Content creation

Write Your Content So It Reflects How People Buy

If you knew what made people buy, writing your marketing content would be a doddle, right? I’m not talking about features versus benefits…

Content Marketing Doesn’t Have To Be Hard

The daily grind of creating fresh long-form content to keep your readers (and the search engines happy) is a huge task. It can, at times, feel as though you’re scaling…

5 Reasons Why Your Writing Sucks

  It’s official; your writing sucks. Your web content fails to attract people, your blogs are instantly forgettable, and your newsletters fall flat on their faces. Or at least they would if they had…

Your Marketing Must Focus On One Idea Only

  “The number of ideas to use in an ad should be odd – and three’s too many.” Timo Everi, Hasan & Partners Helsinki     Working…

Content Creating – The Number One Mistake You’re Making

  Content creation is a big part of running any business. It doesn’t matter if you’re a one-person band or a multinational corporation,…

Copywriting For Sole Traders

  Copywriting for a sole trader (entrepreneur, or whatever you want to call yourself) can be tricky. Online promotion takes a lot of content in multiple formats, but it also has to be done right. Filling cyberspace with meaningless twaddle isn’t…

Go Green With Your Old Content

  Being green is the new black. We’re told to recycle everything, so how about recycling your content? Over the years, you’ll build up a valuable library of content. It contains things like blogs,…

Why Don’t You Want To Be Different?

  From an early age, we’re led to believe that being different is a bad thing. Throughout our school journey, we want to fit in with the ‘in’ crowd. We…

Why It’s A Bad Idea To Write Your Content In-house

Times are tough and you need to keep your costs down, I get that. But it’s important not to lose…

How To Focus Your Copywriting

Understanding who you’re talking to When you settle down to start writing your marketing content, who or what are you thinking about? Allowing spurious thoughts to enter your head while writing (such as what’s for tea tonight,…