Five ways to transform your global content creation processes
Every global brand has its own voice and distinctive approach to customer engagement. But after a recent evaluation of the content creation, translation and publication processes of 20+ organizations in a variety of industries, we've found five pain points that are most commonly shared.
If you're experiencing any of these, we're offering a free remote consultation with one of our content process experts, who will help you dig into your specific scenario and add their experience-based insight and advice.
Balance centralized control with local agility and nuance
It's an eternal struggle for global brands to get the balance right between centralized oversight and the ability of local teams to improve content performance through agility and local understanding. How confident are you that you've got it right for your organization?
Watch our video, then book your free consultation to talk through the challenges of effective brand and content governance.
Learn how to leave inefficient workarounds behind
It can be hard to find the time and head space to step outside your content creation process and identify the inefficiencies holding you back. But with experienced outside help, you can take the all-important first step to a better way of working.
Watch our video, then book your free consultation for fresh perspectives on content supply chain transformation.
Rethink content localization
Ambitious brands know they can't treat their international markets as an afterthought. But how do you know which translation processes and technologies will transform localization efficiency and quality? And how do you embed them into your content creation process?
Watch our video to learn from the world's largest localization business. Then book your free consultation for insight and advice on transforming localization workflows.
Break down silos to accelerate time to market
'Content fluidity' is the measure of how easily content travels through your content creation and delivery process. Every handover is a potential point of friction that can lengthen the process, thereby endangering deadlines or putting people under enough pressure to make mistakes.
Watch our video, then book your free consultation to explore best practices for minimizing friction in the content creation process.
Keep traffic coming: the role of active content evaluation
Do you have a reliable mechanism for discovering and removing stale or non-performing content over time? Without a robust content evaluation process – and the ability to act on it – your websites and content will perform worse than they should, with lower click-through rates. So how do you embed evaluation into your content creation process?
Watch our video, then book your free consultation to learn more about the role of evaluation in content performance and management.