Example of a Content Taxonomy

Content Taxonomies allow you to group together Content Tags and their values. A taxonomy is a logical classification/structure of tags, which your content creators will use to label their kontextURLs for segmented reporting. Your content creators will be limited to using only those Tags and Values designated for them by the Taxonomy. Create different taxonomies for specific departments, campaigns or other logical groupings of Tags based on your organizational structure. Note: You must create tags before they can be added to a Taxonomy.

Here is a common example of a Content Taxonomy:

Taxonomy Name: Influencer Campaign


  • Influencer
  • Campaign
  • Channel
  • Content Type

Learn how to create a Taxonomy here. 



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