Writing copy that’s easy to read and accessible is something I really care about. And it’s not just because I have a passion for great writing. It’s because it really matters.
Creative people listen up. Here are my tips to help you plan a project and tame your tangled mind.
I have a short story featured on a brand new podcast! As some of you may already know that I’m not just a copywriter. I also write short stories. Sometimes those stories get published. And sometimes those stories get featured on brand new awesome podcasts showcasing music and literature in a kind of industrial, epic mash of curious noise and stories.
Last week I shared my top five tips on networking for introverts. They are only a few of the techniques I’ve picked up over the past few months that have helped me continue to get out there. The blog topic proved popular, so I’ve decided to give you a part two!
I’ve found myself using certain systems and techniques to help me network as an introvert, and knowing that I’m not alone, I wanted to share these with you. After months of freelancer networking here’s my guide to networking for introverts.
Business podcasts for start-ups are an amazing tool for the busy entrepreneur because you can listen to them on the go, during a tea break or while you catch up on admin.
Questions I get asked all the time, especially by well-meaning family members. ’What’s copywriting? Does it mean you copy stuff? I could do that!’
I recently completed a copywriting project for a new business: Judith Peterhoff Jewellery. Judith asked me to produce SEO website copywriting and product descriptions.
Copywriting blunders can sometimes be witty, poetic or even sentimental.
thelastenchantments: “London – city of books, city of readers…” – The Last Enchantments