Although there is some debate about just how many freelancers there are in the U.S., everyone agrees that the number is rising. Writers, graphic designers, photographers, videographers, and other professionals are choosing to work for themselves even as the demand for creative content increases. Meanwhile, brands, non-profits, and small businesses need content for online platforms and other communication channels. The "freelance economy" is creating a new problem: How do organizations that need content find the professionals to create it?
Each year, EContent magazine compiles a list of the 100 companies that matter most in the digital content industry.
If you are interested in being considered for the EContent 100 click here to submit your nomination.
We are allowing companies interested in being considered for the EContent 100 list of companies that matter most in the digital content
industry to submit key information about themselves, which the judges can review during the judging process. Feel free to submit your
nomination whether or not you’ve ever made the list in the past. You will need to complete all fields, so don’t start unless you’ve
already gathered all of the requisite information. Thank You and Good Luck!
Formal Company Name:
Primary Category for which company should be considered:
Secondary Category for which company should be considered (pick two).
Number of Employees:
Chief Officer Title:
Key Product or Products (list only those applicable to EContent market):
I am the person responsible for confirming information:
If not, name of person responsible for confirming information:
Their email address:
50-250 word description of why this company should be on the EContent 100 List: