Any serious online publisher and blogger knows that a publishing workflow is essential for survival – it’s what enables us to push out content consistently and with speed enabling the blog to stay competitive and fresh in a very wide and growing competitive landscape.
Even if you aren’t an editor of a news blog or having to manage multiple authors and posts a day, you also have a personal workflow that suits your needs – I bet it could be improved though!
Jake Goldman of 10up shared this presentation at the recent CMS Expo 2013 and it’s worth a look, especially his use of specific plugins and techniques:
The video is his slides – it would be great to capture the audio if it becomes available in the future.
This presentation, delivered at CMS Expo 2013, combines captivating case studies that will broaden your sense of what’s possible with a look at off-the-shelf plug-ins and tools like Edit Flow that you can put to work immediately to improve your publishing workflows.
From managing unique layouts like a grid or interactive map, to curating reader-submitted or ingested content, to staging big changes, we’ll wrap our heads around tools and methods that keep your site beautiful – without the headaches.
Plugins that he mentions:
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