Create a following — Content That Works connects businesses with their communities through smart content strategies.
Be picky — We love picky: In fact, our standards often exceed what our clients expect. We think it’s the big things that set apart Content That Works from other content providers. It’s our trait of quality.
Have imagination — Innovative, cutting-edge content solutions that help you achieve your business objectives. That is pretty much what we do best. Being innovative is a full-time job, but helping our partners stay ahead of the curve in today’s media environment is our priority.
Develop the right relationships — Content That Works’ results-driven ideas help you connect with new readers, advertisers and untapped markets. We work directly with our partners to craft content strategies that will open new revenue streams and grow their business.
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Online — Our digital-content platforms are tested for user-friendliness, and we are continually updating them with the latest technology.
Print — Content That Works creates insanely great content that’s produced by talented journalists sourced from authoritative experts and memorable to your audience.
Native Advertising — We think the most important part of our business is to think, adapt and grow. Because the content world changes daily, we’re constantly creating new products to help you achieve your business objectives.
Content Warehouse — Thousands of media rich articles and images are at your disposal with social media services that are the secret sauce to expand your message.
Look, we love this stuff, we really do. Too many agencies farm out their content creation to untethered writers and bloggers. We keep a stable of purebreds and award-winning experts on topics we think uniquely identify with our clients’ audiences to engage them in the stories we tell.
By: Nicole Schweitzberger, Digital Media Director/NIE-Kid Scoop Director and Jeanette Hopkins, NIE/Kid Scoop Coordinator – Sioux City Journal It is a privilege to share with others the development of our regional children’s magazine, Kid Scoop News. With the assistance and cooperation from Vicki Whiting, president,......02 April, 2015