Tools and tips for writing webpages, emails, and blogs at Bethel.
There’s a lot to think about when you write web content for Bethel. What are you trying to say? Who are you saying it to? How are you saying it? How are you delivering the message—webpage, email, blog? We know web authoring can be confusing, difficult, and intimidating. We want you to know that we’re here to help. Here are some resources we’ve put together to help you with the web writing process.
Voice and Tone
When we’re writing web content for Bethel we need to think about Bethel’s online voice. We want to welcome, honor, and help our users in any way we can. This guide will help you develop a voice and tone that reflects Bethel’s character and spirit.
Bethel Style Guide
Benson Great Hall or just Benson? Or BGH? Is it president Jay Barnes or President Jay Barnes? Find answers to all your questions about Bethel Style.
Titles, IDs, meta descriptions, headings...what? Learn the anatomy of a webpage and get tips on voice and tone to craft meaningful webpages.
Writing a compelling email can be a lot harder than it seems. Our email best practices help you create emails that respect and honor your recipients. Plus, we've put together voice and tone tips for reminder emails, event announcements, and more.
Learn blogging best practices and explore tips for conveying a voice and tone that meets the needs of your readers.
We'd like to give credit to MailChip for their incredible Voice & Tone guide. We couldn’t have created Web Authoring at Bethel without their insights and inspiration.