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Why You Can't Do Content Marketing Without a CMS

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The Life of a Content Marketer Content lives everywhere. It’s a challenge to consistently produce high-quality content. We’re good at content publishing, but need to improve on content distribution. We’re metrics-focused: we often ask,“how is our content performing?” Image source: Nana B Agyei on flickr


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The Currency of a Content Marketer eBooks SlideShares Blog Posts Webinars Case Studies Infographics Guest Posts Web Pages


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The Currency of a Content Marketer eBooks SlideShares Blog Posts Webinars Case Studies Infographics Guest Posts Web Pages Published to your target audience via a CMS


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The Currency of a Content Marketer eBooks Stored in a CMS, although created outside of one. Landing page (and form) published by the CMS. SlideShares Lives at slideshare.net, but the CMS is used to embed them on web pages and blog posts. Blog Posts The CMS handles the creation, editing and publishing of posts.


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The Currency of a Content Marketer Webinars Lives with your webinar provider, but landing page (and form) published by the CMS. The CMS handles the embedding of the registration form and/or the webinar player on a page. Case Studies Stored in a CMS, although created outside of one. Infographics Stored in a CMS, although created outside of one. The CMS handles embedding (or inserting) them on one or more pages.


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The Currency of a Content Marketer Guest Posts Published by the CMS used by the receiving site. Web Pages Self explanatory 


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CMS and Content Marketing “Creating great content is an art and an artist is only as good as their canvas and brush.” -- Ross Simmonds (@TheCoolestCool)


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Audience Question: “Is there a minimum for audience size to make a CMS worthwhile?” Image source: Photo from Ben Sutherland on flickr.


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My Answer: Instead of looking outward to your audience, look inward to your content processes and team.


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Factors to consider: Number of content managers Number of content editors Frequency of content updates Potential time savings Potential cost savings


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The Life of a Content Marketer Content lives everywhere.


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Centralized Access to Content The case studies on our website. Our content is stored: Directly in our CMS On network servers At Dropbox We access all of it from a central location (our CMS). Other repositories our CMS connects to: Box Amazon S3 Microsoft SharePoint Microsoft Azure


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Centralized Access to Content Benefits Flexibility: connect your CMS to the content repositories you’re already using. Time Savings: access content from a single location, rather than logging in to multiple systems. Convenience: let content stay where it lives. No need to upload every single asset directly into your CMS.


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The Life of a Content Marketer It’s a challenge to consistently produce high-quality content.


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Grow the Content Team: Build a Culture of Content Employees Freelancers Agencies Partners Image source: Photo from tlc on flickr.


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How a CMS Helps Permissions Workflow Version Compare Change History


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Fueling the Content Marketing Machine The Role of the CMS Permissions and workflow for a growing content team to support in-country, regional sites. Publishing new blog posts and features. Read the Westinghouse case study on the DNN blog.


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The Life of a Content Marketer We’re good at content publishing, but need to improve on content distribution. Image source: Nana B Agyei on flickr


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Make It Easy for Brand Advocates to Share Your Content


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Make It Easy for Brand Advocates to Share Your Content


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The Life of a Content Marketer We’re metrics-focused: we often ask,“how is our content performing?”


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Review Content Analytics Directly in a CMS


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Review Content Analytics Directly in a CMS Read a DNN blog post for further insights on how to utilize the content analytics provided in our Evoq Content CMS.


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Quick Recap Content lives everywhere. It’s a challenge to consistently produce high-quality content. We’re good at content publishing, but need to improve on content distribution. We’re metrics-focused: we often ask,“how is our content performing?”


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