Planning content calendars, creating cohesive copy and editing web content across the organization – just another day in the life of a web content manager.
Crafting high-quality content, managing website and blog copy and integrating search engine optimization into new and existing work – just another day in the life of a copywriter.
Preparing instruction manuals, creating how-to guides and communicating complex, technical information in a simplified way – just another day in the life of a technical writer.
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Design your content calendar with these tips in mind.
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As a copywriter, you know how important a headline is to a story. Here’s how to create a title that pulls them in and keeps them from leaving your page.
Once you understand the power of useful, engaging content there’s a lot of work to do to best utilize this resource. You have to commit yourself to the creation and optimization of content, which requires the development of a calendar. How far in advance do you write your content?
It’s not uncommon to hear about the death of newspapers. After all, how many people physically pick up a newspaper before they start their day? We’ve figuring not many. However, despite the lack of newsprint in their hands, consumers today are reading and viewing more news than ever.