When created with a clear purpose in mind and in a useful and usable way, a content style guide can help an organisation achieve consistency across their content. It can also be used as a tool for aligning different disciplines and for scaling content operations.
Having a content style guide does not make everyone perfect writers, but they do help to empower writers and provide a shared understanding of language, voice, tone and rules for writing across an organisation.
Creating a content style guide is only half the challenge. You then need to ensure people use it. This webinar will focus on both of these hurdles, sharing ways to create a useful content style guide that is usable for your teams.
This recording offers practical advice on how to:
This recording is for anyone involved in ensuring content is consistent, standards are met, and that content is effective. It is for those who manage content creators and those who want to create a style guide from scratch or make improvements to an existing one. From 101 to levelling-up, this webinar has advice.
Rob is Head of Content at GatherContent. He is a journalism graduate and has previously worked as Studio Manager and Head of Content for a design agency and as an Audience Research Executive for the BBC. He’s a published author and regular contributor to industry publications including Net Magazine, Smashing Magazine, 24 Ways,WebTuts+, UX Matters , UX Booth and Content Marketing Institute. On occasion Rob speaks about content strategy and ContentOps at leading industry events.
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