Should your company have a Chief Content Officer?
Who is the Chief Content Officer in your company?
I ask the question because it is a role that is increasingly common, particularly in the US.
In case it is new to you, a CCO is the single person who is responsible for the whole company’s content output. He or she marshalls a company’s internal army of writers, bloggers, technologists and amateur film-makers ensuring that everything that is posted in the company’s name is of a quality and relevance that customers would expect.
And in this age of instant publishing and information-hungry, Google-happy buyers, the content made available is vital to maintaining a share in the market and a presence in the hearts, minds and bookmarks of the target audience. So I thought it was about time we asked (and answered) the question: what benefits does a CCO actually bring to a B2B organisation?
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