5 cognitive biases, and what they can teach us about B2B copywriting

The human mind is a complex and powerful tool, but it’s not without its flaws. Learn what our inbuilt cognitive biases can teach us about writing B2B content.

B2B Content Tuesdays continue

By popular demand, our series of relaxed weekly lockdown webinars is continuing every Tuesday in May from 16:30 BST (11:30 EDT). To register, you'll need this new link.

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.

Podcast 81: how to make B2B content readable

We debate readability algorithms, and professional jargon-buster Professor Chris Trudeau says it’s high time we stopped writing to impress.

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.

7 ways to liven up old-school B2B copy

Stuffy writing in B2B marketing copy often doesn’t work. Here are seven quick ways to liven yours up.

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.

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.

Content and cognitive load: how to craft your copy for the human brain

The human brain only has so much space to concentrate on different ideas – and if you ask it to do too much, it'll probably stop paying attention altogether. So, how do you stop readers tuning out from your content? John explores cognitive load theory, and how you can use it to create brain-friendly copy...

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