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22 Oct 2019

A simple business plan for freelancers

Alice Hollis shares a clear, quick and easy business plan template you can use for your copywriting business.

16 Oct 2019

Webinars from ProCopywriters – develop copywriting skills in your lunch break

With 18 interactive webinars planned for 2020, there are loads of ways to expand your copywriting horizons.

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16 Oct 2019

How to turn your unglamorous information into a marketing tool

Helen Keevy’s a vote for not making your customers forage for information.

15 Oct 2019

Speed networking — is it worth it?

Speed networking a chance to meet like-minded business owners or death by pitching? Shaun Patrick Hand finds out.

14 Oct 2019

Copywriting Conference 2020

Copywriting Conference 2020 tickets are on sale now. Now with a day of pre-conference training and two new venues.

10 Oct 2019

Please don’t say “welcome to my website”

Mike Garner on why using empty pleasantries is a terrible way to greet potential clients.

08 Oct 2019

4 ways that reading can make you a better writer

How can picking up book or a magazine improve your writing skills? James Cullen explains.

03 Oct 2019

How to make small print and terms and conditions readable

Leigh James’ tips for making the bits of copy that no-one’s interested in clear and easy to understand

02 Oct 2019

Write like you talk. Nuff said

You don’t have to use stuffy, formal language in your content. Matthew Drzymala explains why.

01 Oct 2019

7 common business blogging mistakes and simple ways to fix them

Anna Lewin’s easy ways to make your blogging better.

25 Sep 2019

Freelance copywriting — the first month

Shaun Patrick Hand looks back on his first few weeks as a freelance copywriter.

20 Sep 2019

How to stop analysis paralysis from getting in the way of your writing

James McCann-Ellerington on how to ditch the excuses and start writing.

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18 Sep 2019

It’s not me, it’s you! When to break up with a client

Sally Major’s thoughts on how to figure out if it’s time to part ways a client.

12 Sep 2019

Everything before the but is bollocks

Leigh James shows how using ‘but’ can stop you getting your point across.

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