Tag Archives: The digital age

Copywriters – don’t be let down by your website

A guest post by writer and blogger James Torridon of More Anon A recent news item on the IT Donut website stated millions of micro-businesses are let down by their websites. They were reporting a survey which suggests micro-businesses are losing opportunities because of outdated websites. They put this figure at 3 million. As a… Continue Reading

Is a home study copywriting course right for you?

Home study courses, often called distance learning courses, are an effective way of learning a new skill or craft.  In days gone by, they were called correspondence courses.  Course materials were posted, usually in stages, and the student completed their work and returned their assignments for marking, again by post. Today’s technology means you don’t… Continue Reading

The new copywriter – managing your clients and workload

If you’re studying with our copywriting course or new to the world of freelance writing, you might be wondering how best to manage your clients and your workload. If you look online, you’ll find all sorts of advice – from using a CRM (customer relationship management system) to using large envelopes or folders for each… Continue Reading

Hands up if you only have one copy? Part 1

  We’ve dragged our Web Master from his technical systems and put him work.  Here is Part 1 of his guest blog. Don’t forget to come back tomorrow for the second thrilling instalment. There are lots of things a copywriter does in the course of fulfilling client orders (research, sending emails, making tea, eating cakes),… Continue Reading

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