For marketing agencies and the like, stress from working with third parties in the creative equation is something very familiar. It’s important for all organizations to establish a set of processes to provide a more efficient way to work and a sense of control over the work being done.
Contrary to what some suppliers and service providers may believe, it is important not to get caught up in the number of clients you work with. Rather, your focus should be on the quality of your clients, as well as whether or not both parties see the value in working together.
Every project manager worth their salt knows that (1) time is essential and (2) being organized makes the the task of handling projects much easier. Unclear deliverables and emails to sort out — with time pressure on top of all that — will definitely result in a major headache, not just for you but also for your client/s and team members as well.
In our previous installment, we established that content marketing has made some drastic changes over the last few decades, and along with it, the way we construct content has evolved as well. Incidentally, this is where the concept of the so-called pillar content comes in.