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Words in progress

Christine Cawthorne and Robert Mills
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Hello lovely listener, welcome to an ongoing conversation between Christine and Rob, two people who write for a living and for pleasure. We’re currently working together on a website project - Rob as a content designer and Christine doing the content strategy. In this series we talk through the challenges that crop up – and how we get through them.


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Latest Episodes

Christine is thinking about setting up a content community of practice while Rob reflects on how the pair and trio writing processes are being embedded into the organisation.  more

16 days ago

Rob defines what he does - and doesn't - want the subject matter experts to check and Christine has started bringing all the parts of the content strategy together.  more

23 days ago

Christine's worried she is just rearranging mess into a different order while trying to improve the content creation workflow and Rob sets boundaries over stakeholder engagement and his remit.  more

a month ago


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  • Practical and to the point

    I love this podcast - real life examples and learnings, no “fluff” - brilliant!

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