Eh? Stay with me, there’s a clear connection, I promise. But first, I need to tell you a little bit about Margot and the *ahem* addiction we both share. This gets personal.
Friday, May 15, 2020
There are many techniques to make your message more compelling. One is focusing on benefits instead of features. It’s a simple method, but many people remain confused about the difference. In this post, I’ll break it down and explain how to identify, and communicate, your benefits.
Thursday, April 9, 2020
Do you love a good story? Me too. Many are compelling and memorable. Have you made the most of your customers’ stories? They’re a powerful way to sell yourself – without selling. And right now, there’s a great opportunity to collect them. I’ll explain…
Friday, March 6, 2020
Whilst you might feel the answer to this question is remarkably obvious, others will welcome a straightforward explanation. So, that’s exactly what I’m going to do in this post. I’ll illustrate the purpose of a freelance copywriter; what people like me actually do for you.
Monday, February 3, 2020
We expect toddlers to ask umpteen questions daily (and they do). But what about adults? Shouldn’t they know the answers by now? Turns out, asking questions IS a good tactic when you’re older. And us copywriters are old hands at it. For good reason.
Wednesday, January 8, 2020
SEO, keywords, metadata, H1 tags. Does it wear you down? This post is for you. I’m not going to talk *tech*, I want to get some perspective on the issue of optimising web copy to please the likes of Google. Is it essential, optional or a happy balance? Read on.
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
I want to tell you a story about writing case studies. A client of mine wanted to create some fresh material. Current articles were terribly outdated. And so, they decided to gather their own content from the first customer. After all, it was their customer and they just needed their salesman to ask for a few more details, surely?
Monday, November 18, 2019
I tested some automated software on my Twitter account recently. And it got me thinking. How much automation is too much? And will automation water down, or even remove, our authenticity? As businesses and, dare I say it, as people. Let me explain…