Summary: A white paper is a short document that discusses a technical, business, or operational problem and provides a specific solution. In general, it’s written for decision makers, and will use non-technical business English.
Video: What is a White Paper?
In this video Ivan explains how to write your first white paper. If you have a question, please leave it on the YouTube channel.
What is a White Paper?
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Why do we need to create an outline? An outline helps you with the following:
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When writing white papers, the document review phase helps you identify gaps, improve the organization, correct flaws in the narrative, and iron out other weaknesses.
Your white paper gets one attempt to make a good first impression. The title of the white paper needs to clever, witty, interesting, odd, or different enough to stand out.
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Before you start writing your next white paper, use this checklist to see if there is sufficient interest in the topic.
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White papers discuss a specific business issue, product, or competitive situation. They summarize information about a topic, for example the results of a survey or study and suggest a ‘proposal for action’, with the research data providing the justification for the action.
The White Paper has its origins in the diplomatic service where they were public policy statements. In those days, there were typically three papers: white papers; grey papers for informative purposes; and black papers which detailed disavowed clandestine activities.
It’s not easy to write a white paper. Here’s why and what you can do about it.
In some ways, the effectiveness of your white paper depends largely on the persuasiveness of your argument combined with a nice, sharp presentation.
In the IT industry, the white paper has become a popular tool for promoting a new product or service. It’s frequently used in tandem with case studies and other sales literature as part of an overall marketing campaign.
In this article, we’ll look at the history of the white paper. Part of the confusion is that there are two types of white papers…
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