Structured content

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Structured content is information or content that is organized in a predictable way[1] and is usually classified with metadata. XML is a common storage format, but structured content can also be stored in other standard or proprietary formats.

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  1. ^ "Content Strategy 101". Content Strategy 101. Scriptorium. Retrieved June 30, 2015.