What is content ecosystem?
Your content ecosystem includes all of your products, brands, content types, teams, technologies, and/or channels. Finding the boundaries of what you think of as your content ecosystem is part of the point of creating the map.
What does content management system do?
A content management system is for creating, managing, and optimizing your customers’ digital experience. More specifically, a CMS is a software application that allows users to collaborate in the creation, editing, and production of digital content: web pages, blog posts, etc.
What is content management process?
Content management (CM) is the process of planning, developing, managing, deploying, preserving and evaluating all content within an enterprise. Also, the process of content management has its lifecycle. This CM Lifecycle consists of six phases: plan, develop, control, deploy, preserve and evaluate.
What is an ecosystem map UX?
Ecosystem map is a visualization of the company’s digital properties, the connections between them and their purpose in the overall marketing strategy. Gives you insights around how to leverage new and existing assets to achieve the brand’s business goals.
How do you make an ecosystem map?
Here are the steps to mapping your new product into the existing ecosystem:
- Draw the main/central person (usually a user) in the ecosystem.
- Draw the people and/or institutions for whom they have a central connection.
- Draw the tools people use (cell phones, computers, smart speakers, connected devices)
How do you do content management?
6 best practices for content management
- Know your purpose. Whether you work alone or in an organisation, you have a purpose.
- Establish a publishing plan.
- Keep a periodical inventory.
- Acquire the right tools.
- Facilitate a quality-minded culture.
- Pay attention to trends.