Progress on a content strategy requires a plan, or a framework, that helps client realize a robust content solution. It is used to drive future development of content and content workflow processes. Essentially, it communicates content priorities and provides an overall roadmap for content.
Content Strategy Framework: This document provides findings from the current state content audit and then makes recommendations for content production and lifecycle, metadata and search, accessibility compliance, taxonomy development, and content governance.
Typical formats: Microsoft Word Document (Full Version); Microsoft PowerPoint (Executive Summary)
Example: Content Strategy Recommendations. This is a high level set of findings and recommendations. These are often used for client presentations.
Example: CS Framework. This is long form document detailing a content strategy findings as well as recommended roadmap.
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