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Your guide to become a Content Manager in Malaysia

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Who is a Content Manager?

Content managers develop the voice for an organisation’s online presence.

Content managers develop the voice for an organisation’s online presence. Their job includes writing, editing and proofreading site content, and working closely with the technical team to ensure that the site is always online and that it is continuously embracing the latest developments.  Moreover, their duties include creating site promotions, email newsletters and online outreach programmes.

Content managers develop the voice for an organisation’s online presence. Their job includes writing, editing and proofreading site content, and working closely with the technical team to ensure that the site is always online and that it is continuously embracing the latest developments.  Moreover, their duties include creating site promotions, email newsletters and online outreach programmes.

The pros & cons of being a Content Manager:

Pros

Suitable for peoples who like desk jobs

Can find work in many industries

Job enables you to be creative and keep with the latest technologies

Cons

Content writers are prone to eye strain and carpal tunnel syndrome

Competetive job market

High stress due yo daily deadlines

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