IntelligenceBank shows the value a healthy DAM program can provide to teams beyond marketing in this informative blog. Check it out to see which use cases apply to your organization in ways you may not have thought of before.
You may have heard the term "taxonomy" thrown around as you began building your DAM program and been confused or lost as to what it meant. Read more below to understand the definition of taxonomies and how to build them.
You may know that your organization needs a healthy, scalable DAM program, but convincing others that the time and money required to build it is worth it can be difficult. We lay out some best practices for building buy-in across the business of the value of DAM.
Video content is some of the most shared and viewed in today's marketplace. This means that the high-quality video assets in your library are among some of the most valuable. Make sure that you capitalize on this value by implementing a robust DAM program into your business.
Driving traffic to your website has become a science and full-time job in and of itself. Algorithms change, as does the language your target market uses to search for and find your content. Learn how the principles of digital asset management can help your team gain understanding on how to improve your website's SEO ranking.
In this webinar, we join IntelligenceBank's Suzie Fountain, Customer Success Team Lead, to talk about how to manage your DAM. Maddy Synoground and Andrea Barrera, our DAM Managers, discuss how to plan, set-up and manage your DAM to ensure you are getting the most out of it.
Need to gain better control over the objects in your collection and the digital assets related to them? DAM can help! Read here to learn how building a DAM program can enable your archive team to increase efficiency and spend more time doing what they love.
Anyone who has spent an afternoon cleaning out their downloads folder knows that file names matter. Creating a standard convention, applying them, and managing them is complex, though. Learn the best practices for file naming here!
Ever wished Marie Kondo could gain some digital asset management expertise overnight to help you organize your DAM system? This article aims to be the next most useful thing by applying Kondo's 6 rules for Tidying Up to the world of DAM.
Sharing files is a vital piece of almost every workflow nowadays, especially in the era of remote work. Learn here how to share files securely and effectively no matter what systems you use through DAM processes and best practices.
Consulting for any field can be a large financial and time investment. Make sure that investment is worthwhile by taking a few steps beforehand and identifying the perfect time to bring in third-party expertise.
With branding efforts growing increasingly important to customer engagement and retention, and depending more and more on compelling content, digital asset management practices also grow in importance. Use these resources to optimize your DAM program to ensure a flourishing brand.
Like the process of buying, building, placing, and decorating a new bookshelf, planning and building a new DAM system takes preparation. Here are 5 steps to make that process faster and easier on your team.
Product Information Management (PIM) and Digital Asset Management (DAM) systems are vitally important to most organizations. Ensure that your teams and information are unified and working together towards achieving your goals by learning how these two systems integrate seamlessly.
Stock images are used by many organizations across a multitude of use cases. They can be expensive and may not fit your brand identity and voice, however. Read how an effective DAM program can lead to reduced usage of stock images and save your brand money.
With a proper DAM program, there are many built-in lines of defense against off-brand content reaching the marketplace. A formal asset approval process, however, all but guarantees this doesn't happen. Learn how to built that process here.
Where do you even begin getting users to use your DAM platform more or optimizing your program to ensure it works well and maximizes the value of your digital assets? These content analytics, available through many DAM platforms, can get you started on that journey.
You may have heard the terms "upstream" and "downstream" when discussing your organization's creative workflows. In this article, we clear the air about what those terms mean and how they relate to the lifecycle of your assets.
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to look at one number to quickly know whether something is wrong with your DAM program? With a DAM health score, you can quickly diagnose issues and deploy resources to fix them. Here's how to build it.
Folders are something we all know how to use and manage, but what about a system that doesn't use them? As folderless interfaces and systems gain traction, learn their benefits, challenges, and a few tips for implementing and managing them effectively.
Have you ever wondered what goes into creating a file name that not only contains helpful information but helps to organize your assets the right way? Wonder no longer. Read more to find out the 8 components of an effective file naming convention.
Applying keyword tags to your digital assets is vital for the efficiency of your workflows, but takes time, energy, and consistency. To make this process easy on your users and the system easier to manage, implement a controlled vocabulary for your metadata!
Are you relying on technology designed for communication or project management to handle digital asset management duties? Odds are it's slowing you down. Learn how a scalable DAM program can save your creative team precious time.
Do you feel alone in your struggles to manage your organization's valuable digital assets? We've got a secret for you: You're not. Find out what the most common issues organizations of all shapes and sizes face and how we've seen them overcome them.
The process of culling is one that photographers of any skill level are all too familiar with. In a perfect world, every capture is perfectly in focus, our compositions follow every rule to the T, and our subjects never have to blink.