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A brief history of content strategy

Content strategy is a new ‘old thing’, as old as publishing itself, so it’s potentially a foolhardy exercise to lay down a history – although we won’t let that stop us, oh no! (Scroll down for our timeline of key markers, …
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How do you localise content for a global audience?

Last week, Firehead CEO CJ Walker blogged her review of CS Applied 2011, the content strategy conference held in London last month. As web content recruiters for clients in Europe, and having to operate in a number of languages, we …
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