We aim to create high-quality content. We really do. But, more-often-than-not, we fail. We understand that high-quality content must be clear, concise, and consistent in voice, tone, and terminology. We also know that it’s supposed to be easily findable, accessible, retrievable, and relevant those who need it—delivered when, where, and how they prefer it.
Crafting content that follows the rules (grammar, punctuation, linguistics) isn’t good enough. Our content also has to be helpful.
In this fast-paced talk, Scott Abel describes what it means to be helpful. You’ll discover how understanding the power of explanation