Adobe Experience Manager Content Editing Best Practices

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AEM Content Editing ebook on tablet and physical copy

Content editing plays a key role in website management and operations, and companies have anywhere from a single person to hundreds of people in this role.

For content editors, knowing how best to use the content tools at your disposal can be the difference between a high-performing content team that supercharges marketing, or having a team that lags and doesn't meet expectations. By following AEM content editing best practices, you can streamline your content management process, enhance user experience, uphold content quality, and foster better collaboration within your team. Together, these practices contribute to a stronger and more influential digital presence for your organization.

When it comes to content editing in AEM, it is crucial to understand the fundamental roles that promote effective content editing. The specific roles and responsibilities may differ based on the organization's size, structure, and complexity of the AEM implementation. However, the following fundamental roles should be present in any AEM project:

  • Visitor

  • Content Author or Editor

  • Template Author

  • System Administrator

  • Developer

  • Digital Asset Manager

  • Marketer

The first part of this ebook focuses on best practices for maximizing the effectiveness of content authors.

In the second section, we will offer advice on using editorial tools and creating content to provide a positive and consistent visitor experience.