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If you need to communicate, you need content. Content has always been a natural output of an organization, but only with the internet did it become a tireless buzzword. I enjoy producing quality content for business audiences because the writing needs to be concise and to the point. That’s my preferred style.

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Content for content’s sake is a bad idea. Develop something of value.

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Distribution

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Reach your customers on impressionable terms. 

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Tracking

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Content without tracking is irresponsible content.

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Typically I charge per piece, but if it’s a long-term commitment we can set some more sensible terms.

Ideally between 750 – 1,250 words. They can just as easily be more or fewer.

The knowledge is in your heads, not mine. Though I’ll be the one to write the content, the insights will be yours. I’ll spend a few minutes on the phone with whoever is best equipped to address a particular topic before developing any content. The call will be recorded and any follow-up questions I have for the person can be answered quickly via e-mail. The idea is to extract the best knowledge from your team in the shortest possible time.  

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