“…I suppose in the end the reason why there are so few books is that Bob Boiko said most of it in the Content Management Bible…”(Information World Review, June 2003)
From the Publisher
As the Information Age dawns, the information at our disposal expands haphazardly. The opportunities for targeting and distributing information expand too, but are left unexploited for lack of an organized approach. The Content Management Bible answers these key questions about the system readers might employ to control the expansion of information and organize targeting and distribution:
* 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.