Poll: Have you built custom Arbortext tools?

Arbortext is a very open platform. Have you built something using the Arbortext programming hooks?

Arbortext is a very open platform. There are hooks via AOM and ACL to nearly every component and part of the publishing pipeline. The Arbortext Monster Garage from Single-Sourcing Solutions is all about the enormous number of ways that you can wrench, mold, and repaint your Arbortext world.

We want to know: Have you built something using the Arbortext programming hooks?

Tell your story in the comments or send us an email. We’re always looking for shop coaches!

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Poll: Where do you get help?

How do you find what you need? Where do you go?

There are more and more community places where you can find help showing up all the time. At Single-Sourcing Solutions, we maintain a list of available community resources (and those we actively contribute to) for the Arbortext community.

There’s a lot of information out there. And a lot of very smart people are trying to figure out how to get the right information to the right person at the right time. Every day, it seems as though yet another place pops: LinkedIn discussions, Stack Overflow, Quora, every vendor has their own community.

How do you find what you need? Where do you go?

Poll: How do you produce enterprise content?

Poll: How do you produce content?

The term “content strategy” is getting bandied around a lot today. Marketing folks who think in terms of web content. Technical publications folks who think in terms of customer support, needs, and product information. In very few organizations do these organizations — and others within a company — coordinate their efforts. They steal from each other, but rarely do they collaborate. Or at least that’s the prevailing impression at least..

Are you different? How do you produce content?