Over the last few weeks and months, Aprimo Sync! has been putting the spotlight on some of the world’s foremost experts on content. Specifically, we’ve been focusing on how to best create, manage, and deliver that content into market. At first glance, it might seem that marketing has been doing this for what seems like forever: request comes in, creatives make whatever content is needed, marketers market it.
But, nowadays, marketing is more complex than that. Our world is more connected than ever with a whole lot of channels that each have their own content model. Because of all this, brands have seen their content creation budgets skyrocket.
Fortunately for us citizens of the marketing world, it doesn’t have to be so costly! It’s a concept called “Content Intelligence” and at its core, it’s about knowing your content as well as you know your customer so you can use and reuse content more often and in all the right places.
You know all those descriptor words you see when you download an asset from your corporate content folders? That’s all content metadata—and the more of it you have, the more you know about your content and the more “content intelligence” you possess.
If you’re thinking “yes, but that work is so tedious, and it takes ages to do!” You’d be right… if you relied only on human effort to do the work. Enter AI and machine learning.
I’m so pleased to have two world-renown thought leaders share with you how you can leverage technology, specifically Digital Asset Management (DAM) and artificial intelligence to reach content intelligence—and reduce spending on content—a whole lot faster and more accurately.
Future Forward Content
Let me introduce you to John Horodyski of Optimity Advisors who’s speaking on “Future Forward Content: The Data Foundation for Managing and Powering Content for Success in a Connected World.”
Next, I’m pleased to introduce Mark Davey of IQ Equity. Mark takes a bit more of an industry approach, focusing on Life Sciences because, with the global pandemic going on, it’s a unifying focal point to what we’re all experiencing. His message is broad, though: Shared Endeavors (read: projects that involve a lot of teams in and outside of marketing) Need Sound Data Models.
This is just a taste of the content that industry experts have brought to this season of Sync! so far. Visit the Sync! Agenda to see the complete list of sessions that are now available to watch on-demand—and be sure to sign up for upcoming sessions that are sure to please!
About the Author
David Schweer is a Director of Product Marketing for Aprimo focusing on solution positioning, field enablement, and managing release information for the Aprimo platform. He has held various roles in Solution Consulting, Product Marketing, and R&D for London-based SDL, plc, Teradata, and Prysm. David received his MBA from Butler University and is based in Indianapolis, IN.