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When going over the books for the final, they both worked in their own way and together. Content Strategy for the Web by Kristina Halvorson, Melissa Rach, introduced the problem, solution and then the steps to achieve it through research, people and strategy all revolving around the web. The Networked Non-Profit by Beth Kanter, Allison Fine, got you used to non-profits, the struggles they face and then taught you how to work with and around any problems you may face when helping or being a non-profit organization. Both of these work perfectly for this class since we are working with non-profits with the web.

Both novels highly encourage working closely with your audience and the people you are working with. Content Strategy for the Web pointed out that we often “make deadly assumptions” and a great way to avoid making these mistakes is to get close with your audience that you are trying…

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