Here’s something you don’t hear often in business today: We’re hiring. And we don’t just have one position open, we have four. Here, we've got a few tips that specifically address the Content Marketing Manager position, a role that’s ideal for content writers with a journalism background and a flare for taking complex topics and turning them into educational or informational prose.
To be frank, I’m not involved in the hiring process. So what qualifies me to talk about the position? While I’m technically an Associate Consultant here at Kuno, I’ve taken on quite a few research and writing responsibilities until we hire that perfect candidate for whom we've been holding out.
To be a successful inbound marketing content writer and to even be considered for an interview and trial run here, you need:
These are just a few characteristics of promising inbound marketing content writers (and potential hires). If you possess these characteristics and more, we’d love for you to apply for our available content marketing manager position.
What characteristics of promising inbound marketing content writers would you add to this list? Sound off in the comment section!
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Lisa Gulasy is a young public relations professional highly interested in social media brand management, copywriting and grammar. Lisa works as an Associate Consultant at Kuno Creative where she creates content and assists senior consultants. Find her on Twitter and LinkedIn.