E.B. White once said, “A writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word on paper.”
There are rarely ideal conditions under which to write. You’ll always have other work to do, meetings to attend and fires to put out. Even when the stars do align to create ideal conditions, corporate communicators can’t wait for them.
Thankfully, an infographic from Visually and Ann Handley makes content creation a little easier. It breaks the process into 12 steps so you can keep your content focused, organized and useful.
Here’s a peek at the first few steps:
1. Set a goal: What business goal are you trying to achieve? Everything you write, no matter how short, must connect to one of your organization’s top objectives.