Easy licensing for direct access to Shutterstock’s incredible collection of photography, illustrations, vectors, video, cinemographs and music content is now available right within Watson Content Hub. Use advanced AI search capabilities to find the right content, every time — include it in all your digital touch points including emails, social posts, web or mobile. It is now faster and easier to create exciting, fresh and engaging experiences more quickly than ever before.
IBM® Watson® Content Hub helps you to locate and manage your content in one place with a user-friendly interface and inline help that gets you started more quickly. This content management system (CMS) stores and delivers content, and is not attached to a delivery environment such as a website. It delivers content via a rich application programming interface (API) that front-end developers can use to publish to multiple endpoints. This type of CMS is helpful for omnichannel delivery.
This CMS can be integrated with IBM Watson Campaign Automation so customers can quickly find and reuse digital assets across websites, emails and more delivering a consistent brand experiences across multiple marketing channels.
This CMS helps content authors manage large repositories of content and provides automated tagging using the Watson Visual Recognition tool and other services to analyze images and documents that you upload. It analyzes content metadata and proposes tags from a library of thousands of concepts, objects, colors, ages, genders, etc. to more easily find the content that you need. Users can dismiss the tags if they don’t like them and add their own.
All of the IBM Watson Content Hub features are exposed via swagger-compliant Representational State Transfer (REST) application programming interfaces (APIs). It lets you more easily integrate content and content management functions inside your applications.
This CMS presents the right display of images for a multichannel brand experience that is consistent across customer touch points, whether mobile, tablet or wearable with automatically generated image renditions.