Google “content strategy” and you will find thousands of blog posts about content strategy. One of the good thing about content strategists is that they are great at creating useful content and making it easy …Read More →
Posts in the Category: Content Strategy
It’s been a busy month for Pickle Jar. Are you sitting comfortably? Then we’ll begin…Read More →
This week, Tracy Playle has been down in at the University of Leicester speaking at the annual CASE Europe Alumni Relations Institute.
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As marketing and communications professionals, we often have key messages that we need to communicate on behalf of our organisation or clients. But are these messages of interest to our audience? How can we make …Read More →
Our recent sector research showed us that content strategies are an important focus for the education sector this year – that’s why February is all about content strategy at Pickle Jar.
With that in mind, I’ve …Read More →
I’m currently working on the content strategy for the new Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute’s website, a project we’re working on along with our partners NewCity in the USA. Like every website Read More →
After the 2013 Superbowl Oreo were declared as the “social media winners” of the event thanks to their “You can still dunk in the dark” tweet. This off-the-cuff creation took advantage of the 34-minute …Read More →
Last month, the Pickle Jar blog focussed on audience research, and this month, we’re moving on to look more closely at content strategy.
So what is it?
Content strategy is a relatively new term in relation to …Read More →
The start of a new year is traditionally time for earnest resolutions, renewed effort and a drive to try different things. That’s how it’s been for us at Pickle Jar, and we’ve had a busy January …Read More →
We made a major announcement for the Museum this morning, 29 Jan. For us it’s the beginning of an exciting and very ambitious 25 year plan to redevelop the Museum. We knew it would be controversial but we also know that what we have planned is incredibly important.Read More →