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Aug 03, 2022
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find your content difficult to use and your content teams may struggle to reuse it. If you don't think about types of information, your content can be difficult to use and reuse. @nozurbina #intelcontent click to tweet here, with a slight modification, is an example of noz. He chose an esoteric example on purpose. You don't have to read it to see that the revised version is more usable. Example of noz segmentation in the original version, you have to read the text, possibly several times, to understand that it includes both a description and a method. In the revised version, even if you are not reading the text, you can tell that you are looking at distinct types of information. Reusability potential: because information types are separated, not only do readers have an easier time, but content creators also have more opportunities whatsapp number list for reuse. Imagine, for example, that your repository contains many reports like this. You can mix and match these pieces to create new content deliverables. For example, you can extract the descriptions from a catalog and omit the method sections. This type of reuse, whether manual or automated, is only possible when your teams separate the types of information. Examples of segmentation let's move on to some cmi examples - an e-book and a pair of blog posts. Remember that you can bundle any type of deliverable: infographics, webinars, etc. Example 1: segmentation in an ebook noz points to the cmi playbook as an example of content that has been segmented based on type of information. This e-book examines 21 tactics used by marketers. Each tactic has four elements: the description usage statistics usage guidelines example example playbook reuse potential: although these four pieces are arranged from left to right to create a board in the playbook, they
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