This session gives you the chance to consider a fresh approach to your digital content. It breaks down the importance of creating a content package and a relationship with your readers.
Very useful. Got me thinking a lot more about different types of articles and also the differences between print and online.
Junior writer, Immediate Media
One day in-company training course
Creating a content package
- The importance of the content package
- How technology is influencing the way we use websites
- The importance of mobile
- Commercial needs
- How social media has also changed the role of writer and audience
- What this means for a journalist and editor
- Linking and related stories to extend the user journey
- Features and longer news pieces
Doing it: Delegates identify good and bad examples from their own site and competitors
Top tips: How the content package makes a difference
- Why a journalist is now responsible for helping to drive traffic to the site in the first place
- What is SEO?
- Hits, page impressions, session times… which stats matter and why
- How does your content package make a difference?
- Sources of online traffic
- What they expect and what they need to see
- Building loyalty on the page
- The importance of links and referrals
- Using social recommendation and bookmarking sites to feature your pages
- Commercial implications
Doing it: Delegates use a piece of text as a base for creating a successful content package, looking at what it achieves for the audience, commercially, site success and longevity of the story
Creating a better relationship with the user
- How to build a rapport with your audience
- Making the most out of comments
- When to reply, when to ignore
- Dealing with comments and moderation
- Revisiting old content
- Changing the relationship with your audience
Doing it: Delegates look at successes and failures within their own site and competitor sites and work on a comment scenario plan for their content package
Analysis and discussion
To do lists – how will you put into practice what you have learned?
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This course provides you with practical skills that you can apply immediately to your own online content. We send you away with a list of “To dos” to focus on after your training and will follow-up with you to see how you are getting on. We are always here if you have any queries at all.
To find out more about our range of in-company courses, and how we work and support you both before and after your training, please have a look at our in-company training page.
Our bespoke in-company training is run on a date and at a place to suit you. But if you would rather learn online, please have a look at our Writing for the web e-learning course.
Please call 00 44(0)1428 722105 or email us for more information on how we can help you organise your training.