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Unlocking the Potential of Content Fragments in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) by Divanshu Goyal

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Content fragments in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) can be a saviour by providing a way to manage and reuse content across multiple channels and touchpoints. Content fragments allow content authors to create and manage chunks of reusable content that can be easily integrated into web pages, emails, mobile apps, and other digital experiences. This can save time and effort by eliminating the need to manually copy and paste content between different channels, and it can also ensure consistency and accuracy of the content across all touchpoints.
Key points to understand content fragments :
1. Reuse and consistency of content: Content fragments allow for the creation of reusable chunks of content that can be easily integrated into web pages, emails, mobile apps, and other digital experiences. This can save time and effort by eliminating the need to manually copy and paste content between different channels, and it can also ensure consistency and accuracy of the content across all touchpoints.
2. Efficient content creation and management: By using content fragments, organizations can streamline their content creation and management processes. Content fragments can be created, edited, and approved independently of the pages or templates they will be used in, which allows for more efficient workflows and collaboration among content authors, editors, and marketers.
3. Personalization and targeting of content: Content fragments can be used for personalization and targeting of content to specific audiences. By creating variations of a content fragment, an organization can target different audiences with tailored content without having to create new pages or templates.

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