Four Rules for Notes, Cautions, and Warnings

Four Rules for Notes, Cautions, and Warnings

I want to spend a few minutes talking about three types of special statements found in most technical content: Notes Cautions Warnings Notes, cautions, and warnings are statements that serve a special purpose. They contain a sentence (or possibly two) that you want...
10 Ways an SCM Optimizes Your CDS

10 Ways an SCM Optimizes Your CDS

There are many reasons why a component structured content management (SCM) system is superior to using a Microsoft Word document for managing your Company Core Data Sheet (CDS or CCDS). We touched upon some of the reasons in our previous blog post, The CDS is Dead!...
The CDS is Dead! Long Live the CDS!

The CDS is Dead! Long Live the CDS!

The Company Core Data Sheet (CDS or CCDS) is one of the most important documents a pharmaceutical company creates. The CDS is a working document that contains information about the pharmaceutical product. It includes information from multiple sources, such as clinical...
A Walk Down Memory Lane

A Walk Down Memory Lane

In honor of the 28th anniversary of Content Rules, I have gone into my personal way back machine and selected four of my favorite posts from the Content Rules blog. The first post that we still have published is from April 23, 2010 and is about Mercury in Retrograde....
How to Create a Unified Content Experience

How to Create a Unified Content Experience

Raise your hand if you think content silos are ever going away. Yah. I didn’t raise mine either. After decades (literally) of talking about silos, calmly and not so calmly explaining to people why they are problematic, and advocating for their demise, I have come to...