A free and non-promotional content source shouldn’t exist in the corporate world, right? Why on earth would a commercial enterprise do something that doesn’t impact the bottom line?
When you work at a nonprofit, developing a solid content strategy can lead to many opportunities—especially in the social realm. By connecting with subject matter experts within your community, you can stay on top of up-and-coming ideas and spot the trends that are most relevant to your mission.
See you next year!
Attention all Confab newbies: you are not alone. As the newest member of Team Confab, I have been working for weeks—six weeks, to be exact—to bring this event to life. Yes, that's right: This will be my first Confab event ever.
A website or application design process often creates the impetus to put some thought into a brand's key messages. That's a fantastic opportunity—folks assemble and realize, "Uh, we've got to put the content here, we have very little time left, and we aren't sure how to talk about ourselves!"
The content strategy conference for higher ed is back! You submitted amazing proposals in response to our call for speakers, and the Confab Higher Ed 2014 lineup is looking great.
The wait is over! You submitted 70 proposals in response to our call for speakers, and the Confab Europe speaker lineup has come together beautifully.
Share the stage with presenters from across both higher education and the content strategy industry. Proposals are due April 4.
After such a successful first year, the Facebook Content Strategy Fellowship is back! Let's help college students discover the field of content strategy, bringing people to our professional community at the very beginning of their careers.
When you work in a nonprofit, you can’t gamble on scattershot content marketing. Instead, you need something different. Count on content strategy to help you make sense of it all.