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13 Things You Should Include in Your Intranet Content Strategy that Will Save You Time, Effort, and Money

When building an intranet, there are many things that need to be taken into consideration to ensure that you and your staff are staying on track. One of the most important things warranting focus is your intranet content strategy ... the types of content you're presenting on your intranet. Indeed, there are countless different routes to take when putting together a plan for content creation, but some needs are essential for any type of organization. The following examples can help push your intranet in a forward direction.

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13 Things You Should Include in Your Intranet Content Strategy that Will Save You Time, Effort, and Money

  1. 1. 13 Things You Should Include in Your that Will Save You Time, Effort, and Money INTRANET CONTENT STRATEGY
  2. 2. 1. Properly Filled Out Employee Profiles Employee profiles give colleagues a better sense of each other and help identify experts within an organization. But they only work if they’re filled out in detail.>
  3. 3. 2. Tutorials, Step-by-Step Guides, How-to's Make sure members know how to properly utilize use your intranet. Create in-depth tutorials that address all areas, spaces, and features they’ll be using.>
  4. 4. 3. Tags & Metadata to Aid in Searching Make sure you can perform a search that will allow you to recall helpful information. Tag every piece of content and use search terms that make sense.>
  5. 5. 4. Boilerplate Documents & Templates Outfit your intranet with boilerplate documents that can be used as a basis 
 for your content. Tailor them to fit your organization’s voice.>
  6. 6. 5. Company News & Announcements With internal blogging, you can share the latest company info with employees. Be as consistent as possible with how and when you post blog content internally.>
  7. 7. 6. Quick & Meaningful Status Updates Make use of your intranet's news feed. Update it on a regular basis with information related to company happenings, achievements, and everything in-between.>
  8. 8. 7. Product and Service Documentation Chances are you have a lot of documentation. Product and service materials should all be uploaded to your social intranet, so your staff has access to them when needed.>
  9. 9. 8. Forums, Q&A, Help Desk, Troubleshooting Create a "Q&A" space where employees can freely ask questions about things they may not understand. Organize info and provide effective responses.>
  10. 10. 9. Archived Content, Projects, & Materials Archived materials and old documents shouldn't sit in a filing cabinet. Free up some office space and upload them 
 to your social intranet.>
  11. 11. 10. Employee Policies & Handbook Outline your employee policies and upload them to the social community where they 
 can be recalled at any moment. Be as detailed as possible.>
  12. 12. 11. Water Cooler Discussions Focus on the “social” element. Create a space in your intranet where people can discuss interests and hobbies, regardless of whether or not they’re work-related.>
  13. 13. 12. Insight & Feedback from Management Your intranet is an excellent place to post managerial feedback. Privately share feedback to specific individuals or give generalized feedback to everyone.>
  14. 14. 13. Updates About the Intranet Itself Keep people up to speed. Share updates about upgrades, design changes, planned downtimes, or other shifts in how your employees use the social intranet.>
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