Andy McIlwain: Busting Through the Content Bottleneck – How to Efficiently Collect Content from your Clients or Colleagues

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June 5, 2017

Content is a huge bottleneck for freelancers and agencies. (How many sites have you seen get delayed because of content loading?) I’ve felt the pinch on projects big and small, both in-house and with client work. But I’ve also learned a few tricks for getting around it.

In this session we’re going to look at four approaches for dealing with the content problem: Making it an up-front dependency; treating content development as an early project phase; working on content in tandem with a website build; and making content development a standalone value-added service. We’ll also review a handful of different tools and resources that make content less of a pain to work with.

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WordCamp Portland ME 2017 24

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Andy McIlwain 4

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English 5198

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