What is a Content Inventory about?
Creating a Content Inventory is about putting together an index of a website’s or application’s content. There can be different reasons for conducting it, but basically it helps to identify what content is available on the website or inside the application. Overall, it enables you to see the “whole picture” of a digital service or product, taking into account each piece of the content.
- How to Conduct A Content Audit (the terms they apply are a bit confusing — audit vs. inventory, otherwise it is a great resouce, they even offer a downloadable template)
- Content Inventory
- Creating a Content Inventory: A Journey Through the Five Stages of Grief
- Content Inventory + Content Audit: Why Would You Do One Without The Other?
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