COPE is a common practice and short for create once, publish everywhere. It helps with what is called semantic metadata which, in everyday people-words, means: the most relevant and accurate keywords used to describe your business, product and/or service. In this article, you'll see some examples of how COPE is used.
Content Strategy: Other than NPR, what are some examples of C.O.P.E. (create once, publish everywhere) in practice?
Answer (1 of 4): COPE is a goal, but semantic metadata and web as database are the most effective means, and the more granular that metadata is applied at the content component level, the better to be able to dynamically assemble and reassemble content and make it accessible to machines via the w...
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