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A woman writing.
30 May 2019

Dark Angels review: finding a braver way to work with words

Rebecca Magnus’ thoughts about the Dark Angels writing course.

30 May 2019

How poetry and rhythm can help you write powerful copy

Richard Spencer from A Thousand Monkeys discusses how rhythm has a powerful effect on your copy.

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29 May 2019

How to write content that ranks highly on Google – SEO essentials

Christina Brown shares her recipe for copy and content that is loved by readers and search engines.

A row of postboxes.
29 May 2019

A 12 step programme for email newsletters

Deborah Wroe shares some email newsletter basics.

28 May 2019

3 powerful copywriting triggers that get a response

Alana Beaumont discusses three techniques that can compel readers to respond to your copy.

28 May 2019

4 ways to write blog posts that get noticed

Claire Hewson shares her strategies for writing blog posts that get noticed.

28 May 2019

Why can’t you just do it? The truth about procrastination

How do you overcome procrastination and get things done? Karen Evennett has some advice.

28 May 2019

Make your copywriting memorable with the number three

Lauren MacNeish explores the power of three – and how it can make your copy more effective.

28 May 2019

Imposter syndrome and five steps on how to overcome It

You’ve felt it, right? That nagging sense that you’re not good enough – or talented enough – or qualified enough? Sara Donaldson has some tips for killing the Imposter Monster.

28 May 2019

How does age add value to a copywriter?

Anna Metcalfe reflects on the advantages of choosing a copywriter with tonnes of experience.

28 May 2019

6 of the best… Copywriting HACKS!

You don’t need a copywriter. You just need some big words, obscure jargon and access to Spell Cheque. So says Jo Watson.

28 May 2019

How to write an effective brand manifesto

Richard Spencer of writing agency A Thousand Monkeys shares his advice on crafting an effective brand manifesto.

28 May 2019

Is It Always Bad To Use Jargon In Your Copy?

André Spiteri reckons jargon isn’t always the work of the devil. Here are two examples of how and why jargon can be useful (or essential).

Green shoots in soil.
23 May 2019

What I learned in my first month as a freelance copywriter

Shaun Patrick Hand looks back on his first few weeks in the world of freelance copywriting.

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