B2B content clichés: how to spot them, and how to get rid of them

Bleeding edge. Ground up. End-to-end. B2B tech marketing is crammed full of clichés. Katy has some opinions about this – and about why a well-worn sentiment isn’t always the worst thing in the world.

Podcast 69: B2B tech copywriters versus the “Gender Say Gap”

Female copywriters are an overwhelming majority, according to the 2018 ProCopywriters survey – so why are so few of us writing for B2B tech?

The B2B copywriters’ reading list: which books influenced our writing?

Great writers read. But how exactly does reading influence B2B copywriting? Katy asks the office to share some of their key texts. (Warning: some are a little... um... surprising...)

Podcast 68: the best B2B content of 2018

As 2018 draws to a close, it’s time to reflect on a year of truly excellent B2B marketing content. Here are a dozen examples.

Podcast 65: handling feedback on your writing, and how to proofread well

How do you handle negative feedback on your writing? And what does it take to proof something properly?

B2B Content Hall of Fame: Drawbotics’ hyper-detailed TV office floor plans

Just occasionally, B2B marketing manages to take advantage of pop culture without sky-high levels of cringe – and Katy’s addition to the Radix B2B Content Hall of Fame does just that.

Podcast 61: what can you buy to improve your B2B writing?

What’s the best purchase to improve your copywriting? The team talk keyboards, monitors, software and tech.

Writing for virtual reality – where do you start?

As more B2B marketers consider virtual reality, Katy speculates about what scriptwriting might look like in the age of VR.

What Microsoft’s new Blue Screen of Death can teach us about voice and tone

The blue screen of death might not seem like an obvious source for a lesson in tech copywriting — but you’d be surprised. Katy explores what we can learn from everyone’s favourite error screen.

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