How to make up for lack of content in an annual publication?
May 20, 2014 10:04 AM Subscribe
I am looking for some inspiration to write/create an annual document for a year when not much happened, especially compared to other years.
posted by alice ayres to Grab Bag (7 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
Let's say you're responsible for an annual publication that features highlights of the past year (like a yearbook but for your business/operations), including achievements, interesting projects, improvements/enhancements and the like. No advertisements or in memoriam pages.
One year you find you have substantial content, enough to fill about 20 letter sized pages without having to add filler content and pictures. But in another year, you've got barely enough content to fill 4 pages.
What can you do realistically? Could you issue something like a supplement? Change the format/medium? Unfortunately, the document has to be issued even though it's much smaller than previous years. Please help.
(I am all for creative ways to document the past year where the method makes sense for documenting business operations.)