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* What does a system that handles massive amounts of information look like?
* How can a system be created that understands each piece of information and guides authors to easily contribute to a growing outline of knowledge?
* How can a single system produce a wide range of well-targeted custom publications from the same information base?
* How can automation and systematization of information happen without endangering the relationship between an author and her audience?
* What are the steps and processes you need to create such a system?
* How can this system serve an organization's overall business goals and future initiatives?
* How do I transform content to fit the various distribution methods such as web, print, handhelds and others?
This title is a must have for readers who have felt the pain of too much content and not enough system to handle it. For those who have tried and failed to "tame the information beast," the Content Management Bible is a godsend.
This book, while a long read, clearly explains the strategy and tactics for content management. It is very detailed, but presented in common, understandable language. Read morePublished on September 4, 2013 by Kindle Customer
If you have any need to know about content management, document management or information management,
buy this book! Read more
I am working with a company to design and manage their new CMS system, and this book really got me off on the right foot. Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by C. Masters
This book is a required textbook for my online graduate publishing course at Pace University. I have enjoyed the book and the wealth of information it provides. Read morePublished on March 22, 2006 by S. Covey
Good book. It's clear, very well organized and planned book. It's a complete guide and knowledge repository for those who want to start understanding the Content Management... Read morePublished on March 18, 2006 by Jeder Goncalves
Even the smallest Web site requires some form of content management. File system directories and informal sharing across publications are sufficient for small sites. Read morePublished on October 27, 2004 by deBeaujeu
As a favor to another professor, Bob Boiko once taught a couple of sessions of a class I took at the University of Washington's iSchool. Read morePublished on September 27, 2003