Making great content is expensive and time-consuming. Bad content briefs make content even more expensive money-wise and time-wise.
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- Researching a Topic
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Why buy my template pack?
I'm Diana, content marketer, creator, and currently head of content at VEED—an online video creation and editing startup. I've taken our blog from zero to over 150,000 monthly readers all while also hiring and briefing the best writers I can find. And I've been doing this singlehandedly since we had zero traffic.
🔥 Fun Fact: The readership I've built creates 4X more video content using our tool than non-readers.
But when I got started I had no clue what I was doing. I'd never been a head of content before much less run an entire blog.
Through trial and error, my intuition as a fellow creative, and subscribing to the teachings of other marketing minds I was able to figure out the delicate balance of how to guide creative minds to be able to write the blog I'm looking for WITHOUT suffocating their creativity.
On top of creating unequivocal clarity for writers, my briefs are ultra-detailed yet still simple enough to understand so any stakeholders (or anyone really) who reviews a brief is on the same page as you.
Copy my templates to define what great looks like no matter the topic.