Blog Round Up: Content Curation & Creation

September 23, 2015
Written by Bloomfire Admin

 

For Bloomfire clients and those responsible for knowledgebases and intranets in general, having current, relevant content is important. We’ve gathered four of our recent blog posts on the topic to help you create and curate content that is engaging, helpful, and inspiring.

 

Curating Content For Your Intranet: Avoiding Pitfalls

Adding curated information to your Intranet helps connect employees, build company culture, and quickly build up a library of quality content. But like any undertaking, there are pitfalls. Here are some things to avoid when building your curation strategy. Read more.

 

8 Steps To Build An Internal Culture Of Content

There are a variety of ways to go about fostering a culture of content within an organization, and while there is no set path to follow, there are some relatively universal factors to consider. Here are some steps to begin building a culture of content in your organization. Read more.

 

5 Requirements of the Best Content Marketing

If you look at most companies and their content marketing strategies, you realize how much they rely on others. The truth is that original content that resonates with your audience is difficult to write. It requires five things. Read more.

 

What is a Culture of Content?

A culture of content is an organizational environment and attitude that embraces and evangelizes the importance of content marketing and internal knowledge sharing across the entire enterprise. It’s a place where, as Ann Handley of MarketingProfs says, “Everybody writes.” Read more.

 

The Power of Collaboration with Digital Transformation

Companies that grasp what the digital workplace is really all about are willing change the ways people and applications connect across their organizations. By fostering a digitally driven culture of collaboration, they break down silos, share knowledge more effectively, and compete more successfully.

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