To get where you’re going you have to know where you are. We’ll help you decide where to scale back or beef up content.
Web overhauls. Mobile first. Blogs or tweets. It all starts with setting goals, scope and plotting the course.
Whatever your project, you’ll get an experienced project manager. This is your point of contact who keeps everything running on schedule.
We’ll adopt your voice to tell your story — at the right level for your readers. Content. Blogs. Peer reports and more.
We’ll make sure every piece of content is clear, correct and on point with your goals and brand standards.
Have the people power but different levels of know-how? Let us help get everyone up to speed.
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By Nina Mitchell When we see successful people, we may question their paths: How did he get to be where he is? How did she land her dream job so early in her career? Did success just land in their laps? Of course not. Success usually comes after a lot of failure. The people whoSeptember 12, 2018
by Karla Webb As healthcare communicators, we translate complex clinical information into understandable terms to help people make decisions about their care. At WriterGirl, we’ve refined a number of practices to write content that’s easy to comprehend, even for the most complex conditions and concepts. We simplify, define and try not to sound like medicalSeptember 5, 2018
by Lyn Engle Video Content DIY It doesn’t matter if you’re in a giant hospital system or a rural physician practice – engaging with a patient for sixty seconds outside of a scheduled office visit is a content marketing win. Creativity, a smartphone, and a little bit of time may not land you an Oscar.August 29, 2018
by Elaine Zeinner What’s Next in Content Marketing: 2019 Trends At WriterGirl, we recently passed around an article from Content Marketing Institute that highlighted what’s hot and what’s not in content marketing. Upcoming speakers for Content Marketing World shared the trends they wished would disappear and predictions on what will be the next big thing. WhileAugust 22, 2018