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5 Important Questions About Content Reuse

Posted at 8:39PM Monday 07 Apr 2014

For many years publishers created content, used it once, and never considered its value beyond that initial use. Some publishers created remixes in the print-only era but everyone needs to explore content reuse in the digital age. At its heart, reuse leads to additional ROI on your initial content investment.

There are several questions publishers need to consider before they embark on a content reuse initiative. Here are five of the most important ones to answer:

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