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Keeping Your Chin Up – 6 Tips to Boost a Copywriter’s Confidence

A guest blog by Southampton copywriter, Deborah Beard Confidence and self-belief.  If we’re being completely honest, these are the skills that always seem to evade freelancers in most industries. It takes time, sure, but everyone, even the most successful of freelancers, would tell you that the little voice of doubt often screams louder than your… Continue Reading

Marks and motivation

Distance learning is a great way to study, but there is no doubt some people find it hard to stay motivated. Most people’s experience of learning is in a classroom environment where there are others in the same situation. You can bounce ideas off your peers. Friendships made at school or college often last a… Continue Reading

Meet the NEW short copywriting courses

Not everyone looking for copywriting training wants to become a copywriter. Of course, copywriters might find that hard to understand because we think it’s the best job in the world. But if you want to learn specific copywriting skills, and are not planning to become a copywriter, how do you go about selecting a training… Continue Reading

A tribute to a copywriting professional

We’ve waited six months to write this blog as a tribute to a very talented and thoroughly professional copywriter. David of Nexus Copywriting was one of our most popular guest bloggers. In October 2013, he was taken ill and spent the next four months in hospital fighting for his life. Sadly, he died in February… Continue Reading

Why copywriting and weather don’t always get along

The last four weeks have seen an unusually long stretch of wet and windy weather. And some of it has been quite extreme. Thousands of people lost their power in the run up to Christmas, and some didn’t get it back until after the holiday. On top of that we now have hundreds of flood… Continue Reading

Why a Copywriter Needs Terms and Conditions

A guest blog by Joanna Brown of The Word Hen Like many freelancers, I started copywriting by working for friends and then friends of friends. Payment was often in kind and jobs were arranged through a quick phone call. As my reputation and experience grew, I started to receive commissions from strangers – some individuals,… Continue Reading