A ‘Content First’ Approach to Higher Ed Web

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MeetContent bloggers Georgy Cohen & Rick Allen join Higher Ed Live to talk about a ‘Content First’ approach to the higher ed web. Content informs design, development, marketing and more, and Cohen & Allen breakdown everything you need to know to advocate for content strategy at your institution, and why it’s one of the most important things you could do.

Regardless of your professional discipline, this is a topic all higher ed pros should be up to speed on.

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