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Copywriting courses: go made-to-measure for the perfect fit

Tape 1Buying someĀ items is a piece of cake. You walk into a store (real or virtual), find what you want, flash card or cash, and off you go. You’ve got what you needed.

On the other hand there are times when you’ve nearly found what you want but notĀ quite.

Sourcing the right copywriting course is just the same. So the best route is to work with someone who listens to what you need and creates a made-to-measure solution. That way you get a copywriting course that focuses on your priorities – from web and email, to social, brochures and more – in a venue and timescale that makes everyone happy.

Interested in putting together a copywriting course that’s the perfect fit?

Get in touch to chat things through now.

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Warm welcome at National Friendly!

NFFriendly by name and nature, a four-person team from mutual care and welfare specialists National Friendly spent a busy but fun day on May 9 exploring copywriting from assorted angles at their offices in Clifton, Bristol.

Thanks to Holly and colleagues not only for their warm welcome and lively input – but for a jolly good sandwich lunch too.

 

 

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Copywriting course: Cooper Security

CooperMid-January saw a trip to the Forest of Dean to deliver a customised copywriting course for a comms team at Cooper Security, the security technology specialists recently acquired by US power management giant, Eaton.

During a full day’s workshop, delegates explored a wide range of copywriting techniques – including applying Eaton tone of voice guidelines to web copy, newsletters/emailers and printed collateral.

Thanks all for making it a fun and productive session.

 

 

 

 

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Who are we writing grammatically for?

Apologies for the less than subtle headline.

The preposition ‘for’ at the end of this one would have attracted the red pen from grammar teachers of yesteryear. So it might have read: For whom are we writing grammatically?

But doesn’t it sound, well, stiff?

It seems the rules are now being widely ignored. And those sensitive to these things better get used to it.

Check out The Guardian’s interesting piece 10 grammar rules you can forget: how to stop worrying and write proper

Careful when writing for some clients though, this sort of thing can get people very wound up…

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