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Managing content is like packing a camper

Image of camper for blog post by Bonnie Nicholls, freelance writer of case studies, white papers and articles.

I recently took a trip in my camper. To make sure everything went smoothly before, during and after, I made lists of what to bring, gathered stuff, packed the camper, checked off lists, tested equipment, and so on.

Planning for content is similar. Without an internal system to track your content, things can get away from you. Attachments get misplaced. Version control is insane. Deadlines are missed.

That’s where project management tools for content come in. These tools allow everyone on your team to view the same document, provide comments, attach new versions, upload the art that will accompany the content, etc.

If you’re not using a project management tool for content, read my reviews  of three that are popular now: ProWorkFlow, Desk-Net, and Basecamp. You might also enjoy these reviews from Mashable , HubSpot, and Scoro about different project management tools.

Need help with content or know someone who does? Let me know. I’d love to help you with your content needs.

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Bonnie Nicholls
Bonnie Nicholls is a freelance writer specializing in thought leadership content: case studies, articles, white papers/ebooks and blog posts. She supports industries such as Agile/Scrum, defense and leadership training.