When a professional team builds a structured regime of how content will be produced and delivered, it is often referred to as a content workflow. When you have a concise production path, content ends up coming out quicker while maintaining its quality level. Due to the ability to build revisions ahead of time, the content is also much less likely to involve errors that are often seen in content that is produced on a more lax basis.
- A content workflow is a plan that makes content creation faster, easier to track, and less prone to error.
- The plan lists the person ultimately responsible for the content, the stages of production, and the tools and resources for each stage.
- Task management software and tools for image editing, infographics and video are all useful.
“You can write your content workflow up in a document, draw it as a flowchart, or create a project template in your task management software of choice. So long as you have it recorded somewhere, that’s fine.”
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