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Written by Vaishali Aggarwal of NewsGram

With the advent of Internet, an era of Information technology has dawned. Information and content is now everywhere. News has become a 24×7 commodity. Computers, smartphones, blogs and websites have become a  part of an ecosystem of digitized information.

Now, the news sources are just a click away. One click, and the next moment you will see hundreds of links before your eyes. In other words, Online Content has become a part of our life in this ‘Era of Digitization’.

But the scenario wasn’t the same if we talk about say a decade ago. News sources were limited in form of news papers, magazines, and Television channels.As they say, if it was not at CNN, it was not a news. But now the information and news landscape has seen what we call ‘Democratization of media’. If a local news paper or TV channel or a news agency does not want to take up or cover a news, so be it. Click a video or jot down the information and share it at Whatsapp or YouTube or you blog and lo and behold. Your content is now visible to the whole world. Anyone from anywhere on the Planet Earth (or even in globe!) can see the news and views shared by you and comment and spread. That is the power of Online Media. That is why ,we say: “The world is on our fingertips now!”

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What is Content Writing?

As the online media and social media has witnessed a boom, so has the demand for online content. From individuals to professionals to small and big businesses, online presence has become a near necessity. If you do not have an online signature (digital signature), you may be even considered out of times!

Whether you are writing for fun or purely your own urge or satisfaction, what you write leaves digital footprints. Thus, even for casual scribbling at online interfaces, one must strive to write meaningfully and correctly. However, when it comes to professional and commercial writings, there is a need of professional content writing. Businesses often take services of online content writers to keep up with their online presence, promotions and branding.

Online content writers and social media professionals help write great content for your digital marketing. These days, website content writing is frequently outsourced to external providers, such as individual web copywriters or for larger or more complex projects, a specialized digital marketing agency. Digital marketing agencies combine copywriting services (such as CopyCrafter) with a range of editorial and associated services, that may include brand positioning, message consulting, social media, SEO consulting, developmental and copy editing, proofreading, fact checking,layout, content syndication, and design.

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Now-a-days, a person looking for the job opportunity as an Online Content Writer would have a plenty of options, as the demand of Online Content Writers has spiked up since the Social Media and news providing agencies are going hand in hand.

When you need online content written and presented in a professional manner, then you need to look for copy-writing solutions.  CopyCrafter comes as  a all in one solution for your digital needs.
CopyCrafter is the platform where the best Online Content Writers are available. They produce custom content for websites, sales letters, brochures, eBooks, PPC advertisements, press releases, e-mails and much more. They have a knack of creating words and text that inspire, motivate and sell.

The job of an Online Content Writer is much more than just posting articles everyday. CopyCrafter provides the best services if you are looking for some best Online Content Writers in the market.

 

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Facebook Birthday Feature Raises Money For Charity

Stan Jensen, retired from working in sales at a Silicon Valley firm, received a message from Facebook asking if he wanted to mark the occasion of his birthday by dedicating the day to a cause. He did.

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When Behnoush Babzani turned 35, she threw a party. She also used her birthday to ask friends to donate to a cause she cares about deeply: helping people who need bone marrow transplants.

She herself received a bone marrow transplant from her brother.

“It’s not that my body was making cancerous cells, it was that my body was making no cells,” she said. “So think about the boy in the bubble. I had to be isolated. I didn’t have an immune system to protect me.”

Using a new feature on Facebook, Babzani in a few clicks posted a photo of herself in a hospital gown when she was receiving treatment and she asked her friends to help raise $350.

New way to raise money for causes

Facebook has always been a convenient way to send birthday wishes to friends. Now users have started taking advantage of a new feature introduced a year ago by the popular social networking site to turn birthday wishes into donations to help a favorite cause.

It’s turned into a huge success for charities. In its first year, Facebook’s birthday fundraiser feature raised more than $300 million for charities around the world. With a new revenue source, some charities are rethinking some of their standard fundraising activities.

The success of the Facebook birthday feature comes as social media users have begun to question how internet services connecting friends and family around the world have also become a mechanism for some to spread hate or influence foreign elections.

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Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, left, accompanied by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey are sworn in before the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on ‘Foreign Influence Operations and Their Use of Social Media Platforms’ on Capitol Hill. VOA

Networks used to spread hate

Along with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, testified in the U.S. Senate recently about steps the company has taken to identify and remove posts that violate the company’s terms of service.

“We were too slow to spot this, and too slow to act. That is on us,” Sandberg told the Senate committee.

Yet, the birthday fundraiser feature shows the power of using social media for good, says Facebook spokeswoman, Roya Winner.

“It gives people who are celebrating a birthday, a chance to turn that day into something that’s bigger than themselves,” she said.

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The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is one of the biggest receivers

Some of the biggest recipients have been St. Jude, the children’s hospital, the Alzheimer’s Association, the American Cancer Society, No Kid Hungry, which focuses on child hunger in the U.S., and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

In the days that followed, Behnoush surpassed her goal, raising more than $1,700. Her social network became an army pulling together to do good.

Rescuing sea lions

Two weeks before his 65th birthday, Stan Jensen, retired from working in sales at a Silicon Valley firm, received a message from Facebook asking if he wanted to mark the occasion of his birthday by dedicating the day to a cause. He did.

He turned to 1,400 Facebook friends to help raise money for the Marine Mammal Center in Northern California, where he volunteers once a week helping injured sea lions.

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He turned to 1,400 Facebook friends to help raise money for the Marine Mammal Center in Northern California. Flickr

He raised $2,300.

“It surpassed my wildest dreams,” he said, and he let his friends know they made a difference.

“You’ve bought a ton of fish,” he told them. “You are feeding all the animals we have on site for several days.”

Also Read: At St. Teresa Charity Home, Out of 450 Births only 170 are in Record

His birthday is coming up again, and the sea lions are always hungry. He’s perfecting his pitch: “I know I’m special to you, but I’d like just the cost of a Starbucks coffee. Just $5. Please.” (VOA)