Podcast 78: Maths for B2B marketers

How can you be sure the numbers in your content are correct? We ask mathematics resource designer, podcaster, and writer, Lucy Rycroft-Smith.

The Best of B2B Content 2019 – it’s time to vote

It's time to vote. We've shortlisted your nominations for the best B2B content of 2019 – and we need your help deciding who wins.

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.

Webinar: What does good B2B content look like? 15 essential checks

Improve your work, review with confidence, and manage stakeholder expectations with this 15-point checklist.

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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.)

How to write a B2B press release (that doesn’t suck)

They may not be fashionable, but we still get asked to write a LOT of press releases. Here's how to spot a good one.

Podcast 74: how to use research in your B2B content

It’s been described as the “one kind of content that crushes almost everything else”, but how should you use research in B2B? We ask expert Simon Hayhurst.

Revealed: the 5 terrifying risks you should take with your B2B content

They say the biggest risk is not to take any risks. But when it comes to your marketing copy, how do you know which gambles are worth your while?

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.

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