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The Content Management Handbook

Macgregor, George (2007) The Content Management Handbook. [Review]

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Abstract

It goes without saying that some comprehensive books already exist in the area of content management, most notably the Content Management Bible (Boiko, 2004). Yet, for many, the idea of 'content management' remains a relatively new concept and there is consequently much advice to share when it comes to how best to develop a content strategy or implement a content management system. When compared to the likes of Boiko's 1170 page Bible, the Content Management Handbook is a relatively slim volume at 139 pages (not including references), and rather than competing with Boiko et al, author Martin White purports to complement such books.