No April Fools to be found here as we start another new month. Robert’s already covered that. Instead, I bring to you the next instalment in our year-long calendar of topics relating …Read More →
Posts in the Category: Strategy and Planning
This month on the Pickle Jar blog we’ll be looking at the idea of an omniplatform approach to content creation – making sure that you use all the channels you have in an integrated way to …Read More →
When you have presence on numerous social platforms, it can be frustrating when one isn’t getting as much attention as the others.
Do you want the audience on your most popular social media platform to see …Read More →
It’s been a busy month for Pickle Jar. Are you sitting comfortably? Then we’ll begin…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 →
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 →
Audience research is essential in order to understand and communicate with your audience. This blog post looks at the different methods you can use.Read More →
According to our recent sector research, content strategies are high on the education sector’s agenda for 2015. We’ve been developing digital content strategies for the education sector since we were founded in 2007, so we …Read More →
When developing a digital content strategy for your education or research organisation, you could easily be forgiven to focus your attention just on the content that you are going to publish online.
However, when developing …Read More →