“People generally remember 10% of what they read, 20% of what they hear, 30% of what they see and 50% of what they see and hear.” This final segment, the merging of audio and visual, is what makes webinars and videos a crucial part of any marketing program. The BrightTALK webinar and video marketing community gives you access to webinars and videos on marketing, best practices for video marketing online and tips for creating a successful marketing webinar. Join thousands of marketing professionals exchanging information through on-demand and live webinars and videos.
The Content Wrangler is a San Francisco-based global digital media company that exists to help organizations adopt the tools, technologies, and techniques they need to connect content to customers.
A small shop with two employees, The Content Wrangler uses webinars to build awareness, develop interest, and spot right-fit prospects. To compete with much larger firms, the company leverages its content strategy know-how to produce nearly 100 webinars a year on BrightTALK.
Producing that many programs may seem unrealistic for even a much larger team, but it’s possible because the company applies principles from lean manufacturing to their webinar production processes -- a format that any company can replicate.
Join BrightTALK for a special presentation from Scott Abel, Chief Wrangler at The Content Wrangler. You’ll learn how The Content Wrangler built one of the fastest growing—and most engaged—channels on brighttalk.com.
You’ll discover how adapting lessons learned from single-source publishing can be applied to your webinar production process, enabling you to produce more webinars with less effort.
Making content teams work together is a struggle. On the one hand, creating engaging and sharable content requires a diverse team of professionals—from copywriters, editors, and subject matter experts to content engineers, user experience designers, and content marketers. On the other hand, we are pitting people who need data and a benchmark to make decisions against those that plan and execute without that information. Some look for short-cuts to formal processes, while others desire and follow complex workflows and plans. Some are visionary while others are only worried about the here and now.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Andrew Lawless, for a free, one-hour webinar focused on helping content teams collaborate better regardless of their differences. You'll learn about a methodology that has been successfully used to coach hundreds of thousands of employees—from Fortune 500 companies to smaller family-owned businesses. You leave with a fresh understanding of human behavior, and you'll learn the real reasons people act the way they do. You'll learn how to ease conflict, strain, and tension in team relationships and you discover how to provide information to people in a way that they can best absorb it.
Who doesn’t want more fame, more influence, more respect and a legion of superfans? But blogging and podcasting are a time suck and building up that legion of superfans will take you years. Great news: there’s an app for creating quick video shows with your friends and followers that gives them the three things superfans crave: access, attention and acknowledgement.
But hasn’t this collaborative video thing been tried before? Yes. Dozens of times. But no one else has followed the wisdom of Jerry Springer like the Clipisode team has. Jerry Springer? The talk show guy? Do we have to fight on camera and take paternity tests? Of course not. Not if you don’t want to.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and publishing software expert Brian Alvey for a free one-hour webinar that takes a deep dive into Clipisode, a unique app for creating collaborative videos. See how Clipisode turns the influencer takeover model inside out and puts broadcast-quality video publishing power into anyone's hands — letting you go from concept to execution in minutes. Plus, get a first-look at a new online studio brands and agencies are using Clipisode to build branded animations for video shows.
We think of content as documents: articles, books, presentations, videos. However, readers focus not on the documents but on the answers that they may contain — the answers to questions such as "what is this for," "how do I," "why should I," and even "what is all the information on this particular subject." The tools of structured content let us sequence, chunk, and reuse information in a customer-friendly way. Yet, often a single chunk of information is not the whole answer — that answer lies in the meaningful connections between various pieces of content.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my guests, Joe Pairman of Mekon, and Andreas Blumauer, managing partner of the Semantic Web Company for this free webinar. Joe and Andreas will guide you on a journey that will show you how taxonomy helps us build meaningful connections so that readers can understand the big picture. They will talk about doing a better job of surfacing information for search engines—from Google to our own intranets. Ultimately, when granular chunks of content are networked with taxonomy tags as a knowledge graph, the system can answer questions that no-one has imagined yet — the myriad of messy, complex queries that arise in real-life knowledge-seeking.
• Benefits and principles of granular structured content, and how to prepare your own content for this new architecture.
• Best practices for linking structured content to standards-based taxonomies and pitfalls to avoid
• The underlying semantic architecture to build a truly mature and scalable approach to linking content and data
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Joe Pairman is Lead Consultant at Mekon Ltd., helping clients from healthcare to software realize the full potential of structured content and innovative information delivery with taxonomy. Andreas Blumauer is managing partner of the Semantic Web Company and is experienced with large-scale semantic technology projects in various industry sectors.
Join Kath Pay of Holistic Email Marketing, and esteemed marketing industry analyst David Daniels, as he shares new research, tactics and strategies to improve the customer experience and relevance. David will review several new innovations and technologies and discuss their effectiveness.
David’s presentation and discussion will address the following:
• Data utilization in email marketing and the efficacy of real time data
• Individual targeting and the rise of People Based Marketing and its role in email marketing
• The impact of machine learning and other artificial intelligence technology on email marketing
• Innovations in mobile utilization to drive mobile app usage
• The challenges and opportunities of utilizing embedding video in email
David will also take your questions and offer access to research reports available for download.
About David Daniels – CEO & Founder, The Relevancy Group
Follow David on Twitter @emaildaniels Learn more at www.relevancygroup.com
As CEO of The Relevancy Group, David directs market research and advisory services essential to digital marketing. Direct Magazine said David is “one of the most influential experts in email marketing, if not the most influential.” Co-author of ‘Email Marketing An Hour A Day’, David has held senior level positions at Forrester, JupiterResearch, Apple, Anthropologie and other top brands. In 2017 David was named Email Marketer Thought Leader of the Year by the eec/DMA. David is also the Publisher and Founder of The Marketer Quarterly a digital magazine for marketers by marketers available for free with registration at www.marketerquarterly.com or via the MQ App on Apple, Google and Amazon.
We all know the importance of a well-defined buyer persona. It tells everyone at a company who we sell to and what makes that person tick. A buyer persona is a fictional representation of your ideal customer. But, when a company grows globally, does that ideal customer change?
Last year, HubSpot decided to "Go Fast in France." There was a lot of fanfare, hiring of French staff and several references to a famous cycling circuit. But, there wasn't a whole lot of thought given to exactly who were marketing, selling and servicing.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler for a discussion with Christopher Englund and Marco Chieppe of HubSpot about the importance of building market-relevant buyer personas. You’ll discover how following a roadmap—and doing your research ahead of time—can help you develop international buyer personas that work.
Business today is digital, and that makes content critical. Where can you get tips, advice, and inspiration for the content side of business? Enter the online magazine for content professionals—Content Science Review.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, content scientist Colleen Jones, for this presentation about Content Science Review. You'll learn what Content Science Review is — and what it's not. You'll discover the breadth of coverage and the benefits of both free and paid registration. If you're a writer looking to expand your influence, you'll learn how you can pitch story ideas to the editors.
As an added bonus, the editors will share their top-three reader-contributed insights of 2017!
You’re thoughtful about the web content you create to attract prospects and to serve existing customers. You take great care to make sure your content is well-written, properly-punctuated, and error-free before you publish it. It’s what you’ve always done. But, it’s no longer enough.
Interactive voice response systems, intelligent personal assistants, chatbots, smart homes, smart devices, and smart appliances introduce new content requirements. Your web content needs to be both human-readable and machine-processable to deliver on the promise of these emerging technologies.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my guest Andrea Volpini, CEO and co-founder of WordLift, for this free, one-hour webinar on how to quickly make your Wordpress web content more capable. You will learn how creating semantically-rich web content in Wordpress can help you develop new ways of interacting with your audience.
You’ll discover how building a knowledge graph can empower your web content—making it readily available to chatbots, smart crawlers, voice interfaces, and personal assistants. You’ll find why making your content machine-friendly can help you optimize your content, so it appears at the top of the search results. And, you’ll learn how making your content intelligent can provide you with actionable business insights and metrics that matter.
Вебинар для заказчиков посвященный решению Commvault по контролю и защите данных от вирусов-вымогателей. В рамках вебинара вы узнаете:
• Какие инструменты информационной безопасности есть на
вооружении у Commvault
• Каким образом Commvault распознает вирусные угрозы
• Как защитить инфраструктуру резервного копирования
• Инструменты мониторинга компонентов ИТ среды от Commvault
Given the easy access to off-the-shelf tools like TechSmith Camtasia, creating software demonstrations has never been easier or faster.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Kevin Siegel of IconLogic, for this free webinar. During this high-energy, hands-on session, you will learn how to create and share micro-eLearning demos using Camtasia 9.
If you have Camtasia on your computer, you will be able to follow-along with Kevin and create a software demonstration using the Camtasia Recorder. The free trial version, available at https://www.techsmith.com/download/camtasia, will work great for this session.
Follow along with Kevin and take your recorded video into the Camtasia Editor and add content such as title pages, callouts, and animations. Lastly, you can share your eLearning masterpiece so it can be accessed by the widest possible audience. And you'll do it all live, and in less than an hour.
Note: Participation in this event is encouraged, but not required. If you prefer to simply sit back and watch, it would be best to attend this webinar using a device with a reasonably-sized screen (such as a tablet, laptop, or desktop computer). If you would like to follow-along, you'll just need Camtasia on your computer using either the licensed or trial version. Kevin will be using the PC version of Camtasia. Because the Mac version of Camtasia is different, it is recommended that hands-on attendees use the PC version of Camtasia if possible.
1) Best practices for recording short demonstrations using the Camtasia Recorder
2) How to quickly produce micro-eLearning in the Camtasia Editor
3) How to quickly share/publish content for the widest possible audience.
Kevin Siegel is the founder and president of IconLogic, Inc. He has written hundreds of step-by-step computer training books on applications such as Articulate Storyline, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, QuarkXPress, and TechSmith Camtasia.
If you're like most content-producing teams, the chances are good that your best content is locked up in the minds of the busiest people in the organization. How do you get all of this useful content out of their heads and in front of your customers?
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Justin Brock, Digital Marketing Manager at Bomgar Corporation, for this free, one-hour webinar designed to provide you with cost-effective methods of encouraging video production across your organization without overwhelming your experts.
You'll discover how to think strategically about repurposing content your business already produces. And you'll find out how you can get additional mileage out of sales calls, live demos, employee training, and more. You'll learn how to turn internal employee training into sales and marketing content, how to churn out product demo videos without overwhelming subject matter experts, and how to get maximum value out of every video you produce.
—How to turn internal employee training into sales and marketing content.
—How to churn out product demo videos without overwhelming your experts
—How to get more mileage out of each video your company produces.
ABOUT JUSTIN BROCK
Justin Brock is the Digital Marketing Manager at Bomgar Corporation. Over the past 13 years, he's worked to turn one-off content produced by sales and product teams into evergreen content that brings in more customers. As one of the earliest employees at Bomgar, he has insight into marketing strategies that work for multiple stages of company maturity, from start-up to enterprise.
How can you quickly and easily show what your software can offer customers, without having to spend hours doing individual demos or filling your calendar with webinars? Video is a great solution and you don’t have to be a pro to create a great demo.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guests Dave McCollom, Camtasia Customer Insights Manager for TechSmith, and Troy Stein, Camtasia General Manager for TechSmith, for this free, one-hour webinar. Dave and Troy will share the lessons they have learned from 20 years of making software demonstrations, the basics of product demo videos, some tips and tricks to get you started, and some pitfalls to avoid.
Attendees will also gain a better understanding of what a demo video is, hear about best practices for good demo videos, and learn how to get started making your own demo videos, including how to make your demo videos stand out, and tips to keep in mind for your various audiences and distribution channels (including YouTube).
Email marketing plays a significant role for successful webinars. It starts with a cadence of promotions that reliably drives registration to your content. Next comes a series of transactional emails designed to deliver an engaged audience at the pace and scale of your webinar programs. Post event allows you to create pathways for your audience to explore additional content and your products, while also coordinating with qualification teams on direct outreach strategies.
We’ll share learnings from 10+ million data points on what's working with email at scale. This webinar is planned for 30 minutes of sharing and then will open to a question & answer session.
We’ll review the following three email pathways to use with your webinars:
Your Audience Data is a treasure trove of insights that can deliver premium services to the readers who expect a personal and engaging experience, and the advertisers who are looking for audience segements that convert.
Join Tore Frihagen, EVP of Strategic Alliances at Cxense, Kimmo Kiviluoto, CEO of Enreach and special guest Tor Helge Løvåsen, Head of AdOps at Agderposten Mediagroup, as they dive deep into the gap between what advertisers want and what publishers deliver. On this webinar you'll discover how premium publishers are closing the gap and exceeding advertiser expectations with out-of-the-box, next-generation solutions that provide a win-win for publishers, agencies and ad op teams alike.
This Data Management Platform (DMP) enables publishers and digital marketers to aggregate, segment and action user data to drive higher user engagement and digital revenue. Watch this short video to see how easy it is to put your data to work to engage and monetize your audience.
Convert site visitors to subscribers, build a loyal audience and earn higher prices for premium ad targeting.
It is intuitive to believe that visuals are more memorable than text. To a certain degree, science confirms this. Research shows that visuals impact recall because they help viewers process information faster and assist them to pay attention by being more engaging than text.
But there is such a thing as a forgettable visual. Think of all the information you encounter in a typical week. How much of it do you remember? We tend to forget our lives almost as quickly as we live them and visuals can still escape our memories.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, for a free, one-hour educational webinar with cognitive neuroscientist, Dr. Carmen Simon, to learn how to stay on people’s minds by applying science-based guidelines from the angle of how the brain processes visuals.
You will learn how to use visual thinking skills in four areas that are prevalent in business communication: facts, processes, data, and abstracts. And, you’ll discover how to use design elements such as images, text, lines, shapes to create interesting—and memorable—content. Dr. Simon will provide you with universal visual design principles and explain how they influence viewer attention and retention.
In just one hour, you will learn how to create and select visuals that impact memory and how to avoid those that don't. Visual thinking is important because when you use images correctly, you have the luxury of staying on your audience’s minds long-term. This helps you influence their decisions because people act in your favor based on what they remember, not on what they forget.
About Dr. Carmen Simon
Carmen Simon is a cognitive neuroscientist, bestselling author, and leading expert on using memory to influence decision-making. Her most recent book, Impossible to Ignore: Create Memorable Content to Influence Decisions, has won the acclaim of publications such as Inc.com, Forbes, and Fast Company, and has been selected as one of the top international books on persuasion.
The company you work for is trying to give its audience the best product experience in the world. As a technical writer, you want to contribute to that effort by creating awesome user assistance for that product.
There are many great tools out there that can help you to achieve this. These tools include text editors, and graphic and video tools. But how do you decide when to use text, images, or video for your product assistance?
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and special guest presenter, Ferry Vermeulen of INSTRKTIV (http://instrktiv.com) for a free, one-hour presentation designed to help guide you make the best choices.
More than 80% of all marketing communications are predicted to be visual by 2018, and social video generates 1200% more shares than text and images combined. That’s a lot of competition for marketers to fight for customer’s attention. How can you make sure you don’t squander precious views once you get them?
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, with my special guest, Guy Larcom, an Instructional Designer at TechSmith, where he designs and develops tutorials, educational videos, marketing videos, writes documentation, and blogs about visual communication.
Through research, experimentation, and testing, he has learned some of the best ways to create engaging videos and some of the things that make videos less engaging. But it’s not just about making engaging videos. Knowing the best ways to distribute your content plays a big role, too. In this session, Guy will share what he has learned about creating engaging video content, how to add human elements to keep videos feeling genuine, tips on how to get your content to your audience, and how you can avoid viewer drop offs during your videos.
It's time to take control of your Ad Network! Ad campaign optimization has become essential for premium publishers to thrive in today's competitive market but it doesn't have to tap all your budget and technical resources.
Join Dennis Mulcahy, VP of Cxense and special guest David Rowley, Senior Director of Ad Strategy at Advance Digital to hear how Advance Digital creates compelling ad inventory at premium prices. Access premium inventory, maximize performance and grow your digital revenue in 2017!
The core job of today’s marketers is to build communities around the topics that people are passionate about. To know what matters to them, to engage them, and to help them feel part of these communities with powerful stories. And for many marketers, the gift of storytelling is a natural one.
But not everyone is a born writer or brand minstrel, and knowing what will work for your audience takes more than data and clever messaging alone. Thankfully, everyone has the ability to tell stories that matter. It’s a skill that you can learn, polish, and adapt for your specific role and company.
On Wednesday, June 28th, join BrightTALK and Prezi’s European Regional Director, Spencer Waldron, to learn what it takes to keep your marketing efforts fresh, timely, and engaging. You'll also find out:
- How to turn user feedback, prospect needs, and industry trends into stories that stand out
- How to leverage the techniques and practices of renowned writers, speakers, and entertainers to develop more effective brand messaging
- Tricks and tips used by expert marketers to craft meaningful stories that will help you grow your user base
You’ll also get to see a handful of great story examples broken down into their key elements and decoded.
See how "effective" site personalization can make your website and apps more engaging and profitable.
Whether you are a publisher, a digital marketer or managing an eCommerce site, embedding real-time personalization in your digital strategy will create more opportunities to engage 1:1 with your online audience.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my guest, Doug Thomas, Senior Content Developer, Microsoft Office, for a free, one-hour webinar during which we'll discuss lessons learned creating videos without a budget. Thomas will share how he created a popular help- and how-to video series that's in use today by millions of Microsoft Office customers.
Attendees will learn:
—Tips, tricks, and techniques for creating videos
—5 keys to a successful video (even when shot in your office)
—Why it’s good to be angry (or how passion triumphs production value)
ABOUT DOUG THOMAS
Doug Thomas is Senior Content Developer for Microsoft. Thomas creates training and how-to videos for Microsoft Office customers. To date, he's created—and appeared in—over 300 videos including Microsoft Office Casual, an award-winning how-to series shot at his desk. Doug also led the Office 15-Minute Webinars series for three years, a free online event series featuring demonstrations and question and answer sessions with the Office Help & How-to writers.
It’s no secret that some videos are way more successful at supporting learning than others. But what makes some videos work and others fall flat?
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Andrea Perry, Instructional Designer at TechSmith for this presentation. Andrea will highlight 4 types of videos that lend themselves well to learning, and outline criteria to help you decide which type of video to employ for your next project. She will look at real examples, discuss what makes them remarkable, and share practical tips to help you craft them with confidence and excellence.
Attendees will come away from this webinar knowing the 4 types of video that work well in learning situations, how to increase the technical and educational quality of these videos, and how to branch out and get started with a new type of video.
ABOUT ANDREA PERRY
Andrea Perry works with an award-winning team of instructional designers at TechSmith, a software company that’s changing how people communicate with visuals. Andrea holds an MA in Educational Technology from Michigan State University and uses learning theory and video to build tutorial content that inspires and informs.
Creating a vision that is shared among designers, subject matter experts, clients, and leaders is one of the fundamental challenges that content professionals must overcome. In the learning design space. Many project stakeholders lack the background knowledge, experiences, or "language" to relate their vision in ways that instructional designers can effectively implement.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler and my special guest, Phylise Banner, Learning Experience Designer for this free, one-hour webinar. In this session, Phylise will introduce an easy-to-use and powerful visual learning design method called Learning Environment Modeling (LEM) — a unique visual language created to enhance communication and foster collaboration between instructional design professionals and diverse stakeholders.
During the session, you will learn how to visually communicate the correlation of specific design elements to learning results and use Learning Environment Modeling (LEM) to collaborate effectively with blended learning project teams. Phylise will talk about how to facilitate more effective communication throughout the design process, and how to use a learning environment design system and tools to remove or reduce ego-centric behaviors and attitudes during the design process.
Join us as we explore how LEM can support creative learning experience design and remove barriers to communication throughout the learning design process.
If you’re like most organizations today, you’ve invested in content for marketing, sales, support, product strategy, and a host of other reasons. You’ve developed ways to more efficiently and effectively create, manage, and deliver content. Despite these significant investments, you—and your stakeholders—are likely still asking the question, “Does our content work?”
While that sounds like a simple question, getting answers can be challenging, to say the least. But, it doesn’t have to be. Not if you start with a strategy and the right tools for the job.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, content scientist Colleen Jones, for a presentation about measuring content performance. Jones (and her crew at Content Science) have spent the last few years working with large, global brands to identify what makes content effective—and how to measure it. The result is ContentWrx—a robust performance measurement tool designed to help your organization make content decisions that improve or accelerate return on investment.
Attend this free, one-hour webinar, and you'll learn how to track the six dimensions of content effectiveness and make informed business decisions based on data. You’ll discover the four elements of the ContentWrx system, and you’ll find out how easy it can be to collect, analyze and act upon behavioral and perception data. You’ll also learn how ContentWrx can help you close the gap between your data and user feedback.
As a bonus, Jones will share the top 3 insights from an analysis of data from more than 100,000 content users.
Release notes are a crucial part of customer communication for product companies. It seems too many organizations either do the bare minimum and hope no one notices, or simply accept an inefficient and expensive process. At Jorsek LLC, makers of easyDITA, they’ve been working on their release notes process for easyDITA and they have made some big improvements.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Patrick Bosek, co-founder of Jorsek LLC, for this free, one-hour webinar. This webinar will take you through Jorsek’s process, tools, and results for the creation and production process for release notes.
Are you ready for how AI, machine learning, and other future technology will affect content development?
The database revolution changed our relationship to data, making it reusable for different target audiences, contexts and situations. It also made it ready for flexible delivery to different apps and across many different platforms and media. But somehow these outcomes never fully transferred over to content. How can we bring this same revolution to content and win the same kind of enormous improvements that would prepare us for the future?
Structured content management enables organizations to store, organize and build their content so that pieces are easily discoverable, reusable, reconfigurable and adaptable. It provides the perfect solution for constructing large, complex documents, but also for delivering modular content to chatbots, portal sites, and mobile apps. But, more importantly, it is also key to future-proofing your content for emerging technological trends.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Steffen Frederiksen, Founder and CSO of DitaExchange, for this free one-hour webinar. Attendees will learn what structured content management is and how it works. They will understand what benefits structured content can have for writers, project managers, business owners, IT departments and content consumers. They will also learn how to prepare their content to be fed into new technologies with practical examples from the field.
Why are questions so important, and how should questions be used?
The skill of asking valuable questions is part of a creative mindset and opens up endless opportunities for innovation. It helps us gain valuable insights from ourselves, our colleagues, and our customers, or other people we are designing for.
Continuously asking questions helps us get below the surface, beyond the obvious, and helps us gain empathy for others, discovering the kind of human needs that lead to breakthrough innovations.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, for a free, one-hour webinar designed to highlight the importance of listening, especially during times of major change. I'll be joined by Leon Segal, Ph.D., and Scott Underwood of Innovationship. The two experience design experts will share their knowledge and insights about asking questions, along with tips for the creative use of questions throughout the innovation process.
In 2013, GOV UK, the government services website for the United Kingdom, won the prestigious D&AD Black Pencil for its contribution to moving content forward as a design discipline. Since then GOV UK has been name-checked and modeled around the world as *the* way to do public sector content. And yet, aside from those who are really “in the know,” the practice of content design is still little known outside of government content circles. And inside of government, many people talk about it, but not many know how to do it well.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Padma Gillen, of Scroll UK, for this free, one-hour webinar. Formerly Head of Content Design for the UK's Government Digital Service, Padma has been at the heart of this emerging discipline since its earliest days. He now teaches others how to do it, and helps organizations rebuild their entire content function around the principles of user needs, designing with data and agile content production.
In this webinar, Padma will introduce you to these principles and explain how to incorporate them into your approach. Attendees will learn how to place the needs of users at the heart of your content strategy, apply agile methods to content production, and learn to understand the governance models needed to improve your content significantly.
Validating content is a core component of the modern TechComm process, but often there are still far too many manual processes. Manual checking and validation is inefficient, error-prone, and supremely not fun.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Patrick Bosek, co-founder of Jorsek LLC, the makers of easyDITA, for this free, one-hour webinar. In this webinar, Patrick will go through a set of tools that demonstrates how validation can be largely automated, making your life easier and ultimately producing better results.