By Sara Wachter-Boettcher, Eva Lotta Lamm
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It calls this approach, quite aptly, COPE: Create Once, Publish Everywhere. 1. 1 NPR舗s COPE model gets content onto multiple NPR websites and mobile products, as well as to its member stations. As you舗ll see more of in Chapter 3, this approach has had a number of benefits for NPR and its member stations, including better content in more places, less duplication of editorial efforts, higher consistency, more control over quality, and easier story updates. That doesn舗t mean it舗s perfect. For example, it舗s primarily been a one-way system so far.
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Armed with knowledge and backed by her passion for content, Krznarich jumped into action. She refined the ASU Online voice. She launched recurring features profiling current students. She started curating relevant news from outside sources. She pulled program descriptions from the main campus舗s assets and revised them for the Online campus舗s audience. Krznarich was getting busy, and not in the recreational way. But the content was good, and the analytics were even better: In the first quarter after the site launched, information requests were up nearly 57 percent over the same period the prior year舒and those visitors requesting information were doing so nearly a minute faster than before.
Content Everywhere by Sara Wachter-Boettcher, Eva Lotta Lamm