1. You get excited about the prospect of proofreading a 20-page document.
2. And then you can’t stop complaining about all of the typos and grammar issues.
3. You refer to all written material as content.
4. And then you don’t understand why people have no clue what you are talking about.
5. You take it personally when your content has poor conversion rates.
6. You are constantly talking about thought leadership, MOFU, TOFU, and mapping to the funnel.
7. Your friends have no clue what “content marketing” is, so you tell your friends you are a professional writer.
8. Infographics and slide decks make you giddy.
9. You stay awake at night thinking about how you’re going to create 5 eBooks by the end of the month.
10. Because you know when you come in the next morning, everyone will be asking you for them.
11. But when they do, you’ll be like: