Asking the Right Questions

Asking the Right Questions

A key to a successful content project is being prepared before you begin creating anything. That means you need to ask the right questions well ahead of any content work. While the specific questions will change based on the project, here are some questions that are...
Against Content Minimalism

Against Content Minimalism

At the recent 2015 Healthcare Internet Conference in Orlando, several groups presented on content strategy. I sensed a clear theme: Slim is in. Everybody wants to cut content. I’m taking a stand against this. Not because we’re a content-first company, but...

Bring on the Robowriters

I’m being replaced by machines, and I’m okay with it. Over the past few years, several companies have developed software and algorithms that can take basic data and transform it into content for their sites. Newspapers use these tools to write simple...

Show Your Style: Editorial Style Guides

There’s fleeting style, and then there’s timeless style. You content has a style, too, and it’s saying something to everybody who visits. When we think about style, we often refer to clothes or a haircut or a color preference. But what we really mean...