Content Science Review subscribers gain full access to all of our insights.
Unlock best practice ebooks, in-depth reports, templates, and more for a year.Learn More and subscribe
A strong content strategist should have a broad range of content skills, including writing, communications, research, planning, marketing, and more. Content Strategists should know how the product and/or web design and development process works and understand how to analyze user data.
To help you hire the right candidate, we put together a sample content strategist job description. This description is based on dozens of content strategist jobs from our Content Jobs board and our deep experience consulting on hiring for content roles. It lists all of the core skills you should look for in a content strategist. You can use this sample job description as the foundation for your next content strategist hire and build in specifics for your company or organization.
To access this PDF, log in if you’re a subscriber, or you can become a subscriber here.
If you are looking to hire a UX writer, see our UX writer sample job description.
Last Updated: October 15, 2020
You know content is important to marketing for your business. You might have piloted content marketing and seen success. Now what? It’s time to get strategic so you can sustain and scale. This whitepaper will help you start.
Frustrated by content evaluation? This whitepaper explains an approach and a tool, ContentWRX, to make evaluating content easier.
Content that uses emotive language performs nearly twice as well as purely factual content. Learn more in this guide from Acrolinx.
Learn why one page is rarely enough to rank for competitive topics and how to build a content cluster that positions you as an authority in this MarketMuse whitepaper.