Five Links On Friday: Cashing In On Fifty Shades Of Grey

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We’ll hold our hands up. It’s a fair cop. Despite usually being totally on the ball and planning all our content extremely carefully, we have been seriously remiss in that, unlike nearly everyone else out there, we have neglected to publish anything related to Fifty Shades of Grey this month.

We’re very sorry.

To make up for it, here’s the Lego version of the film’s trailer:

And here’s a picture of a Fifty Shades of Grey teddy bear:

bear

I think we’ve covered the important things there. On to this week’s interesting links!

Starting us off with a content strategy theme, Ellie pointed us to this “Content Strategy Basics” article on usability.gov:

A helpful list of things we know we shouldn’t do on social media but often still do anyway, courtesy of Stephen Waddington

It’s always useful to know how people are arriving at your website. This Higher Ed Experts report gives a nice overview for UK universities:

In this interesting College Web Editor post, Karine Joly looks at changing attitudes to higher education communications – and what might be next:

Are you working on a content strategy at the moment? Tracy has some helpful advice about page tables – the recipes to follow when creating your website pages:

As ever, get in touch for more info on anything you read on the blog.

Except about Fifty Shades of Grey. I haven’t read it.

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