Do you want to develop more high impact content? Are you looking for advice on how to write a strategic development plan? Maybe you’re interested in experimenting with new content formats, but don’t know where to start?
We hosted a Twitter chat with the panellists from our content development session at the 2018 London Scholarly Summit to help answer these questions and more.
Who was involved?
- Thomas B Fischer (Editor in Chief of Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal) @ThomasBFischer1
- Marcus Grant (Editor in Chief of Cities & Health) @CitiesxHealth
- Tiff Drake (Product Data Analyst at Taylor & Francis) @RoutledgeGPU
- Sarah Stacey (Journals Development Editor at Taylor & Francis) @RoutledgeGPU
Catch up on #TFContentTips
If you couldn’t tune in to this Twitter chat at the time, don’t worry. We’ve collated all the highlights from the conversation into a handy #TFContentTips Twitter Moment so you can catch up on all the tips and advice our panellists shared at this event.
Remember, you can always search Twitter using #TFContentTips to see the full discussion, or read our guide to developing high impact content for more information on this topic.