Three Types of Content All Marketers Should Write


In today’s marketing world, new tools and tactics are forcing forward-thinking marketers to change their approach. Gone are the days when writing about your brand’s name or products ends in your desired result. The modern marketer needs to understand how to be a compelling storyteller, which includes writing content in a variety of different ways.

Here are today’s three most relevant marketing writing styles and when to use them.

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The Media-Information Future: Refocusing the Press on Knowledge

Tom Patterson is the Bradlee Professor of Government and Press at Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy. He also serves as the Research Director of

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Your State Press Associations


Here is a list of state press associations for more resources on what’s happening in the industry, updates in your state, and more job resources.

State press associations

Journalism organizations with print job listings


See more Job Resources at the American Society of News Editors


40+ Keywords NEEDED for your Job Search and Resume


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How to be a Freelance Journalist

Many of us have talked about ways to break into the journalism, writing, content development industry, or even ways to become a better content creator.  There are so many resources out there to help you build your pathway to success, but where do you start?  According to Matthew Stibe, it all starts windowslivewriterhowtobeafreelancejournalist-8d1dimage05with reading.  Read everything you can!  I found this great article with tips and tricks on becoming a freelance journalist.  It talks about the basics of finding a subject, generating ideas, organizing your work and even having a sense of humor.  Read the full article here:

How to be a Freelance Journalist, Original Post by Matthew Stibbe