Digital Asset Management Links — May 11, 2018

content management links May 11, 2018

When was the last time you evaluated your taxonomy? If it’s been awhile, you might want to take a look at it to see if it’s still working. Here are five signs that your taxonomy needs to be updated. – CMSWire

And if you’d like to dive deeper into taxonomy, The Accidental Taxonomist has an article for you. It goes over the difference between hierarchical and associative relationships in taxonomy and how they can be beneficial. But, ultimately, the way to decide which one is right to use is the one that works best for your users. – The Accidental Taxonomist

“The DAM Book 3.0” has been completely released. The book is focused on the connected media ecosystem and how connectivity increases as your photos move through their lifecycle. – The DAM Book

Are you still on the fence about adopting digital asset management system? Or maybe you know how it could benefit your organization, but others still aren’t sure. This article provides a great argument for the adoption of a DAM system and how it’s critical for your content and your brand. – CMSWire

Here’s a look back at the Henry Stewart New York conference. The founder of Real Story Group wrote this article about the trends that he saw at the conference and why he thinks these make DAM “officially martech.” Do you agree with his analysis or did you notice other trends at the conference? – LinkedIn

Speaking of Henry Stewart New York, here’s a presentation from the conference. If you didn’t get to attend or you missed this presentation, it’s a great time to catch up. This presentation is called “The Continued Evolution of DAMs in the Nonprofit Sector” and one of the presenters is a DAM champ on our site. – SlideShare

And lastly, Another DAM Podcast has been released. This month it’s with Ron Gill, a digital asset manager with over 10 years of experience. Listen to him discuss how he got involved with DAM, the challenges he faces, and what advice he would give others in DAM. – Another DAM Podcast

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