6 Steps to Increasing Your Technical Documentation Budget
The most frustrating thing about being a technical writer? Some may think it’s the need to pay attention to each detail in the publication, even the ones readers don’t notice. Others may suspect that staying aware of every minor change in the product is what keeps you up at night.
Well, they’re wrong.
The most frustrating thing about being a technical writer is not knowing what happens to your content after you developed it. Do your carefully crafted answers actually reach your audience? Has your organization hired a documentation team, but have they investing the budget to deliver technical content in a user-friendly, modern way?
You’re not alone. Almost 50% of information development teams cite the lack of funding as a barrier to better content delivery. Almost one third cite lack of executive buy-in. Without the necessary investment in content delivery tools, your documentation ends up in static PDFs or too many clicks away – frustrating customers and tech writers alike.
Often, securing a budget for a new project requires navigating bureaucracy and internal processes. We understand this challenge well. At Zoomin, we’ve worked with companies like Mastercard, Dell EMC and ServiceNow to make the case for investing in technical content delivery. And while every company is different, we’ve compiled our best practices into an easy-to-follow guide for how to build your case.
It’s about time that your content gets the visibility it deserves. Our step-by-step guide shows you how a business case for better product content delivery. We cover specific examples and best practices to get you started.
Click here to access the guide and take the first step to better content delivery.