Posted by Devon Gualtieri on April 3, 2015
I recently returned from a week in San Francisco, where I attended the Intelligent Content Conference hosted by Content Marketing World. The City by the Bay didn’t disappoint, and neither did the conference’s numerous workshops, keynotes, and breakout sessions that focused on how to write, manage, and deliver intelligent content.
One of the highlights was the workshop titled “Writing Adaptive, Reusable Content” led by Noz Urbina, co-author of Content Strategy: Connecting the Dots Between Business, Brand, and Benefits and founder and content strategist for Urbina Consulting.
The workshop gave attendees–mostly content writers, editors, and marketers–an overview of how to create content that is readable by both humans and machines. This type of intelligent content is semantically categorized, structurally rich, and provides rules for its use.
Simply, this content has adaptability built in, which means it’s more dynamic, more personalized, and therefore more valuable.
Noz Urbina said it best:
“The goal is to deliver the right content, in the right format, in the right language, at the right time. The more we can make our content adaptive, the more we can realistically deliver tailored, high-value content without running out of budget, resources, or time.”
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