Re: Naming a department

Subject: Re: Naming a department
From: john -at- garisons -dot- com
To: "Paul Goble" <pgcommunication -at- gmail -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 13:51:16 -0500

How about "Content Development" - conveys the basics and yet is open to
hopefully correct interpretation.

After all, content is king, and it's good to be king.

My 2¢,

John G

> One of our favorite debates here has been, "What should I call
> myself?" But we haven't recently discussed "What should I call my
> department?"
> I just began a job as the sole technical writer at a growing company,
> and I'd like to make a sign to hang over my door.
> I want a name that says "Come here for post-sales instructional and
> informational materials, usability consulting, and editing, but go
> down the hall to find the guy who writes brochures."


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