Atlanta, GA, January 03, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Lampstand Content Creation (www.lampstandcontent.wordpress.com), a writing service that specializes in faith-based content for Christian businesses, announced that its Principal Author Katrina Johnson just earned HubSpot's Content Marketing Certification. The company is interested in seeing Christian businesses succeed in the kingdom of God and in the marketplace. It believes that staying current on content marketing best practices will lead to the creation of faith-based content that gets results.
Lampstand Content Creation primarily focuses on the writing aspect of business content. However, it realizes that other important elements of content marketing must also be considered to generate content that meets the needs of Christian business operators and their audiences. According to Lampstand's Principal Author Katrina Johnson, "Mastering content marketing will help me to communicate better with content marketing managers in companies that employ them and to act as an effective surrogate for those that don't."
Being skilled in all areas of content marketing helps Lampstand Content Creation save its business customers time and money when it comes to content marketing. The essential elements of content marketing that were covered in the HubSpot course include the following:
- Long-term content planning and strategy
- Content generation
- Content promotion
- Content assessment and analysis
- Ideation for growth marketing
HubSpot's training and certification programs are comprehensive and well respected in the marketing field. Lampstand Content Creation wants to become a high performer for faith-based content generation, and earning HubSpot's Content Marketing Certification was the ideal first step toward this goal.
About Lampstand Content Creation
Lampstand Content Creation was founded in December 2017 by a writer who wanted to combine her copywriting craft with her passion for Biblical living. The company specializes in generating optimized web articles, blog posts, press releases and newsletter articles. Its natural customer for this type of content is the stalwart, 21st-century Christian business.