Portfolios are the Dialogue of Content Marketers’ Web Sites

Show, don’t tell.

A picture is worth a thousand words.

So much for sophomore year English class.

Novelist Elmore Leonard said it was important for him to get to his characters’ dialogue ASAP. His readers skim the set up and go straight to what his characters have to say to each other.  That’s where the color is brightest. Where character is revealed. Where he gives people what they come looking for in his stories.

Note: Most projects were developed in conjunction with Precision Marketing Group

B2B Content Marketing

Websites

hubEngage employee engagement app

Mosaic Mobile Platform App

White papers & eBooks

Manufacturing-Industry-Profile

Engaging-Restaurant-Employees-Industry-Report

hubEngage_Employee_Engagement_App_Guide

Blogging & Ghostwriting

On employee engagement

On identity theft

On B2B writing

Video Scripts

American Pest Control: “Got Mice?”

Arrow Pest Control — Residential

Email Marketing

Samples coming soon

Journalism/Features

On healthcare IT

On travel/recreation: Mountain biking

On travel/recreation: Exploring islands

On sports: High school, college, pros

 

 

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