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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:
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Who’s responsible for your content?
Terms like authoring model and governance model can sound a bit intimidating. But really, they just refer to who’s responsible for creating content and making content decisions within a company.
It’s really important to understand what the options are so you know what method you’re using, and you can decide if it’s really what’s best for your company. Why? Because the content authoring and governance models you choose have tremendous impact on content development processes and the resulting quality of your content.
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It’s time to pick your team
Who do you need on your digital content team? Is it more important to cover every skillset with experts, or to focus on the most common tasks? We look to two content-focused industries to learn what works: publishing and technical communications.