What’s a Content Acquisition Specialist? 5 Content Writing Jobs Defined
Content writing is an increasingly sophisticated industry, which has led to a wave of hyper-specialized content marketing jobs. From content acquisition specialists to analysts, who’s who? As content marketing matures and content tools become increasingly sophisticated, the industry is relying on increasingly specialized content marketers. This need has led to the creation of new jobs in the field of content marketing for those with design, coding and multimedia experience. We’ve collected five new content positions in addition to an educated guestimate of how much brands are paying these specialists.
1. Web Content Acquisition
- Jobs listed on Indeed: 67
- Average Indeed estimated salary: $65,896
2. Content Analyst
- Jobs listed on Indeed: 77
- Average Indeed estimated salary: $45,577
3. SEO Content Writer
- Jobs listed on Indeed: 91
- Average Indeed estimated salary: $40,000
4. Content Designer
- Jobs listed on Indeed: 46
- Average Indeed estimated salary: $43,648
5. Technology Content Writer
- Jobs listed on Indeed: 51
- Average Indeed estimated salary: $60,000
Technology content editors are a cross between technical and content writers. Since the tech industry is making big investments in producing content there’s an increased need to translate complicated tech products and services into everyday English. The complex nature of these tech products and services has made in-depth knowledge of various forms of tech absolutely necessary, which has led to the rise of technology content writer/editors.
Quality content is the buzzword of the year. As marketers attempt to improve their content, they’ll likely need content creators that have specialized knowledge in order to provide the depth and creativity necessary for great content. Expect a diverse range of new content jobs as the industry matures.
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