To many people, training as a website editor still seems irrelevant to their working life. Even professional editors don't always get the point.
So we thought we'd list some of the positions that open up to someone trained as a website editor. Different clients will certainly use different definitions, but after you've gained a Diploma in Web Content, you can answer advertisements for these jobs with a fair bit of confidence:
1. web content editor
2. web content developer
3. web content manager
4. online journalist
5. corporate blogger
6. social media content provider
7. intranet content developer
8. intranet content manager
9. online learning and teaching (teachers)
10. developing online teaching materials (teachers)
11. SEO copywriter
12. internet marketing copywriter.
Some of our graduates have scored their ideal jobs immediately after finishing the Diploma. That always gives us a special glow!
A Diploma in Web Content is not just a handsome, colourful certificate to hang on your wall or an addition to your CV. It gives you confidence that you can handle jobs that involve web content. And that's priceless.
People also do many everyday writing jobs more competently after completing the Diploma in Web Content, for example, these ones:
1. technical writing
2. instructional writing
3. public relations
4. corporate communications
5. scientific and professional writing
6. copywriting and copyediting
7. business writing and editing
8. policy writing
9. report writing
10. plain language writing.
Sign up for our fantabulous little online Diploma in Web Content -- why wouldn't you?