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How to create good copy for your website: part 2 - find your voice
How happy are you that the copy you currently have on your website reflects the real you?
Whether you are a solo professional or are involved in marketing a company, is your copy doing a good job of representing you or does it leave a little to be desired?
When I land on your website, do I get a good sense of who you are and what it would be like to work with you?
What would you say, on a scale of 1 to 10?
Many clients tell us that writing about themselves is the thing they struggle with the most.
They may have a strong sense of the impression they want to convey, but they can’t quite find the ‘right’ words. Some confess to spending hours writing and re-writing only to end up with something very similar to what they started with. Copy that they feel unable to publish. Lots of wasted time. Lots of frustration.
In this post I’m going to share a simple process to help you find your true voice.
25.04.2013 In this post, I take a look at the critical first step to creating good website copy – planning the text that will go on each individual page.
Seth Godin on how to get your ideas to spread
I've recently been doing some research for an education project and reading Seth Godin's book
Nurturing student enterprise
A couple of weeks ago I went along to THE Store in Dunstable (the new hub for Central Bedfordshire College's
What to do when things go wrong
Or we feel a bit stuck or are generally failing to get the results we want.