Optimize Connectivity Between Your Content and Customers

It's clear that e-commerce is a determining factor in a brand's success. Digital is no longer just a medium to build an audience and connect with your customers—it's where purchases are happening. So how can brands empower customers with various types of content in all of the places they expect it?

This webinar will explore how to efficiently coordinate and automate steps in your content supply chain to get your content to where it needs to be. The result: meaningful, connected experiences for your customers.

Join us to learn:

  • How to organize content for access, findability, and discoverability
  • Ways to optimize your content for use and repurposing
  • What it takes to deliver meaningful and connected customer experiences
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KEY DETAILS

  • Date: September 9, 2021
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Presenter: Nate Holmes
  • Sponsor: Widen
  • Topic: Content
  • Price: $0

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THIS SPONSORED WEBINAR FEATURES:

Nate Holmes

Nate Holmes is a product marketing manager at Widen, where he helps organizations simplify how brand, marketing, and product content is organized, accessed, and delivered to market.

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Sponsored by Widen
Founded in 1948, Widen helps brands deliver content with confidence. Its cloud-based DAM and PIM software, the Widen Collective®, empowers marketers to bring content together, send it anywhere, and automate in-between. Visit Widen to see why it's trusted by hundreds of world-class brands.