HELP: Keeping Track of Your Web Content/Pages

Subject: HELP: Keeping Track of Your Web Content/Pages
From: "Cook, Jenise" <jenise -dot- cook-crabbe -at- pacificlife -dot- com>
To: "'TECHWR-L -at- LISTS -dot- RAYCOMM -dot- COM'" <TECHWR-L -at- LISTS -dot- RAYCOMM -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2000 09:31:49 -0700


Intended Audience
Techwhirlers who create and manage more than a couple of dozen pages of
content on corporate Intranets, Extranets, and the WWW.

Please reply directly to me at jenise -dot- cook-crabbe -at- pacificlife -dot- com [or
jcook -at- pacificlife -dot- com] -dot-
I will post a Summary to the list if I receive summary-appropriate

Background to Question
I need to create a Web page tracking system, which will also serve as a
management reporting system. I need to be able to flag Web pages for
revision in, say, x number of months. I've already looked into hitch-hiking
onto the tracking system our eBusiness unit uses, however, I'd like to
research other options, first.

Please share with me your experience(s) with tracking your Intra/Extranet
and or Web pages. I need to draft a Requirements document by the end of this
month. I'd like to bounce some ideas off of others who have done, or are
doing, the same thing. Please, content managers, bombard my In Box with your
lofty and practical words of wisdom.

I await with [fill in the blank] breath,
Jenise Cook-Crabbe
P: (949) 672-8385
F: (949) 462-3294
Documentation Specialist II
Pacific Life Insurance Co.
jenise -dot- cook-crabbe -at- pacificlife -dot- com


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