5 easy ways to reduce your word count without deleting important points

Posted in: CopywritingEditingProofreadingWriting For The Web

When you’ve spent ages slaving away writing the perfect article, essay or report, deleting some of your precious words to meet a strict word limit can be painful.

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How to find an interesting photo for your blog post

Posted in: BloggingSocial Media

So, you’ve written a blog post and now you want people to read it. To entice readers, you should have at least one interesting, relevant photo to go with each post.

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5 easy ways to make your web copy less formal

Posted in: CopywritingTone Of VoiceWriting For The Web

Does the writing on your website make it sound like you’ve swallowed a textbook? If so, it’s probably putting customers off.

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How often should you update your business blog?

Posted in: Blogging

If you’re thinking of starting a business blog, you’ve probably heard of the numerous benefits of blogging regularly. But how do you decide whether regularly means posting daily, weekly, fortnightly or monthly?

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Is your web copy putting customers off?

Posted in: CopywritingEditingProofreadingWriting For The Web

You’ve worked hard to get your name out there; networking, giving out business cards, sending cold emails and telling every man and his dog about your business. And it’s worked. People are heading to your website to find out more. But when they get to your website, your sales message begins to unravel.

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