Content Editors are responsible for all aspects of content, which includes development, design, production, presentation, evaluation and analysis, to name a few. They will use data and feedback from users to help evaluate and enhance the value of a set of written materials and websites.
Content Editors work with marketing and graphic design departments closely to create an overall positive user experience.
Content Editors work with marketing and graphic design departments closely to create an overall positive user experience. They may also produce material for publication, so they must possess excellent writing and editing skills, as well as understand the special considerations for writing for the Web and the wide variety of devices that can access the Internet.
This position requires good communication and interpersonal skills to work effectively with all the team members it takes to create websites. They must also be highly organized and detail oriented and may supervise contributors who provide content, as well.
Content editors typically require a degree in mass communications, journalism or another related field.