Publishing is a team sport. It's one of the reasons we like it so much. For countless years our team of seasoned professional writers and editors have successfully evaluated marketplaces, and created content that engages readers, and increases readership and sales. We work closely with companies to take the deep dive and learn your business. We are your editorial team and provide valuable, timely, and pertinent content that assures you rank high in search and form online relationships that builds business.
We have our roots in putting words on paper for newspapers, magazines and books, and marketing materials. Today we specialize in digital and electronic content published across a variety of platforms, each carefully chosen to fit your company's brand and marketing goals.
Providing regular, quality content is a bit like feeding a hungry beast. It takes time and has to be done very carefully. We have a deep commitment to accuracy and viability and as writing professionals we understand the ethics of building a trusted brand through online content.
Recent Blog Posts
We have a couple of 20-something year-olds under our roof at the moment, which is why I took note recently of an article titled “20 Things 20 Year-Olds Don’t Get.” It’s written by Jason Nazar, founder of Docstoc for Forbes. He laments that he is long past his moment of being featured as a [...]
I believe in sin. It happens. We’re human. I also believe in confession and forgiveness. So here is my confession and request for forgiveness: I’ve judged others – perhaps unfairly – by their content. When I’ve come upon a website with out-of-date content or a blog not posted to in eons, I’ve jumped to conclusions. [...]
Clearly written content that provides answers to any potential question a customer may have is imperative in creating good online content.
The Trust-o-Meter: If there were a way to measure how trustworthy you come across online, how would you rate?
Working on TEDxOrangeCoast reinforced some online content strategy basics for the Online Content Producers. Some lessons learned…