Webinar: The Seven Deadly Sins of B2B Content (and how to avoid them)

In this live webinar recording, consultant copywriter George Reith shows you how to avoid common writing mistakes that could be holding your B2B content back. This webinar has now taken place, but you can watch it on-demand, on our YouTube channel or read the full transcript.

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Writing for the public sector? Follow these six tips from sector experts

The public sector has its own priorities, challenges, motivations and language. Generic B2B content won't work for this extraordinary audience, so we gathered six tips from experts in the sector.

Proof your B2B marketing copy faster and more effectively with Microsoft Word macros

Proofing is a time-consuming, but essential part of producing great B2B marketing content. Macros can help you do it faster (and better) than ever before.

Can you write about cybersecurity without being negative?

In cybersecurity, marketing is often negative by default. Here’s how to ensure your content doesn’t trigger your audience’s notification fatigue.

5 go-to writing techniques to make your B2B copy more readable

In B2B marketing, we’re often called upon to write about obscure and complex topics. These five techniques can make your writing more readable, accessible, and digestible.

How to give copywriters better feedback

The more constructive you can make your feedback, the sharper your content will be. Here are five fast ways to get better results.

Google Docs vs Microsoft Word: which is the best word processor for copywriters?

As many organisations move from Microsoft Office to other office suites, professional copywriters are increasingly asked to use Google’s G Suite. But how do the word processors compare – and which one wins out for professional use?

Readability in B2B content: does your Flesch-Kincaid grade matter?

Readability can separate successful content from the mountain of unread marketing bumf. By asking your writers to put their copy through a Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level test, you can ensure your content is clear, concise and readable.

5 strategies to turn complex engineering topics into compelling marketing content

Complicated subjects present a real opportunity for marketers who can deliver a clear message without dumbing down. Here are five successful approaches.

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