Your Customers Value Content. We Do, Too.

At Content Rules, we combine strategy, optimization, and development to maximize the effectiveness of your content and meet your business needs.

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Content Is Everywhere. Quality Content…Well, That’s a Little Harder to Find.

We deliver complete, high quality content services, on time and on budget.

Content Rules by the Numbers

The number of delighted clients we have on our roster. Trust us to help your company seize the competitive advantage through content.

The year Content Rules was founded. Since then, we’ve provided content strategy, optimization, and development services to many of the world’s most innovative and successful companies.

The number of projects we’ve completed to help companies set global content strategy, optimize content for a worldwide audience, and develop effective content that gets results.

customers

The Only Way to Deliver Personalized Experiences at Scale Is to Standardize Your Content.

That’s right: standardization enables personalization. We call this brain-twister The Personalization Paradox. To meet your customers where they want you to be, you’ve got to change how you “do” content. This book shows you how.

Book cover for The Personalization Paradox

from our blog

How to Create a Unified Content Experience

How to Create a Unified Content Experience

Raise your hand if you think content silos are ever going away. Yah. I didn’t raise mine either. After decades (literally) of talking about silos, calmly and not so calmly explaining to people why they are problematic, and advocating for their demise, I have come to...

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Getting Granular with eCTD v4.0

Getting Granular with eCTD v4.0

We talk a lot about the goal of enterprise content strategy for pharma: to help speed up the process of making safe, effective medicines. One part of achieving that goal is to get content through regulatory approval faster. To speed up review and approval, pharma...

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Solving the XML Authoring Conundrum for Pharma

Solving the XML Authoring Conundrum for Pharma

“We cannot change the authoring experience.” This, more than anything else, is the message we used to be told (and still hear often) when we suggest a component-based structured authoring environment for medical writers at pharmaceutical companies. The authoring...

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