27 Jul 2018

Dangerous words: how copywriters can avoid getting sued

Sarah Adams of PolicyBee explores some of the legal risks that copywriters can face.

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25 Jul 2018

How to get rich on copywriting

Want to earn your living by writing copy? Honor Clement-Hayes explains how it’s done.

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23 Jul 2018

Laura Glover — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight

“Write for every brand you can lay your hands on. Variety is vital, even if you eventually become a specialised copywriter in one field.”

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18 Jul 2018

Sarah Turner — ProCopywriters Member Spotlight Revisited

“If you’re really good at what you do, you should get paid a shed load. It doesn’t matter if you’re 22 or 62.”

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16 Jul 2018

Is One Minute Briefs better than a CV?

Clare Jennings on how to show off your skills without the aid of a portfolio.

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11 Jul 2018

Why the job title “content manager” is a misnomer

How do you hire the content professional you actually need (instead of the one you think you need)? Irene Triendl has a few ideas.

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09 Jul 2018

Evaluating the way you work and how you deal with others

Gillian Jones’ suggestions for taking stock of what you do and how you do it.

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04 Jul 2018

How to write like a bloody person

No-nonsense advice from Andy Nattan on banishing jargon and corpspeak from business writing.

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04 Jul 2018

10 song lyrics that are also great copywriting tips

Kate Greenwood on what music can teach us about copywriting.

02 Jul 2018

Why procrastination isn’t (always) bad

Is Andrews explains why using delaying tactics (instead of plonking your backside in your chair and getting on with writing), can sometimes be a positive thing.

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