What do you call these writers if they aren’t working in a marketing environment? My title is copywriter, but I don’t do marketing materials. I work on copy decks for UX design for functional sites, giving copy instructions for…instructions! I could be considered a technical writer, but I don’t write much. Just things like, “All fields required,” or “Please provide a valid email address.” What kind of writing is that supposed to be?
97% of consumers surveyed by @Pardot said bad #content negatively has impacted their trust in brands. #marketing Click To TweetMost businesses understand that they need to up their content game — that’s why our last post about web content writing tips was one of the most popular we’ve ever written. But just wanting to do better won’t make you a great website content writer, and the differences between strong and weak content marketers can make a significant difference in brand perception, web traffic and conversions.
Brittany is a proud graduate of Florida A&M University's School of Journalism and Graphic Communication. Throughout college, Brittany worked as a marketing specialist for her university, several local businesses, and a non-profit organization. In her free time, Brittany served as the Public Relations Chair for FAMU's Habitat for Humanity and as the Publicity Chair for FAMU's Relay for Life.
Web content writers must play well with others. I’ve hired writers of my own in the past, and you’d be amazed at how many people flake out on assignments, turn in sub-par work or simply fall of the face of the planet. If you want a shot at the jobs that pay well, you need to present yourself as a responsible, easy-to-work-with writer who meets his obligations without requiring a lot of paper-chasing on the part of the client.
Trending Topics is one of the sections on your Twitter homepage that gathers information about the most up-to-date topics. You can even filter them by location and Twitter pages/users you follow. You can also take advantage of hashtag searches for the content relevant to your professional sphere. By reading tweets, you will be more aware of the issues that peak people’s interest and have more chances to strike a chord with your readership.
Great to see a new post out Robbie! Looks like I’m in the 16% who reads the whole content 🙂 Looking forward to trying all the techniques, but the first one will be headline a/b testing – brainstormed several ideas while reading your post, which I can get into action straight away. Oh, and the copy for Adwords – about to set up a campaign, and your tips are just in time!