2040 Digital: The Answer to Your Content Strategy
The Digital Universe has provided the opportunity for many to expand the quantity and types of free content. Individuals can now write blogs, publish electronic books and publicize their content across the World.
Previously the majority of authoritative and authentic content was available only subscription and/or payment. Primary and secondary sources.
A majority of digital users have acclimated to Google and the major search engines and consider what is displayed in the first of the results is the most relevant and authoritative content.
Organizations who create and distribute content are now confronted with a constant need to maintain authority, maintain credibility, and authenticity in the expanding digital content universe. Content now lives and breaths: no longer being encased in print publications.
The digital living and breathing means that your audience may be different than who you think they are, perhaps the demographics are different or the audience is larger and more specialized that you realize.
Content and Audience
Strategies, goals and plans are critically important. An organization needs to know where it has been and where it is striving to go. Organizations without strategies or plans may get results in the immediate but won’t be able to adapt as the World and the market change.
In Today’s Digital Universe it is important to publishers, associations, non-profits and for-profit businesses to understand their digital audiences, know where there content is resonating, how it is being shared and determine its reach. All organizations need a content and audience strategy to hold the current audience, reach new audiences and inform editorial and content development plans to maintain relevance and be ever adaptable.
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