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Clean URLs for a Better Search Engine Ranking

Search engines are often key to the successful promotion and running of your website. Read more on how clean URLs can influence your ranking and how clean URLs can be achieved for dynamic applications.

Opitz, Pascal. Content with Style (2005). Articles>Computing>Content Management>Search Engine Optimization


The Cloud, Mobile, and Their Impact on Technical Communication

The way in which we compute has been changing over the last three or four years. In fact, I think I can safely say that what many people are doing now isn’t computing in the traditional sense of the word. And this move is going to have an effect on technical communication.

Nesbitt, Scott. DMN Communications (2011). Articles>Documentation>Content Management>Cloud Computing


Orbital Content

Bookmarklet apps like Instapaper and Readability point to a future where content is no longer stuck in websites, but floats in orbit around users. And we’re halfway there. Content shifting lets a user take content from one context (e.g. your website) to another (e.g. Instapaper). Before content can be shifted, it must be correctly identified, uprooted from its source, and tied to a user. But content shifting, as powerful as it is, is only the beginning. Discover what’s possible when content is liberated.

Koczon, Cameron. List Apart, A (2011). Articles>Web Design>Content Management>Cloud Computing


Will Cloud Computing Change DITA Content Management?

Will users one day see a cafeteria buffet of choices for CM solutions on the cloud? Will the partnership of SharePoint, Content Technologies and Schema Logic drive CCM out of the tech docs group and into the central IT department or the cloud? Will this allow the principles of intelligent content design and component content management to move beyond tech docs and into other areas of business communications?

Emerson, Glenn. G. Emerson Consulting (2010). Articles>Content Management>DITA>Cloud Computing

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