Assessments with ‘Content Writing’ Skill
The skills that are tested in this assessment for a Content Marketing Manager include how skilled the candidate is in conducting research, planning and creating content, and analyzing data. The assessment asks candidates to explain how they decide on topics and the format layout of new content, how they measure the success of their published content, how they conduct research for a topic that they know nothing about, the questions they consider to be most important to ask when working with a new client, and how they prioritize important tasks during the day.
The skills that are tested in this assessment for a Director of Content Marketing include how skilled the candidate is in their ability to choose the best tools and program to assist them in the content marketing process, what metrics they use to measure success, how they promote content, how they manage their team when issues arise, the actions that they take when developing content marketing strategies, and actions that they take to ensure that themselves and their team are always up to date with practices, technology, and industry news.
The skills that are tested in this assessment for a Content Writer include how skilled they are in their ability to write content, manage multiple projects, and their ability to fit into the company culture. The assessment asks questions that determine if the candidate is able to come up with engaging content to be shared publically, know the difference between B2B writing and B2C writing, how they would manage and prioritize working on multiple important projects at once, as well as what they consider to be important values in the workplace and what they value in a teammate.