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Create a taxonomy for
your digital library!

A Complete Guide to Corporate Taxonomy | by Pics.io

Give a clear structure to your digital library

Do you want to find a better way to organise your digital storage?

No matter how big your team is, sooner or later you come to realize that you need a better way to manage your digital library. Uploading, finding, and sharing files is much easier if you have a clear, meaningful structure. A company-wide taxonomy is the key! Implementing basic principles of metadata management & document classification will help you organize your diverse digital content and transform it into an efficient searchable system.

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Who will benefit the most from this e-book?

  • Businesses that generate and process lots of digital media

  • Marketers who want to make the most of company marketing materials

  • Content managers who need to find and reuse corporate assets really fast

  • Teams that want to streamline their digital content management

You will learn:

  • What is taxonomy and why it’s important for your business;

  • 4 basic steps for taxonomy development & implementation

  • Lots of useful tips about keywords, file naming policies, and metadata management

  • Best practices of document classification

  • Fresh ideas for fast faceted search in your digital library

 

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I think the book is quite useful, especially for those people who work in team. Organizing of digital resources is less popular, but still an important part of time-management, so it is good that there is a special book about it. Veronika Tanaeva
freelance game-designer

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