Look What Santa Dragged In: Your Big, Fat Content Creation Tool Kit
‘Tis the season of giving! We’ve had a tremendously joyous and successful year, and we’re grateful to you and everyone who has made it possible. We want to say thank you to our clients who have made our year fun, our friends who have made our year warm, and the many amazing colleagues whose ideas and insights have educated, inspired, and motivated us.
As our thank you, we’ve asked Santa to wrap up all our best, most valuable content marketing resources into a big ole package and bring it round to your place.
You’ll find lots of goodies inside that will make your year a little more fun, and less stressful. You’ll get templates, guide books, worksheets, and samples that you can use right away to pump out more content in less time. Bonus: It’ll be the best content you’ve ever written.
Your big, fat content creation tool kit includes manuals, content templates, and real-life samples (some of them are even annotated!) that will guide you step-by-step through our proven process for creating killer:
- Case studies,
- And press releases
During 2016, we’ll expand the resource kit to include guides for blogging, white papers, landing pages, website content, and much more. If you grab your resource kit now, you’ll have access to everything in it PLUS everything we add to it in the coming year. Absolutely free, of course.
Oh, but wait, there’s more!
Because we know 2016 is going to be a BIG big year for content marketing, we think you’d better have some tools for expanding your content writing bandwidth. That’s why we’ve also included our Ultimate Guide to Engaging a Copywriter in the kit.
Go look. Unwrap your kit now, and enjoy the benefits all year round. Thank you for being wonderful, and Happy Holidays!
Heather and the Scopcity Crew
Fen Druadìn Head (formerly Heather Head) is an author, as well as the founder of Scopcity. When she is not writing, running the business, or chasing down bad guys on Twitter, she enjoys hiking, snuggling with her husband and three boys, and avoiding the kitchen.