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Content Writing

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Course Detail
Course Level: Beginner to Advanced
Course Duration: 4 Months | 8 Months
Training Days: Monday to Friday
Training Time: 4 hours / Day | Regular Office Time
Course Mode: IN-class (Offline) at our premises
Course Type: JOB oriented training
Course Start On: On Registration | Admission
Class Size: 1 to 1 | No Groups| No Batch

COURSE BENEFITS

  • Considering is your last training: We assure for knowledge, so once your get job then your training will end.
  • Know your skills:Choose/Suggested a technology what you can do best.
  • Authenticate your skills: Entire course is on industrial practice so awarded with experience latter on placement.
  • Be highest paid fresher:We invented a unique model to get the job with highest starting salary, if you get good offer then US, you can join to them.
  • We don’t bind your ability: No specific course content, learn as much as you can, beyond the topics it helps to become logically sound.

Why become a writer?

Inspiration for Content Writing

Types of writing and its important

Where to start and what to start

Analys subject before you start writing

Introduction to Writing

Planning your Writing

Reference and Plagiarism

Being a Good Reader

Driving your document design with scenarios

Focusing on a document's purposes

Communication with Subject Expert

Creating a OutlineWriting Effective Paragraph

Check Grammatical ErrorUse synonyms Technique to make identical write up

How visitors read on the web search engine standings

Identify goals of your website

Writing for your target audience

Headlines and titles

Too much or not enough information - finding the happy medium

Common mistakes

Apply a document-driven process to write better and faster

Content writing is the basic for all the different types of writing. Once you specialize in content

Writing, you can graduate and upgrade to the following types of writing

Web content writing

Technical Writing

Creative Writing

Research Writing

Scientific Writing

Copywriting

Article Writing

Web Copywriting

Press release Writing

Blog Post content Writing

Ad Copywriting

Benefits of effectively communicating technical information

Dealing with common writing problems

Communication with Graphic Expert - Creating Images

Knowing when and what to edit

The editing triage

Editing throughout the document process

Writing for Web

Things to Remember while Publishing

Exposing tacit knowledge

Knowing when you've "covered it all"

Incorporating creative writing without going overboard

Ways to stand out from your competition

Discriminating between the three levels of information

Creating strong subjects

Building sentence variety

Solving common grammar problems in technical writing

Structuring information with tables and lists

Selecting the right words

Two strategies for rewriting

Official

Primer

Nominal

Telegraphic

Selecting the most effective style

Developing cohesive documents with Given/New and transitions

Applying useful headings to support skimming

Structuring information around the reader's scenarios

Available writing styles

General to specific

Effect and cause

Problems-methods-results

Order of importance

Compare and contrast

Writing as a signalling system

Learn Audience-driven document design

How human cognition affects how users read content

Understand how to improve readability by writing scannable text

Relating document structure to the audience

Recognizing the varieties of user manuals

Developing reference manuals and white papers

Determining the document types

Post-positive vs. pragmatic documents

Implementing the right document format

Tutorials and standard operating procedures

Designing Play script and Minimalist tutorials

Structuring sentences and sections

Handling introductions and conclusions

Designing the appearance of your page

The technical document reading process

FontsWhite spaceAlignment

Employing photos, drawings and graphs

Focusing graphics

Develop Your Own Content on a Given Topic

Learning About IT Sector and Technologies

Learning Social Media / Digital Marketing

Working on Projects, Define ideas

Start working, Explore Troubleshooting writing, synonyms

Get help from Google to find right Solutions

Complete project on timeline, make plannings

Work on live project and get hired

We have Internship / project training for you with unique practical based learning thats make you Industry ready. Step in as Intern and step out as professional. First learn how industry works and its standards. Then complete your project Under experienced Developer’s guidance for practical industry exposure, this training is non programming sections and any graduate can learn this

Make a plan about how we can achieve our goal with deadline

Discussed & finalise Project definition

Clear with Basic products, webs and Lifecycle of products & audience

Define difficulties and solutions for project to get on high rank

Research Analytics on project keywords analysis and domain audience target

Start work on project till not get best writing articles

Make career as employee, freelancer, Entrepreneur or Online Earning as bloggers

LEARN WHICH BEST SUITS YOU

No limits on learning, no limits on duration, no limits on salary, no limits on interviews, learn as much as you can & get ready for your first job.

4 MONTHS TRAINING(CODE :- PTP 4)

  • 4 months training duration

  • Monday to Friday (04 hours / Day)

  • Only practical based training

  • Individual 1 to 1 training

  • Professional developers as trainer

  • Stipend provide based on performance

  • Confirmed job – on-job training program

8 MONTHS TRAINING(CODE :- PTP 8)

  • 8 months training duration

  • Monday to Friday (Regular office time)

  • Live & Direct work with team.

  • Stipend during training, Attractive salary offer.

  • +Unlimited placement, Dual job opportunity.

  • Get your first job offer on the day of joining.

  • IN as fresher OUT as experienced professional developer

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