General ramblings and useful articles about all manner of different things.
Does ChatGPT mean the end of the road for copywriters?
Why grammar isn’t so important when writing business copy.
How we can all cut our own website copy and why it’s important that we spend time doing it.
Is “fast” grammatically correct? Or should I use “quickly” instead?
Why spelling is a problem for everyone, even those people who say things like “I’m really good at spelling”.
A guide to using commas: Is it Is it “the boys, who went to the shop, got in trouble” or “the boys who went to the shop got in trouble”?
A guide to using apostrophes: Is it the girls’ hair or the girl’s hair? And can you ever use apostrophes in plurals?
How to write the copy/content/words for your website yourself without paying a professional copywriter to do it for you.
Whoever you are and whatever you do, chances are there is an organisation you know which would benefit from some extra publicity.
That could be a business you run, a group you are a part of – from the local Brownies troupe to the pub darts team – or a cafe or shop you like to frequent.
I am a professional writer and blogger.
I web design too but much of what business advisers call my “offer” or my “USP” (ie what I can do for you and your business) revolves around the fact that I have lots of experience as a writer.