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How to keep your website current: Content scheduling and planning

Completed on May 21, 2020. 

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There is nothing more discouraging than looking for that vital piece of information on a website, only to realize that the site has not been updated in the past few months or longer. In this webinar, you will learn how to identify when your website should be updated, why content scheduling is important, why it's easy to create a proactive plan to address content that will become outdated quickly, and how to communicate new content that you have just updated on your website.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the importance of keeping web content up-to-date and easy to find for users.
  2. Learn how to identify which sections of your website will need the most attention and how to address frequent content updates.
  3. Produce easy and quick communication tactics that alert your audiences of the recent changes.

Presented by: 

Sean Wyse, Information Architect 

As an Information Architect at eSolutionsGroup, Sean develops intuitive sitemaps, facilitates focus groups and provides guidance and feedback to our clients regarding proper web writing techniques, including how to create written content that meets accessibility standards. He has a passion for simplifying the complex and improving usability of digital services.

Carly Simpson, MA, Content Writer

Carly works with our communications team to create web content for our clients. She has more than a decade of experience writing to a variety of audiences including creating accessible online content. She works closely with our clients to help them communicate effectively through online platforms. Carly has a Master of Arts and Bachelor’s degree in History, which focused primarily on developing her written and verbal communication skills. 

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