Another one of the best capabilities of Evoq Content, is the Content handling, approvals and publishing. Custom workflows allow you to create and apply approval processes uniquely to different pages within the site. This provides granular control so that HR can edit their own content, but before it's published it routes through their department VP, then onto a final copy Editor before being published. The next feature is the Social publishing of content, being able to push published content up to your Facebook, LinkedIn feeds and more. Most of us involved in SEO find this an incredibly helpful automated process. Our final favorite feature is called Liquid Content. This feature allows you to define content types, a person's contact, BIO, social links for example. You can then create a UI where users can create their own profiles, and that form, created via a Visualizer, would then populate each person's information. On another page, you might create a visualizer that displays a person's info as a member directory entry, another page as an email label, another page with an organization chart. It allows you to access the content types from any page, and display it in many different ways.