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  1. November #ProCopyChat

    28 November 2018 by Helen Bridal

    Dubbed the ‘godmother of content design’, Sarah Richards (AKA @escmum) will be in the #ProCopyChat hot seat in November. Sarah set and implemented the content strategy for www.gov.uk and introduced the standards and discipline of content design to the UK government. She now runs Content Design London and will be sharing her expertise during this […]


  2. #ProCopyChat with Glenn Fisher (All Good Copy)

    26 September 2018 by Helen Bridal

    Join us on Twitter to ask your questions and find out Glenn’s tips for writing sparkling copy that sells.


  3. #ProCopyChat: How to use social media productively

    29 August 2018 by Helen Bridal

    For this tweetchat, we will be joined by Go With The Pro (@GoWithTheProUK), who offer mentoring, information and support to small businesses, freelancers and entrepreneurs.


  4. How to write engaging tweets for a variety of clients

    18 June 2018 by Helen Bridal

    Want to make sure your tweets are on-brand and get the results you’re after? Helen Bridal shows you how.


  5. Win a ticket to our Copywriting Conference and a Pro membership!

    27 February 2017 by Admin

    Enter our Twitter competition to win a Copywriting Conference ticket – and 1 year of Pro membership.


  6. What can B2B copywriters expect in 2016?

    7 January 2016 by Fiona Campbell-Howes

    Fiona Campbell-Howes makes five predictions for the year ahead in B2B content marketing.


  7. 5 steps to help your blog stand out

    26 August 2015 by Ben Locker

    Michael Younger sets out a few pointers to help your blog posts reach the right readers and keep them.


  8. “Let’s do something new and different”

    14 August 2015 by Vikki Ross

    Vikki Ross tells the story of #thingsyouhearinagencies and how Twitter can enable collaboration.


  9. #b2bcopychat: useful content

    27 April 2015 by Fiona Campbell-Howes

    Radix Communications’ third Twitter chat will focus on ‘useful content’ – what it is and how to go about writing it.


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