content creation

Why Ignorance and Copywriting Go Hand in Hand

  Why should you go to the trouble of finding a copywriter who can create your content for you when you have a team of people already…

Let’s Face it. You’re Not Unique

How to stand out when you don’t have a USP Every marketer (including me) says you have to highlight your USP (unique selling point) to make your reader understand why he or she should…

Blogging Hell – Generating Ideas

  Every day, before I start client work, I try to write a blog. This has been my routine for the past ten years. Sometimes the ideas flow and, before I know it, another blog is scheduled…

Writing Perfect Content – To Whom Should you be Writing?

  When it comes to creating the perfect message for your brochure, web copy, emails, newsletters, and every other piece…

Your Content is Alienating Your Customers

  I’ve been in the copywriting game for quite a while now, and if there’s one thing I hate, it’s ‘in your face’ marketing content. You know the stuff I mean; all those websites…

Website Content: Why You Need Three Levels of Content – Part 2

  This is part two of the article looking at the different levels…

Edit Your Way to Stronger Content

  If there’s one thing I’ve learnt since becoming a copywriter, it’s that writing the initial draft of a project is the easy bit. OK, that makes it sound a doddle; it’s not, but…

How to Make Your Copywriting Persuasive

  If your content doesn’t persuade your reader to do something, it’s a complete waste of space. Harsh but true. The internet is full of articles that take up space. They don’t offer the…

Why You Shouldn’t Get Hung Up on Word Count

  My web page must contain 600 words. My blog posts have to be at least 1000 words in length. Enough already. Why…