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Web Strategy Twitter Trends: How it Works

February 28, 2011


Over the weekend we decided to build a tool to help us keep track of what’s happening in content strategy, UX and other web strategy topics. And lo Web Strategy Twitter Trends was Frankensteined together, kind of like a TweetMeme designed specifically for our industry. This is how it works. It starts off with a […]

8 Content Strategy Plugins for WordPress

February 21, 2011


WordPress is now a viable content management platform for organizations of any size, with an intuitive interface, decent metadata and taxonomy support, and a seemingly endless supply of plugins. If it’s good enough for Best Buy, Intel and GE it’s good enough for me (obviously it is because this site uses it). As larger organizations […]

Announcing the Content Strategy Design Pattern Library

January 17, 2011


We’re pleased to announce the launch of a small side-project that we’ve been working on for the past few days, the Content Strategy Design Pattern Library ( Apart from having five nouns in its name, the project is also something of an experiment for us. The website is an open collaborative space – a wiki […]

Going Global: The Realities & Constraints of an International Content Strategy

January 11, 2011


Hello. My name is Amy and I am a travel-holic. In the past nine months I’ve visited nine countries on four different continents, I’ve taken roughly 13 flights, one three-day drive across Western Canada (Vancouver to Saskatchewan and back), one sleeper train, one night on a junk ship on the Pacific Ocean, a handful of […]

The Kill Zone: Content Strategy and Executing Dead Content

December 17, 2010


No one starts a project hoping that it will fail. In fact, many of us seem to have boundless optimism and in spite of statistics that warn us of the huge potential for failure in almost everything we set out to do, we race along, excited and hopeful that we’re the exception. I’m the same […]

Content Strategy, IA, UX or SEO: What’s My Problem?

November 29, 2010


With a growing number of ambiguous ‘solutions’ made available by web consultants, it can be difficult for a website owner – who can see that her website isn’t achieving it’s potential, but doesn’t know why – to identify the core issues and find relevant help. At Contentini we’re fans of data, evidence and an analytical […]