This post contributes to the revival of this blog in two ways. Firstly, it’s an actual post. And secondly, it’s about Pixabay. Pixabay is a real problem-solver for any blogger whose posts require featured images.
Update: Pexels.com is probably even better.
I used to play a lot of video games. That doesn’t really happen now I’m a dad. These days I spend more time reading about games on NeoGAF than playing them.
They say that when it comes to work, you should do what you love. So a couple of years ago, after realising there are few copywriters who’ve done it, I decided to make games one of my niche areas. Continue reading
Just a quick post to let everyone know I’m on holiday at the moment, and I’ll be back on 30th March.
I’m still doing a bit of work out here though — three weeks is too long to do nothing — so it’s worth getting in touch with your copy and content needs.
If you need anything, you can request a quote or contact me.
Happy new year everyone!
I’m hoping to share some web copywriting guides in 2016. But since my schedule is really full at the moment, I’m starting with this quick plug instead.
As anyone who knows me knows, video games are among my favourite things to write about. I even have a services page devoted to them. Continue reading
Have you heard of Mailrelay? To be honest, when they first got in touch with me about writing for their blog, I hadn’t.
But I’ve since learned they’re a leading developer of email marketing tools, with branches in New York, Madrid and Brazil. So I’m quite proud to be sharing with their customers what I’ve learned about email over the past 7 years. Continue reading
It was early July 2008 that I broke free from the shackles of full-time employment and officially became a freelance copywriter.
I wrote quite a popular article about how I did that here.
So much has changed since then. Continue reading