We Create Business Assets Out of Content Chaos
If you're in health care, insurance, financial services, or another highly regulated field, you don't need a copywriter. You don't need another marketer. You need professionals who understand the complex problems you face, and who can help you reach your customers with the information they need to make wise decisions.
You need content strategy.
About Creek Content
Creek Content focuses on content strategy and information architecture for organizations in highly regulated fields like health care and financial services. We speak both tech and marketing, but we live in the no-man’s-land between the two.
Recent Creek Content projects include the development and implementation of the content strategy for a personal health and wellness app, and rebuilding the taxonomy for an event-focused mobile app.
Founded in 2009, Creek Content approaches content with a strategic mindset, as well as with tactics that give you the information you need to make wise decisions. We specialize in viewing your content from your customer’s perspective, helping you see and remove the barriers that stall them.
Above all, we help you treat your content as a business asset, so that it works harder for you.
We live and work in Nashville, Tennessee, but we can work with you wherever you are.
Content strategy is both a mindset and a set of tools. It requires you to treat your content like a business asset — and then recommends best practices to manage your work from then on. Whether your project is a website, a marketing project and/or software product development, content strategy will make your work more effective.
Our consultants work with you to understand your business as well as you do, analyze your content and processes, then help you make changes to be as effective as possible.
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Chances are, we've heard your content problem before. We've probably solved it before.
Hate your CMS? Can't feed the beast enough copy? Don't know what you need to do about video? Developing a product—and you know you need content at the table early, but don't know what that means?
We've heard it all, and we can help.