Content writing should include an evaluation component to help determine if the current content you are using still drives business to the organization. Determine if content should be updated, remain the same with minor changes or determine if something totally new is warranted. After a review of materials content, critical needs will be determined. Content writing can be used to include a multitude of tasks to get you back on track with maintaining and even increasing your market share. Writing projects are another way to create specific tasks by adding fresh content to websites, social media sites, creating E-books, campaigns, and blogs, developing newsletters, flyers, event posters and creating articles for magazines and trade publications.
Don’t limit yourself to just the opportunities listed above but think about content writing for the organization in its totality. Content writing can assist you strategically in evaluating your current content, planning, and maintaining current content and building programs or services after evaluation of content can readily meet the needs of your organization.
How about giving, In the Company of Peacocks a look at your content to maximize an opportunity to generate greater access to the company’s brand.
Seed and Development – When the business is a thought or idea.
Growth – Marketing strategies and sales have made an impact on the business.
Expansion – New periods of growth into new markets. Look for opportunities to gain a stronger market share.
Maturity – The business has reached its highest peak as it is and will require aggressive strategies to stay afloat.
Decline – All things financial have decreased and acceptance of failure to extend the business life cycle by not adapting to the changing business environment.
Exit – It’s inevitable that the business will not bounce back to its earlier stage of growth. This is the opportunity for the owner to cash-out on their years of hard work.
Where is your business in the cycle?
As a business consultant, reviewing specific parts of the business to address strategic goals will assist in planning for next-level challenges and processes.
Pre-Grant Consultation & Grant Writing
Many agency professionals are remarkably busy with the day-to-day operations of the agency, so much so that it makes it difficult to stay in-tune with grant writing tasks for their agencies. That is why it is best to use a professional who is skilled in not only writing grants, but working with a professional who can specifically address the needs for your organization, but who is also aware of the standards required in grant writing. There are basic considerations that you must meet before you can be successful in obtaining a grant from granting organizations.
For more information contact In the Company of Peacocks, Ms. Beverly J. Ray, MBA to discuss the Company’s needs. Ms. Ray is an author, a certified grant writer and instructor. She owns and operates, In the Company of Peacocks, a company that helps want-to-be writers and other business owners to achieve success.
In-Person Writing Courses
This course brings you up close and personal with what it’s going to take to write a book and get it published. It’s writing basics, but with writing activities and discussions to keep you motivated to continue on the journey, even with its forks in the road, twists and turns. There are no promises of; after taking this course that you will be able to write a book in 30, 60 or even 90 days, and there are no astronomical costs for you to absorb to get information, but you will learn new skills and be able to access resources that help you along your writing journey. It’s easier than you think with guided assistance.