Content writers are in huge demand today. And the demand will only go up as more businesses realize the criticality and value of meaningfully developed online content.
But being a good content writer for business requires more than just great writing skills.
You need to be an excellent information forager, collaborator, organizer, and advocate.
In this class, I’ll help you understand what you must do before you write your first word. You’ll understand the process of:
- requirement gathering,
- knowing the audience,
- defining the scope of work, and
- developing templates that’ll come handy in your career as a content writer.
You will also learn:
- what is expected of a content writer,
- what is not the work of a content writer,
- the attributes that make a good content writer,
- how to mindmap, and
- some tools and resources to improve your skills.
"Practice" is the ONLY WAY.
In the class projects, you will work on a checklist to understand the requirement of a content development project.
You’ll also fill a Project Requirement Document that will help you ascertain the time and effort involved in a project and propose a cost confidently.
It will help if you select a project to work on side-by-side, preferably one you haven’t started on.
Who should take this class?
This class is ideal for a newbie content writer or a practicing content writer who struggles with timelines and consistency. These simple tips will make you more effective, productive, and satisfied.
How much time do you have to complete the course?
You have 90 days. However, don't wait that long. Take it up as soon as you register. If you procrastinate, you may never get to it. And that would be terrible because the world needs good content writers.
Don't like the course? Get a refund.
Give the course a try. If you don't find it useful, ask for a refund within 10 days. Of course, you should have completed the course within these 10 days.
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