We live in a world awash with content. Many organizations, however, still create new content for every newsworthy event despite having archives filled to the brim. Leading media brands know the power of timeliness over timestamp. Such brands give new life to their archives by resurfacing stories time and again. They act as valuable curators, directing readers to the content they should read today. In fact, 50% of The Atlantic's traffic comes to content not created in that month – underscoring the enduring relevance of cover stories like “What ISIS Really Wants.” Morales will discuss how any organization can dig into their own archives to resurface what matters most, when it matters most.
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