Becoming a published writer is a dream profession for many people. However, most people who dream of becoming a writer do not follow it because of different reasons. One of the most significant reasons for people leaving out their dream of becoming a published author is societal pressure. The fact that societies do not consider writing a proper career makes people go for other professions that are considered more acceptable and appreciable by the societies.
Did you know that digital marketing begins and ends with content? It is rightly said, “Content is the king.” Well-written content can catapult any website to the top of Google and other search engines. If you want your brand to be on the top of the SEO game, you should opt for high-quality content that describes your brand, products, and services.
If you have stumbled upon this article, chances are you want to be a content writer, probably working freelance. Perhaps you want to stray into the world of copywriting, or writing marketing material for advertising purposes. Well, that’s great, but you’re likely wondering what kind of skills you need and what steps you need to take to start.
This is my final entry in this epic series of author interviews, and more pointedly (and poignantly, at least from a personal POV) my final blog for Digital Media Ghost. It’s been a very productive, interesting and educational four-plus years, and I want to publicly thank DMG head honcho Mary Long for allowing me to ramble on for so long on her dime. It’s been a privilege.
My grand finale is a conversation with an author/editor/publisher/journalist I’ve long admired from afar (well, via Facebook), so it’s an additional honor to go out with a big bang in the esteemed personage of Richard Thomas—and no, I don’t mean the Waltons dude, but the more talented one, at least literary-wise…