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When you hit the regulatory roadblock…
Sometimes, your content team will be met with resistance when trying to remove content from your organization’s website.
“Oh, that’s regulatory stuff. We need that.”
“No, you can’t take that off. It’s legally required.”
And certainly, there are some types of content that will need to stay. Your organization may be required to keep any of the following information online, at least temporarily:
A tool to help cull your content
If you’re like most companies, you have too much content. And you probably know you need to cull a bunch of it. But where to start?
Use this checklist to help you find ways to trim down your overgrown content.
Your organization’s content is messy, there’s a lot of it, and every day it seems like there’s more.
But you know what? You’re far from alone, and it’s hardly a new problem.
The internet has created content chaos in the last 25 years, but there’s a group of people who have been facing the same content-wrangling challenges for centuries: Librarians.