21 April 2020 by Danielle Auld
Writing’s hard. So you need to nurture yourself, vent and cut yourself some slack. Not sure how? Danielle Auld has a few ideas.
Category: Blog, Copywriting lifeTags: mindfulness, self-care, writing |
2 July 2018 by Is Andrews
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.
Category: Blog, Copywriting lifeTags: creativity, original thinking, procrastination, Productivity, writing |
20 June 2018 by Sarah Townsend
Sarah Townsend’s rundown of frequently made word blunders and mix-ups.
Category: Blog, Language and grammarTags: language, writing, writing mistakes, Writing tips |
26 February 2018 by Felicity Wild
Felicity Wild on how to stop yourself from sliding into copywriting lingo.
Category: Blog, Copywriting technique, Language and grammarTags: copywriting, jargon, language, writing |
23 August 2017 by
Tips from Timothy Woods to help you make sure your copy does what it’s supposed to.
Category: Blog, Blog Main Feature, Copywriting techniqueTags: advice, copywriting, writing |
27 September 2016 by Leif Kendall
Are your blog post titles intriguing your readers? Or just confusing them?
Category: Copywriting techniqueTags: blogging, copywriting, titles, writing |
27 May 2016 by Kirsten Irving
Get inspired and develop your skills with a day of talks, panels, awards and project launches – at Wordstock 2016.
Category: Events & trainingTags: Conference, networking, Wordstock, writing |
16 September 2015 by Chris Kenworthy
Chris Kenworthy reflects on the personality traits that good writers share.
Category: Copywriting lifeTags: copywriting, freelance, writer, writing | Comments Off on Do you have these 5 traits of a good writer?
26 June 2015 by Natalie Smithson
Is being free to work anywhere and at any time a gift or a curse for freelance copywriters?
Category: Blog, Copywriting life, FreelancingTags: creativity, ideas, motivation, writing | Comments (2)
26 June 2012 by Vikki Ross
Keep your writing natural, but remember that a ‘crude-oil worker’ and a ‘crude oil worker’ mean very different things.
Category: Blog, Copywriting techniqueTags: grammar, writing |