I’m a Big Shot! More Fun with Titles


Another idea: what “big shot” sounding titles can I compose that are, in fact, accurate for my position?

Global Advertising Liaison (quarter-pages ’round the world.)
Associate Communications Director (In fact, I associate with them almost every day.)
Associate Vice President (I associate with them, too.)
Global Branding Oversight (I do tend to overlook a lot of that stuff.)
Environmental Infrastructure Liaison (although I think I’m finally out of that r’garden stuff).
Director of New Media (I get this by default because no one else knows what it is.)

I’m the writer. Or…

While chatting with someone today, I quipped that I would like my business card to carry the title “Content Sniper.” And I would, really. Which led me to imagine, what are some other titles that might more accurately reflect the skills and mysterious chem that is, actually, about 75% of the package that makes a good “writer.”
How about…
Content Engineer (Engineer! That might win more respect around The Company.)
Differentiator (A handful of astute people have honed in on this one.)
Message Designer (alternatively, Content Designer,)
Textual Expression Specialist (for my Graphic Artist buds who always call copy “text.”)
Factotum (I actually used this one for awhile when I was a freelancer–latin, meaning, an employee or official having many different responsibilities. Still dead-on.)
Comprehensibility Control Specialist (would work well in my current situation)
UnTechnical Writer
Information Weaver (I get this, no one else would)
Randomizer (actually, not random at all though it looks that way to others)
Page Filler (for those who think it’s that easy)
Lorem Ipsum (same as the preceding)
Language Stylist (sounds neat, but too narrow)
Hostess, Market Party (inside joke–enemy of the infamous “party bore.”)
Brand Stamper (I like the rhythm of that one)
Branding Iron (hysterical!)
Last Brand Standing (not a good title, but a good name for a small copy biz)
WhatthefuckamIdoinghere (too direct, perhaps)