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Shakespearean Content Strategy
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Shakespearean Content Strategy

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Content strategy is a new discipline, but it is an ancient art. Learn the techniques of the greatest Renaissance thinkers and the most influential modern brands. …

Content strategy is a new discipline, but it is an ancient art. Learn the techniques of the greatest Renaissance thinkers and the most influential modern brands.

Sources:
1. (Slides 3-4): Kissane, Erin. The Elements of Content Strategy. New York: A Book Apart, 2011
2. (Slides 19-22) Hitchens, Christopher. "When the King Saved God." Arguably: Essays. New York: Twelve, 2011.

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  • 1. Shakespearean Content Strategy Devin Asaro @copydev Personalization and persuasion through content
  • 2. @copydev CONTENT STRATEGY IS AN ANCIENT ART @copydev
  • 3. @copydevIacquire.com @copydev
  • 4. @copydevIacquire.com Editorial @copydev Curatorial MArketing Persuasion
  • 5. @copydeviAcquire.com Persuasion @copydev
  • 6. @copydeviAcquire.com Persuasion @copydev
  • 7. DEFINING OURSELVES WITH CONTENT @copydev
  • 8. @copydeviAcquire.com Elizabeth I: Content Strategist
  • 9. @copydevIacquire.com Image is everything
  • 10. @copydeviAcquire.com
  • 11. Think Different @copydev
  • 12. Think Different @copydev 1984
  • 13. @copydeviAcquire.com Think...Different? @copydev 2004
  • 14. @copydev Defined by our technology
  • 15. @copydeviAcquire.com @copydev The church of content
  • 16. PRECISION LANGUAGE @copydev
  • 17. KING JAMES: CONTENT STRATEGIST @copydev
  • 18. @copydev
  • 19. @copydeviAcquire.com @copydev Nation-Building translation ‘Tribe’ ‘People’ ‘Nation’
  • 20. @copydev James wasn’t the first
  • 21. @copydevIacquire.com AGAPETyndale James LOVE CHARITY
  • 22. @copydevIacquire.com AGAPETyndale James FREE $$$
  • 23. @copydeviAcquire.com @copydev
  • 24. @copydeviAcquire.com
  • 25. AUDIENCE TARGETING @copydev
  • 26. @copydeviAcquire.com @copydev William Shakespeare: Content Strategist
  • 27. @copydevIacquire.com Shakes had competition Why is Shakespeare Eternal? @copydev
  • 28. He understood His audience
  • 29. @copydevIacquire.com too many choices make people unhappy @copydev
  • 30. iAcquire.com People Respond to simple choices@copydev
  • 31. @copydevIacquire.com @copydev
  • 32. @copydeviAcquire.com What’s Your Favorite Color?
  • 33. @copydeviAcquire.com What’s Your Favorite Element?
  • 34. @copydeviAcquire.com Experience defined by seemingly inconsequential choices
  • 35. @copydevIacquire.com Multiple content types @copydev
  • 36. @copydevIacquire.com Responsive – social login @copydev
  • 37. @copydevIacquire.com Multiple content types @copydev
  • 38. @copydeviAcquire.com Above All, Don’t do nothing
  • 39. @copydevIacquire.com iacq.co/18tJvSV Market Research Hacks For Content Strategy
  • 40. wwww.iacquire.com Shakespearean Content Strategy @copydev Iacquire.com Sources: 1. (Slides 3-4): Kissane, Erin. The Elements of Content Strategy. New York: Book Apart, 2011 2. (Slides 19-22) Hitchens, Christopher. "When the King Saved God." Arguably: Essays. New York: Twelve, 2011.

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