Content Writer Interview Questions:
There are three major skills that need to be evaluated while interviewing for a content writer: researching, writing, and editing. Any flaw in one of these areas will detract from the efficiency of the others.
The best candidates will have a content portfolio that demonstrates their ability to write in a variety of styles about a wide range of different issues. It’s safe to assume they’re familiar with one of the standard style guides, which range from tomes like the Chicago Manual of Style to the Economist’s smaller and livelier version. Many of the top applicants will have a track record of successful experiences in copywriting, a personal blog, or a background in published journalism.
Furthermore, strong candidates should have a background in search engine optimization (SEO) as well as the basic skills of content marketing.
There is no alternative for a written assignment when evaluating a writer. The greatest brief would include an original text that closely mirrors the work they’ll be doing, as well as a rewrite of a fake text to evaluate the candidate’s editing abilities. It’s worth including a short yet difficult task to determine a prospective candidates’ ability to conduct a timely and relevant research, as well as sum up the results.
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