archives.Repackage and republish content ...
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    3. Creating a Content Workflow

      Creating a Content Workflow
      Rebecca Lieb gives us advice on putting together a content marketing workflow as part of your content strategy. After establishing goals and priorities, successful organizations create a process to publish content. In this article, Rebecca articulates that the editorial calendar should stand as the backbone of your content strategy, and I couldn't agree more. An editorial calendar establishes what content will be created, what format it should take,which ...
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    4. A View into Content Marketing in 2014: Q&A with Michael Brenner

      A View into Content Marketing in 2014: Q&A with Michael Brenner
      Michael Brenner does a great job of answering 9 key questions on content marketing in this blog post. One area in particular that he addresses is " What are the most common mistakes brands make with content marketing?". In short his answer is: The biggest mistake brands make is in creating too much content that is focused on the brand and not enough content that is focused on helping the audience ...
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    5. 17 People You Should Meet at Content Marketing World

      17 People You Should Meet at Content Marketing World
      On September 9th, I will be attending the third annual Content Marketing World conference in Cleveland, Ohio. Through my experiences attending the conference for the past two years, I’ve created a list of outstanding and exemplary individuals to meet at the conference. Here’s a look at who you should meet and the topics you might discuss.
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    6. Content Curation Tools a Must-Haves for Content Marketers

      Content Curation Tools a Must-Haves for Content Marketers
      In a recent Content Marketing Institute round up of tools used by top marketers, Carla Johnson of Type A Communications talked about the importance of content curation and how she fits it into her content marketing strategy. Finding it and sourcing it correctly isnt something that everyone knows how to do correctly. Curating from a wider range of sources also inspires a different perspective on new content that you create ...
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    7. 9 Examples of Social Content Curation Sites

      9 Examples of Social Content Curation Sites
      TopRank has compiled a list of 9 examples of social content curation sites. Unlike expert content curation, where a single curator or small group of curators is determining what content should be published, social curation sites leverage a large audience to bubble up the best content. You should use social curation if your brand has: 1. An active social presence on multiple social networks and media sites2. An active consumer ...
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    8. The Ultimate List of Content Marketing Tools

      The Ultimate List of Content Marketing Tools
      Pawan Deshpande of Curata publishes a comprehensive guide of 77 content marketing tools organized by the need they solve for marketers who are use content as a part of their strategy. Pawan provides an overview of how the market has changed and how content marketing tools have become more mainstream. In the past year, there has been a major growth of content marketing tools available to content marketers. While many ...
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  3. About CMS

    A content management system (CMS) is a program used to create a framework for the content of a Web site. CMSs are deployed primarily for interactive use by a potentially large number of contributors. For example, the software for the website Wikipedia is based on a wiki, which is a particular type of content management system. For the purposes of this page, Content management means Web Content Management. Other related forms of content management are listed below.

    The content managed includes computer files, image media, audio files, electronic documents and web content. The idea behind a CMS is to make these files available inter-office, as well as over the web. A CMS would most often be used as an archive as well. Many companies use a CMS to store files in a non-proprietary form. Companies use a CMS to share files with ease, as most systems use server-based software, even further broadening file availability. As shown below, many CMSs include a feature for Web Content, and some have a feature for a "workflow process".

    "Workflow" is the idea of moving an electronic document along for either approval, or for adding content. Some CMSs will easily facilitate this process with email notification, and automated routing. This is ideally a collaborative creation of documents. A CMS facilitates the organization, control, and publication of a large body of documents and other content, such as images and multimedia resources.

    A Web content management system is a CMS with additional features to ease the tasks required to publish web content to web sites.