Imagine that you’re suddenly blind, maybe unable to make your body function as it did before, perhaps you can no longer read without difficulty or distinguish between colors, conceivably you may just be getting older… Now try accessing the web.
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According to Google CEO, Eric Schmidt, every two days now we create as much content as we did from the dawn of civilization up until 2003. While this mind numbing figure may scare off those considering how to govern content, the last installment in our content strategy series will show how with a clear plan, and the assistance of some clever tools, navigating this mammoth task doesn't need to take you a millennium.
All too often we forget to put a face on people with disabilities, instead we lump them into categories.
Having your content published was once difficult, yet with the emergence of the new media age entry requirements have almost all but disappeared. Instead, the internet has made it possible for almost everyone to share their content, but this isn’t without risks.
Previously we introduced the concept of ‘content strategy,’ and explained the three essential components that constitute its lifecycle – creation, publication, and governance. In this blog, will delve deeper into how Siteimprove can assist you during the first component: ‘creation.’
Creating effective website content can be an arduous task, especially when so many factors must be considered: varying role capacities, internal politics, customer expectations etc. However, following a structured strategy can make creating focused content a piece of cake!