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There was an article in this morning's Silicon Valley news about Wacky Job Titles.

Jolly Good Fellow
Extra Terrestrial Observer
Certified Thanatologist
Bug Specialist
Mood Fixer
Snack Huntress.

It got me to thinking ... what might be a good job title for a content marketer.

I sometimes call myself - Chief Storyteller. Yeah, I know ... not so wacky.

What wacky title can you come up with that would describe your job as a content marketer?
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The Storyteller
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I like my Marketing Magician- it says so much while saying so little!
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I worked for Cisco Systems for a number of years and we had a few titles that were interesting as well. Futurist, Market Adjacency Specialist. But the best for a content marketer is Thought Engineer!
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Thought Engineer ... I like that one.

When I tell people I do content marketing they look at me all glassy-eyed.

I might as well tell them something fun.

How about Story Engineer?
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Wacky Wil.by Web Weaver
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@morrnel

Hey, Morris.

I hope I wasn't too harsh this morning. Really.
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How many content marketers does it take to change a light bulb is a question that has long gone unanswered. To suggest any specific number without doing proper analysis would be to overlook the numerous method one might consider in actually undertaking the task at hand. For example, we must consider,

- does the task require a ladder?
- is a hand-held extender available/necessary?
- can the bulb be removed/replaced without tools?
- is the content marketer available at present?
- will the exercise result in useable content?
- should an assistant be available to take notes?

The answer to each of these questions leads, necessarily, to a range of still other questions. We will consider each in the paragraphs which follow. First however, let's take a look at some important definitions in order to be sure we are all working from the same page...
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We must consider the persona of the light bulb maker.
And we can take a look at the ladder maker as well so we can bring him/her in as an affiliate.

And we must consider who will do the training of the ladder climber.

Are there conferences for ladder climbers, light bulb makers and tool providers for the turning of light bulbs?

And who are the influencers in this bright shining niche? Can we get them to tweet, face and stick their noses, er, thumbs up for us?
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Thanks @Belew. I hadn't considered the affiliate opportunities contained in all of this. The monetization possibilities are extensive. I think there might be a video course and a live webinar in there somewhere too. Nice.

Hmmmm... and a book:

The Coming Change
Bringing Light To The Under-Served
(A Comprehensive Analysis of Light Bulb Removal and Replacement)
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Top Contributor Steve private msg quote post Address this user
Don't forget that you will be able to repurpose the content for all of the different types of light-bulbs ... and then you have internal, external and those that work under water...

Could be a whole series of books and no doubt a television series...
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@Belew, not an issue.
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@Rev @Steve

And then we can create an info product to teach others how to do the things we have learned how to do.

But we will need someone to build a website and someone else to manage the social networking.

We can do webinars and podcasts and write white papers ... and in the end go public.

Whew! That was fun.
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I call myself "Chief Pilot" of Bush Pilot Marketing but I like "Chief Sausage Maker"
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Remember "Chief Cook and Bottle Washer?"

How about "Chief Frump?"
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Top Contributor Steve private msg quote post Address this user
have you played with this...

http://www.bullshitjob.com/title/

Some amusing answers, like this...

Future Integration Producer
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@Steve

Not yet. But I am about to.

I wonder how they got the domain.
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