From highly localized content experiences that include translations and audience-specific variations, to deconstructing your content assets into small modular components for better re-use and efficiency, complex content challenges are solvable with the right publishing platform.
With more time of our everyday lives spent online, customers are pushing back against how data is collected and the ways it's used by digital marketers and advertisers. Find out here how brands and businesses can build trust with their audiences while continuing to aggregate meaningful data to improve and present the right digital experiences.
It’s no secret that personalized content goes a long way when connecting to your target audience. With the ultimate goal of having those connections converted into sales, one key component of personalizing the experience with your audience—and making that sale—is localized content.
Digital marketers need to start preparing for changes to how data is gathered via third-party cookies. To help, we gathered a panel of industry experts to discuss how advertisers can navigate a landscape stripped of third-party cookies.
Personalized digital experiences are more important than ever. If you can deliver a positive user experience—one that feels personal and customized—you keep and grow your audience.
Lucy Collins, Senior Product Manager, Brightspot
I was surprised to see how easy it is to reach an audience that speaks 40 different languages. That would be an enormously complicated and expensive task using traditional language translation services, but advanced content management platforms like Brightspot bring language translation right in and bring a workflow to it so that it works easily.
Dion Hinchcliffe, VP and Principal Analyst, Constellation Research
Personalization strategies are evolving quickly. As customers spend more time online, they have matured in terms of their expectations. It used to be exciting if the subject line was personalized with our first name, but now we are way past that. We expect personalization to be omni-channel and to get consistent messaging right across all our interactions with a brand.
Meredith Rodkey, Product VP, Brightspot
Special Olympics and Brightspot recently launched multi-site websites for Special Olympics Tennessee and Special Olympics Virginia, equipping them with tools to restructure the information architecture to make it easier for athletes, caregivers, coaches, volunteers, and prospective donors to find the content they need.
In today’s increasingly competitive marketplace, delivering personalized customer experiences is no longer a nice to have—it’s an expectation. Consumers gravitate toward the brands that recognize them as individuals at every step of their journey.
With customer demand growing for online retail services, especially with the COVID-19 pandemic, eCommerce brands need to be present for every step along the customer journey. Here are four strategies for success plus the tools you need to deliver the most effective eCommerce content experiences.
Providing content to customers and users that proves not only valuable, but also consistent, with your brand helps to build and maintain brand exposure across important channels and reinforce messaging that boosts engagement. Here are some tips for ways to map content on your website to the customer journey.
From audience segmentation to federated search, these are the technical considerations to keep in mind when selecting the ideal platform for your corporate intranet.
Your intranet should be the primary touchpoint you have with your most critical stakeholders: your employees. Whether you’re starting from scratch or overhauling an outdated system, here are the specific features that will empower you to create a best-in-class intranet.
For sites where login and authentication are part of the business model—meaning a site visitor registers to become a user of the site—Brightspot also treats those users as objects.
Brightspot’s primary goal is getting assets published live within the CMS, but what happens to those assets after publish — on the front end of the website — is equally important.
With Brightspot, editorial teams are empowered to deliver unique and engaging personalized experiences for their audiences via a simple three-step process.