Should you have a mobile-first digital experience strategy? It’s the question many marketers think about as mobile device usage continues to increase across the world, and Google continues to emphasize with its latest search algorithms. Yes, the mobile experience is critical, whether you are serving B2C or B2B markets, but it’s not necessarily the first experience you need to create. The answer to where and how you implement a mobile experience lies in the customer journey, and that is where you need to start.
In part two of our Q&A with Robert Rose, we discuss the state of content management and whether it’s ready to support an intelligent content approach. Marketers today face a dilemma. They are responsible for delivering a great deal of engaging content to a wide variety of channels, but they aren't necessarily given the time, resources and funding to make it happen. The result is a desire to rely on technology to do the work necessary, but technology isn't the answer. Intelligent content may be – but are marketers ready for the work required to implement it successfully?
Contextual, relevant experiences are the name of the game these days. Whether you are creating content for your website or some type of printed document, you're going to want the ability to make the content more relevant to a specific audience. You can do just that when you work with structured content, even if your content is more “technical” in nature. In this blog post, we outline three ways you can achieve personalized, relevant content with structured content strategy.
Marketers today face a dilemma. They are responsible for delivering a great deal of engaging content to a wide variety of channels, but they aren't necessarily given the time, resources and funding to make it happen. The result is a desire to rely on technology to do the work necessary, but technology isn't the answer. Intelligent content may be – but are marketers ready for the work required to implement it successfully? We had the opportunity to chat with Robert Rose, founder and chief strategy officer for The Content Advisory, and chief strategy advisor for the Content Marketing Institute, about the challenges marketers face today.
When it comes to content management, sometimes less is more. While many CMS solutions have taken the “Web Experience in a Box” approach, building more and more functionality for content presentation and delivery, modern CMS applications blend both web experience capabilities and purely decoupled – or Headless - deployment options. What exactly does "headless" mean and why is it necessary for modern web or digital experiences?
You've made the investment in Salesforce, it's backed by management and the money has been spent. You are committed to using Salesforce as the platform for your Customer Service portal using Salesforce Communities. And it's a solid platform, giving you much of the functionality you need. But there's a problem dealing with structured content and it's quickly becoming a headache you don't know how to deal with. Here are our tips for how to deal.
Selecting the right content management system to support your web experience is not a task to take on lightly. From building and integrating a Campus Directory and Course Catalog to integrating with learning management systems, ERP and CRM systems, to designing an experience that engages a range of audiences including prospective students, parents, and alumni, it is so important to ensure your Web CMS can get the job done. Ingeniux understands what's required. Learn more about the unique requirements that higher education institutes deal with and how the Ingeniux CMS platform supports them.
Keeping up with the competition and the demands of your customers requires constantly enhancing and improving your website or web application experience. But traditional approaches to delivering updates won't keep you agile. You need to start thinking about a new way to manage your web and digital experience using Continuous Delivery.
Over the past few months we’ve been working on putting together the program for the 2017 Ingeniux User Conference. Our goal this year was to make 2017 really stand out by bringing in great speakers, providing in-depth and unique knowledge about Ingeniux software, and adding exciting new features like workshops and a new approach to Lab Sessions. Take a first look at the NEW Ingeniux User Conference with 5 key reasons you should attend this year’s event.
Your website is more than just a pretty face for your company, products and services. It is a critical channel, often the primary channel, to engage with customers and prospects and help them solve their problems. Once you understand how important your website is to your customer experience, you can start to develop a web strategy that provides the necessary content and functionality needed.