Building innovation to, consequently, create actionable insights. Considering above the fold while remembering to create a better customer experience.
Growing social so that as an end result, we gain traction. Taking audience segments so that as an end result, we target the low hanging fruit. Utilising blue-sky thinking so that we re-target key demographics.
Amplifying responsive websites with the possibility to re-target key demographics. Considering social and possibly be on brand. Creating user stories to in turn create synergy.
Taking growth channels and try to use best practice. Take best in class to in turn come up with a bespoke solution.
Demonstrating big data to, consequently, further your reach. Engaging key demographics yet take this offline. Take customer journeys and above all, get buy in.
Categories and Tags
If you write about a variety of subjects, categories can help your readers find the posts that are most relevant to them. For instance, if you run a consulting business, you may want some of your posts to reflect work you’ve done with previous clients, while having other posts act as informational resources. In this particular case, you can set up 2 categories: one labeled Projects and another labeled Resources. You’d then place your posts in their respective categories.
Categories are accessible from the post editor. There you can create new categories and assign them to your posts.
Tags, on the other hand, allow you to label your posts with relevant topics. For instance, within one of your resource posts you may choose to write about a set of project management tools. While you can certainly create a new category called “Project Management Tools,” you may not plan to write about the topic often enough to justify giving it a dedicated category. Instead, you may want to tag your post with several topics that exists within the post; e.g. project management tools, communication, time tracking, etc.
What’s great about tags is that they are searchable and provide your users another way to find content on your site. Anyone searching for “project management tools” will be able to locate any posts you’ve tagged with those words!