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What Is WID's Executive Content Community?

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This exclusive community is optimized for search and allows you to present yourself exactly as you are: an expert in your field. As an exclusive member, you'll have the ability to write niche articles that will be hosted in the Community section of our site.

Not to mention, fellow C-suite professionals will be able to read and interact with your articles - that means, you will grow your executive presence AND your professional network.

Additionally, the community feature is built to be shared. This means your articles can and should be shared on social, increasing your executive online presence.

In a nutshell, our Executive Content Community can help you exercise your executive presence so you can get noticed by high-profile organizations who need your expertise!

How Will This Benefit Me Professionally?

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At the risk of sounding like we're bragging, let's talk about how we know this Community will grow your professional brand:

We receive over 3 million views on our articles in a month. That means your articles will have a reach that's not achievable by posting solely on LinkedIn.

By choosing to write and actively post in our community, your name and expertise will become searchable on Google. When a future employer searches you online, these articles will show and they'll look good, which will make you more sought-after for your area of expertise.

When you first join our community, you'll work with our highly-skilled team to ensure you understand how to utilize our platform successfully. Your first article will receive personal feedback to ensure it not only looks as good as it reads, but so it can perform as well too.

In addition to this initial coaching, we will feature the community article with the most views each week in our newsletter, which has over 55,000 subscribers. With the ability to share and promote your articles easily through social media, you have a great chance of being featured!

How Can I Join?

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This exclusive community is open to executives on an invitation-only basis.

You must be an existing Work It Daily Member part of our Executive-Level program. If you're not already a Work It Daily member and you're interested in joining this community, you can sign up here.

If you're currently an Executive member inside Work It Daily, please fill out this form and someone will be in touch with you shortly.

If you have any additional questions about our Community, you may contact Community@workitdaily.com and we will be happy to assist you further!

I'm A Work It Daily Member & Was Invited To Join This Community!

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If you were already approved and invited to join the WID Executive Community and are ready to energize your executive presence, here's what you should do:

  • Check the email you used to sign up for Work It Daily for an email inviting you to create an account (If you don't receive one within 1 business day of being approved please email support@workitdaily.com)
  • Create an account within our Community. Remember, your articles will be seen by potential employers so choose a great profile picture and bio for your profile page!
  • Before you write; check out the Executive Content Community Course inside our coaching platform. This will walk you through anything you need to know about growing your online presence
  • Get writing! If you feel unsure about an idea or a specific tool within our community, feel free to email Community@workitdaily.com and we will be ready to help you out!

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