What is content strategy? Who can do it? How can we help our clients and organizations understand its value?
Content strategy guides the creation, delivery, and governance of useful, usable content. It helps us balance business goals with user needs when we’re creating content requirements, collaborating with designers, and making decisions about how content will be structured and managed.
If you're new to content strategy, or if you’re a practitioner who just wants to brush up on the basics, this introductory course is for you.
The workshop takes place at the World Trade Center in the Holland America Line Room. Tickets are open to the public, but seats are limited, so it’s best to register in advance.
World Trade Center
2200 Alaskan Way
Seattle, Washington 98121
Brain Traffic accepts all major credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. The full workshop fee is due at the time of registration. If you need assistance with other purchase arrangements or documentation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please plan to bring a laptop or tablet for use during the workshop. We’ll supply Wi-Fi information when you arrive.
Complimentary coffee and light snacks will be available during the workshop, but you should plan breakfast and lunch on your own. The lunch break will last 90 minutes, and you will find that there are several restaurant options nearby.
The World Trade Center is located at 2200 Alaskan Way, .8 miles from the Seattle Ferry Terminal and .6 miles from Westlake Station on the Link Light Rail.
Limited parking is available in the World Trade Center West garage, with two entrances on Elliott Avenue and Wall Street. Depending on your arrival and departure times, you can expect to pay between $18 and $25 for parking during the day. The cost for 24-hour parking is $35 per day.
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