When most of us are looking for a particular product we’ll most likely end up with one of a few “favourite” options. If we know what we want, Google gives us a few clues and we go with a balance of what we think is the best product, at the best price, from the most … Read More
Why are you surprised that your customers turn to social media when they are frustrated with a brand, company, product or experience? There are no doors What used to go on over the telephone with your CSRs and what used to happen at the front of the queue at the returns counter are no longer … Read More
Think about this for a moment: the press release is a text-based promotional tool developed over 100 years ago. It was/is not designed for the social media-powered sharing-sharing of today’s media world. And despite what they might say, the traditional wire service is also (though something not to forego) a traditional way of getting … Read More
If you want to utilise public relations (PR) in your content marketing mix, you are going to need to understand how to measure your activity to improve your future business. That means getting to grips with the data that PR people traditionally look for: new audiences, getting attention, building trust, and raising awareness. But what … Read More
Apps and tools come and go, but there are some that are built to stick. Here are some of the PR tools we use (and some of our PR friends tell us they can’t live without). If you have any further mentions, let us know in the comments. 1. Twitter Public relations changed with social … Read More
Getting ahead in the world of business and commerce today relies heavily on the ability of businesses to harness the power of the internet to their benefit. Just as in other areas of business, doing so requires talented people with very specific skillsets who know exactly how to get the best results. And recent statistics … Read More
These days a multi-pronged approach to online marketing is essential, and aside from your website itself, social media is rapidly becoming one of the most important channels to concentrate on. By building your social media presence you can spread your brand wider, draw further traffic towards your website and engage with your customers more effectively. A fashion copywriter can help … Read More
Social media has gone beyond its infancy when it was the next really cool thing, to a point where it is part of many people’s daily lives and a cornerstone of the marketing strategies of global corporations and small indie operations alike. If you doubt the power of social media and the potential it holds for your … Read More
Social media is by now no doubt deeply engrained in your online marketing strategy, and if it isn’t it should be. But social does not stand alone as an entirely new field – it’s closely linked to the older marketing staple of SEO copywriting. SEO copywriting should inform every step of your social media content creation, particularly in light … Read More
Web copywriters can benefit from both Google+ and Authorship, giving you (and your clients) the chance to ‘get known’ for your great content.
SEO copywriters and experts now believe that social media ‘signals’ are as important as backlinks in your SEO strategy. Find out what you can do with ‘social SEO?’
Delegating your copywriting to a pro can save you a lot of time in the short term, and a lot of money and headaches in the long run, meaning you get to stay in the market.
Believe it or not, twitter is old enough to have its tradition and it’s time we went back to basics with one of its favourite traditions – the Follow Friday.
The best investment choice you can make to achieve a high ROI is to hire a UK copywriter who understand your audience, content and social media and here’s why.
Concrete list of tools to help you with your hash tag fueled campaign ranging from conference topics to content contribution.
There’s nothing wrong with being mysterious. As long as it’s clear what you are talking about, of course.
Talk with me, not at me. Social media isn’t a notice board, it’s a place to interact.
Getting the girl, becoming popular, being a newbie, and having a plan to achieve all that translates into ROI and a Social Media strategy.
A visual brand identity doesn’t speak for itself, it needs a written identity, a wordentity, to make your business identity whole.
Social Media is becoming integral to businesses interacting with consumers, whether businesses like it or not. And here’s why.
Admit this (even if it’s only to yourself). Social media is rubbish… unless you know what you want to achieve. The conversation is not the destination. It’s the journey. Keep your eye fixed firmly on the prize.
People keep asking why any one would spend their time advertising other people’s web sites through links on Twitter? A copywriter tweeting links to other copywriter’s sites? Well the simple answer is that what you post reflects who you are. If you can add value to other people’s Twitter experience with helpful, informative tweets then you … Read More