Content reuse is a critical component of a content management strategy. Content reuse is the practice of reusing components of content in numerous places, going beyond "manual" copy and paste. Content reuse ensures that content is consistent wherever it is used and eliminates the need for multiple authors to create the same or similar content over and over again. However, content must be structured and written consistently for it to be reusable-and usable. The next issue of
The Rockley Report explores content reuse, tackling subjects such as forming a content reuse strategy and structuring content for reuse.
The next issue will be available to subscribers in late September.
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