You made it! You finally got “content strategy” added to your job description. You’ve convinced your organization it’s important and you’re ready to get started. Bring on the content audits, page templates, and copy decks.
Except: What does a content template look like? And how do you create a gap analysis? When Kim Marques joined Liberty Mutual five years ago, she asked herself the same questions—so she started making stuff up. In this session, Kim shared the lessons she learned about documenting and presenting content strategy recommendations, and creating deliverables that help other people do their jobs more effectively.
This session covered:
What some of the most common types of content strategy deliverables are, what they look like, and the purpose each of them serve
How to determine which deliverables are appropriate for your project or organization
How to create documents that help other people complete their parts of the project more effectively