Copywriter’s Job Description
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In this post, I’ll talk about the copywriter’s job description, technical writer, the difference between a copywriter and a technical writer, and conclusions.
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Copywriter's Job Description
What does a Copywriter do?
Copywriters can work as independent freelancers, at marketing agencies or at in-house marketing departments to produce written promotional materials that make a company’s products more accessible and interesting to potential customers.
Copywriters can write text for a website’s navigation, ad slogans, email campaigns, social media posts, blog entries and any other avenue that a company uses to communicate with the public.
They research a client’s brand voice and style requirements to product front-facing content that persuades customers to use their services or explains the company’s goals and mission.
A Copywriter’s role is to use creativity to produce polished text.
What is the difference between a Copywriter and a Technical Writer?
Copywriters produce engaging and persuasive written content in a marketing capacity, while
Technical Writers produce heavily researched content that’s mostly informative.
While Copywriters can also produce informative pieces, they have the general purpose of advertising a company by increasing its visibility and authority on a subject.
Copywriters can be more creative and casual with their language,
Technical Writers should be straightforward and use industry jargon.
Technical Writers are more specialized and may focus on a particular type of writing that requires extensive expert knowledge, such as medical writing, legal documents, instruction manuals and grant writing.
Responsibilities and Duties:
- Write copy – Digest core visual aids, brand guidelines, and existing marketing assets into manuscripts for use on emails, web sites, social media and banners for both patient/consumers and healthcare providers
- Copy editing – Review, process, and act on client and Regulatory copy feedback
- Proof copy – Compare manuscripts to designs and developed assets (emails, web sites, banners, etc.) and ensure all copy, references, and formatting are correct
- Meet with Clients and Teams – Monthly, bi-weekly, weekly, sometimes daily meetings are a part of your day-to-day and you will need to schedule and participate.
- Represent Ascender – you’ll serve as an ambassador for the company and nurture relationships with clients and vendors which ultimately help further grow the company.
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