I once worked on a major web project for an organisation in a highly regulated industry. My brief was simple enough; manage and rewrite the web content and ensure it catered for the needs of the customers. Easy. Content weighed down by jargon The work progressed well, but as the project gathered momentum, more and more … Read more How to meet your legal obligations without harming your business content
With a double spring bank holiday just around the corner and, for most of us, involving a little time off work, it’s a great opportunity to spring clean your website content. Revive your website content in 3 easy steps 1) Start with a content inventory and put together one or more lists so that you … Read more Spring bank holiday content spring clean – in 3 steps
To use a well-worn phrase, life got in the way. And it prevented me from updating this blog as often as I used to. But that’s going to change now, and I will, once again, post regular content-related updates. Fresh and new content It’s great to be back, picking up the threads of my work. During the … Read more Getting back into the content saddle
It’s the same old story. You set up a new website with – or without the help of – a designer and copywriter. Flushed with excitement about your new project, you labour day and night lavishing all your attentions (and money) on it. You can’t do enough to get your new site up and running. … Read more Have you fallen out of love with your website?
One of my favourite shopping websites has earned itself this accolade for many reasons. I can find the information I want without any problems, the website is easy to use, and it works. I can search for items and place orders effortlessly, secure in the knowledge that not only will my debit card details be … Read more Is your website picture perfect?
I originally had another topic planned for this week, but I stumbled across something that will be useful to everyone who provides an e-newsletter or similar online news alert service. I decided to tidy up my various email addresses yesterday, in an effort to streamline which emails go to which address: shopping emails to one, … Read more How to avoid annoying your newsletter subscribers