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In the digital era, publishing is easier than ever. But so is making mistakes. Source: Don’t Trust Your CMS Liz Fraley of Single-Sourcing Solutions brought this to my attention through social media, and now I’m sharing with you. As a … Continue reading
One of the most important skills a technical communicator possesses is a true command of language, and the use of words in particular. We know that we excel at the written word, but how are we with speaking? Sometimes our … Continue reading
Being that I’m a person whose career is always seemingly in flux, I was listening to a past webinar that featured a few people I knew who were giving advice on how to stay current within the tech comm profession. … Continue reading
There’s little doubt that age bias exists in the job market, unfortunately. You can lessen the likelihood of it hindering your job hunt, though. Dig into life-tested tips from career coach Matt Youngquist. Source: Combating Age Bias in Your Job … Continue reading
The content decisions we make as individuals, organizations, or a society—consciously or unconsciously, inherited or created from scratch—dictate our values. Source: The Revolution Will Have Structured Content | Think Company I am a fan of David Dylan Thomas. I’ve seen … Continue reading
We know the number of freelancers is on the rise, but more than half (55%) of hiring managers agree that remote work among full-time permanent employees is becoming more common, too. Many of the 1,000 hiring managers surveyed said that … Continue reading
Rahel A. Bailie on the similarities between content strategists and physicians. Source: Why content strategists are the doctors of the content world » FH JOANNEUM Let me tell you–when it comes to content strategy, Rahel Bailie knows her stuff! She … Continue reading