"Full Stack Writer" = Someone who has all the technical skills to write content, create images or other media, and then get the final product uploaded to a website.
The reason it's labelled as "Full Stack Writer" is because you understand the whole technology stack required to finalize a piece of content.
You see my young and dumb friend, when automation makes certain jobs easier it doesn't always KILL the job....but it often combines them.
For example, a person who wrote newspaper articles in the 1920's would likely ONLY type articles on a typewriter, and never do any of the typesetting needed to create the layout that goes into the physical newspaper:
A 1920's Tech Bro at his state-of-the-art manual typewriter.
The physical typesetting of the newspaper would be handled by someone else, because both of these jobs with 1920's technology were very difficult and time consuming!
But as computers came along, these two jobs started to merge.
Typing articles got easier with text editors. Layouts were automatically handled by computers.
It became very clear that both of these jobs could be combined:
Computers made these tasks way easier.
The person typing the article and the person typesetting pieces of metal could now be combined into one role: Content Editor.
A single person could now type up and layout a whole section of newspaper with ease.
A "Full Stack Writer" Can Do MULTIPLE Things:
I am Neville. I am a writer. But if all I can do is type in a Word doc......then I'm just a "Basic Writer." But if I learn more skills in the writing stack, I can successfully become a Full Stack Writer!
"Basic Writer Neville" can only type words:
"Content Writer Neville" can type words AND make images:
"Full Stack Writer Neville" can type words AND make images AND make videos AND promote the content:
Because I know how to take a piece of content from start-to-finish, in multiple mediums, and upload this content with proper formatting to a website, and know how to promote the content once it's finished.....that makes me a Full Stack Writer!
This also makes my market value higher than someone who can JUST type words in a document.
This is very much like the concept of becoming a Triple Threat to increase your market value.
Becoming "Full Stack" nowadays is hella easy:
Thanks to the internet and awesome software tools, you can pick up pretty much all the skills needed to become a Full Stack Writer in under a year:
The Full Stack Writer knows lots of different skills and fields.
If you take some time, you can learn any skill for free!
(Free books from Library, free YouTube videos, free Facebook Groups, free Meetup groups).
If you pay some money, you can learn any skill even faster!
(Joining classes, hiring tutors, buying courses, buying books).
You also don't have to be the best in the world at every skill, just "pretty good."
If you want to become a Full Stack Writer:
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#2.) Join the Copywriting Course where you'll get all the material to learn all the skills needed, and community support tp help you every step of the way!
Neville N. Medhora - Full Stack Writer
P.S. Becoming a Full Stack Writer is a great way to become a "Triple Threat!"
P.P.S. Have you seen this "Full Stack Writer" role pop up anywhere? Tell us about it in the comments.
P.P.P.S. Feel free to ask any questions about how to become more "Full Stack" yourself! Lemme know in the comments: