We went to the Copywriting Conference. Here’s what we learned…

One day. 200 copywriters. A dozen speakers... and a MASSIVE GREAT SHEDLOAD of writing tips. Sit back, and we'll tell you everything we learned at this year's Copywriting Conference.

7 words you should NEVER use in B2B copy

George reveals the seven words he believes will instantly undermine an otherwise excellent piece of B2B marketing copy.

Who should write your B2B copy? Hiring freelancers vs using an agency vs doing it yourself

When a big campaign is at your door, who you gonna call? George weighs up the pros and cons of going with an agency, a freelance copywriter, or the DIY approach.

10 sloppy habits that let your writing down (and how to avoid them)

Whether you're crafting marketing copy or dashing off an internal email, there’s no faster way to lose credibility than with sloppy writing. Here are ten habits to avoid.

Five ways to write a convincing call to action

Creativity doesn’t stop once you’ve finished your body copy. Here are five frameworks you can use to spice up your calls to action.

How to write content about the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is a hot trend in technology – one marketers and copywriters both have to get to grips with. George offers four tips to ensure your IoT-focused content stays on track.

B2B Content Hall of Fame: the humour and humility of IBM’s Watson

When IBM’s Watson interviewed public icons, it took the campaign beyond marketing, and into the zeitgeist. Here’s why we like the idea so much.

The professional copywriter’s essential kit list

Whether you’re an aspiring copywriter or a seasoned veteran – or a marketer who just wants to write better – the right technology can make your job easier and more enjoyable. Here's your shopping list.

Podcast 60: the lowdown on B2B messaging workshops

Guest host George asks Fiona to explain what a B2B messaging workshop is, how it works, and why you’d want one.

How to write about SaaS

Writing about Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)? The key might actually be to not write about it at all. George explains…

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