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  1. Submit a request to the web-team.
  2. The request will be reviewed and forwarded to the director of Integrated Marketing Communications.
  3. A consultation will be scheduled and completed to review the website needs and goals.
  4. The marketing and web team will determinate what would be the best platform for and location of the content. 
    1. If WordPress is the best option and approved:
      1. Review and approval of a 4th level domain name will be performed by the director of Integrated Marketing Communications.
      2. The Wisconsin School of Business web team will work with the DoIT WiscWeb team on the creation of a new space.
      3. There are specific website hosting settings in place for all Wisconsin School of Business websites.
      4. The Wisconsin School of Business owns any WordPress sites, but requested individual users within the school will be granted various levels of access.
    2. If WordPress is not approved, the users will be informed of any next steps and a primary solutions will be recommended (Sitecore, LRM, etc.)
  5. Content recommendations and discussions between all the stakeholders will take place and a plan for making the website live will be confirmed.  This will include:
    1. Brand review by the marketing and web team.
    2. Approval by the Brand and Insights manger to go live. 
  6. Once the website is live, the users of the new space will be trained on how to use the space (either by the Wisconsin School of Business Web team or WiscWeb, whichever is appropriate).
  7. Users will be able to reach out directly to the Wisconsin School of Business marketing and web team as needed. The marketing and web team will help facilitate any updates or improvements with WiscWeb.

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