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Sometimes using PDFs is the right choice under certain circumstances, but often it’s better to publish your content directly to HTML pages.
Content strategy starts with defining a vision, then moves into deep analysis of the current state, and ends with synthesizing the information into a strategy document.
At this year’s GOVTalks, we spoke about how Digital Services Georgia uses customer feedback to drive GovHub forward into a more mature platform. What do we do with the feedback that we receive? And how do we work to ensure that the changes that we make to the platform benefit all of our content managers and our constituents?
For those of us who’ve moved from managing digital properties in the private sector to a public-sector equivalent, the website analytics we once obsessed over no longer tell the right story. Instead of being motivated by profit, all we care about is how well we serve the public.
For many constituents looking for government services, their user journey doesn't start at an agency website, but at a search engine, like Google or Bing. In order to reach an audience where they are, state organizations must make search engine optimization (SEO) a digital priority for their websites.
Readability describes how hard or easy it is to read your content. This applies to how it’s written, the way it’s organized, the font size you use, how mobile-friendly it is, and more.
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More digital interaction means higher demand for effective content from your agency. Sometimes this demand means more content to support more decisions and tasks, and sometimes this demand means better content.
Plain language is writing that’s easy for people to read and understand. It creates a better user experience, allows you to reach and help more people, and saves you time, money, and resources.
Measuring the performance of your website and figuring out what to focus on first can be daunting. There are a few simple ways that you can give your website a boost that has an immediate impact on your site and improves the user-experience.