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Video Blog: Part 3: Sarah Crane, USA.gov

In our final video interview with Sarah Crane of USA.gov, she talks about adaptive content and how it works with APIs. Missed Part 1 and Part 2? Watch them to find out how USA.gov dealt with their inconsistent customer experience and content sprawl.

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Interested in learning more about adaptive content and content modeling? Check out the new Structured Content Models and the training on Event Model Creation.

We’ve created an editorial theme calendar to coordinate content each month around one focus. This month’s focus is the Digital Government Strategy. Check back for more articles related to this theme in May.

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