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Stages of Content Management.

Content Strategy is the practise of planning objectives for content curation, creation, delivery and governance with the purpose of creating a consumer action. The intent for a strategy is to create a map or blue print on a content game plan with a list of resources and a list of professionals that can assist you with your goals. Content Curation Is the act of discovering, gathering and presenting digital content that surrounds a specific matter. There are 5 stages to ensure your content goals are met.

1- Keyword Research

2- Content Strategy

3- Content Curation

4- Content Distribution Funnel

5- Content Platform Delivery

Most business don’t event perform keyword research which ends up hurting their online presence for lack of knowing what their potential customers are typing into the search engines. Once you have gathered the list of keywords and the data its time to pick your distribution funnel and where you want to place the type of content you prefer. Finally each funnel has various listed platforms you can use. The key part of content strategy is test everything and do you best to give all strategies a chance and gauge the results.

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