We asked, they answered: copywriting for B2B social media

We asked Comment Ground's Kate Stoodley for a B2B social media expert's perspective on what makes good copy. (Part one of a twin blog series... we answered some questions for Comment Ground too.)

Survey: what stops you making great B2B content?

The world is full of brilliant B2B marketers. So why is so much B2B content so awful? This anonymous survey is a place to vent about the frustrations that stop you doing the work you really want to do.

Podcast 75: B2B copywriters v AI – what does the future really hold?

How quickly will robots replace B2B copywriters? Dr Andrew Bredenkamp of Acrolinx tells us it might be time for writers to make friends with AI.

4 B2B copywriting tips from Radix’s summer internship

What can you learn about B2B copywriting in just four weeks? Quite a lot, if these tips from our 2019 intern, Priya, are anything to go by.

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.

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 73: our 15-point checklist for reviewing B2B copy

Too often, it’s difficult explaining why some B2B content works, and some doesn’t. But not anymore – our 15-point checklist is an objective way to reviewing B2B writing.

Reviewing B2B copywriting? Steal our 15-point quality checklist

Here's a secret: writing B2B content is hard... and reviewing it is even harder. So to help, we score every draft on a 15-point scale. And we're happy for you to make it your own.

Podcast 71: how to write B2B social media content

Social media best practice changes annoyingly fast – so we asked expert Kate Stoodley for some guiding principles.

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