A major bottleneck in content programs is a lack of alignment on content expectations. This content brief template helps all stakeholders — SEOs, writers, and marketing leads — align on things like keyword requirements, brand & audience settings, content structure, visual elements, and more. A well-crafted content brief keeps projects on track, guards against frustrating rewrites, and keeps everyone happy.
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