The term “content” is amusing to me having grown up watching journalism morph into an amalgamation of marketing and fact-based writing. That said, I love it: interviews, research, experience-based storytelling, and the personal growth that comes with each piece. Here are just a few projects that required more than a quippy headline:
Microsoft /Why 3D Printing is Disrupting Manufacturing + interview-based healthcare-related pieces + CMO/CIO partnerships + retail innovation + pieces on the cloud (originally published on Microsoft for Work, but Microsoft has shuffled around content and can only find this man named Frank passing the piece off as his own). There’s plenty more content where this came (though you’ll have to bear with screen grabs).
KeyBank / Moving Countries: Tips to Make Your Travel Dreams a Reality + Do You Need to Carry Cash + Saving In Your 30s: What You Need to Know + bundles of others, but KeyBank doesn’t have a handy tool to search by author
The Huffington Post / 10 Secret Spots in America’s Top National Parks
Supercall + Captain Morgan / America’s Most Epic Spring Celebrations
Yahoo Travel / 10 Things You Should Never Do at a Destination Wedding