Content strategists come from a variety of backgrounds and talents, and have developed the skill set that it takes to succeed in the field we now call content strategy. It’s not a matter of knowing which tools to use – after all, the music is not in the violin, but the musician.
If you want to work as a content strategist, which of your existing skills can you leverage, and what skills do you need to gain? What area of content strategy do you want to work in, and how do you move into that area?
This slide deck was part of a webinar series sponsored by MindTouch.
MindTouch creates software that can help you build social communities around your product and user assistance documentation. For more information on how MindTouch can help you deliver exceptional and engaging product help experiences, contact MindTouch at email@example.com or visit them on the web at www.mindtouch.com.
You can learn more about content strategy by visiting Rahel Bailie's blog: www.intentionaldesign.ca.
To contact Scott Abel: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, check out his blog: www.thecontentwrangler.com.
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