Since the beginning of time, words were used to communicate a person’s deepest thoughts, build brands that last a lifetime, tell silly stories, create platitudes of love and so much more. If you’ve been consumed with the amazing ways words are used to make the world go – we have a position for you.
Our next content strategist has been diagraming sentences since they were young, either wrote in a personal diary or journaled constantly while looking for new ways to tell a more complete, compelling story. We’re looking for the person who may have been annoying to others by correcting sentence structure or challenging a word in Scrabble. We get you. Frankly, we know that you do not appreciate a poorly constructed sentence and you’re willing to use your red pen or strikeout tool to make sure the content is tight.
Wordsmiths are living in an amazing time when content is king. Providing strategic content that represents a company’s values, goals and culture makes sense to you. It drives you every day. Are you someone who secretly hopes you’ll be the one to add a new word to Webster’s dictionary? Most of us at M3 Group feel that way too. We’re always looking for the best way to tell our client’s brand story. We work together to create content for a multitude of mediums include websites, advertising campaigns, social media, press releases and marketing tools. But we’re obsessed with using our skills to create a content strategy that helps engage people every day to do something.
If you like to see how a potential customer follows a journey that engages with something you’ve written, or you believe it’s your mission to map content – you’ve found your people. Join the team at M3 Group and use your talent to move businesses forward. We’re looking for that unique individual who wants to be part of an organization who works hard to meet and exceed client expectations but enjoys every minute by utilizing his or her talent.
As a word connoisseur, our new team member will have the degree necessary to tout this accomplishment and also be able to recognize the value of AP Style and to effectively debate the Oxford comma. In addition, this person will be armed with technology prowess in platforms like Pardot, Hubspot, Marketo or Sharpspring and will know that Hemingway is still able to provide writing advice.
Join our team today.
We are looking for a Content Strategist to develop written content for marketing and communicating our client’s business purposes, from:
Content Strategist responsibilities include publishing content for the clients assigned to the team. It’s important that the Client Strategist understand the power of content and our monthly newsletter, tracking website traffic and user engagement and generating new blog post topics. If you have creative ideas about how to engage our audience online and have experience producing new content types, we’d like to meet you. Please share a portfolio or links to your published work, along with your application.
Ultimately, you will ensure our web content is on brand and adds value to existing and potential customers.
To apply, please send your resume, a clever cover letter, and some writing samples by clicking the button below.