How does a copywriter reflect the voice of the person they're writing for? Lots of people I speak to worry that a writer could never present them how they should really be seen - and that's understandable. Often we see emails or websites which show us exactly this - a blank face, a bland voice,… Continue reading How Asking the Right Questions Uncovers the Heart – Honest Lessons From a Copywriters Desk
My business has grown through networking - meeting awesome people who might become clients, supporters or teachers. I know that Writer For You would not still exist if it weren't for three and a half years of getting out there! But how does this thing we call networking work? When you enter a room (Zoom, Teams, physical or otherwise), how do you use that time to create the connections that will help your business grow? It's all about your message.
Writer for You celebrated it's 3rd birthday back at the beginning of September and I've spent some time since then thinking about what that means. So, what have I learnt in these last three years? If you're interested, or just have nothing better to do for a few minutes, read on.
Over the past eight years, as we often discussed the fate of this single plant in our garden, I hadn't considered it as anything other than a lilac tree. At the moment I feel as if this is a small symbol of my wellbeing and sanity - a thing which consistently makes me smile.
As someone who works from their home, it's important to recognise both the benefits and problems this causes. Working from home is ideal for me, as a freelance parent balancing my daily tasks, but how do you make sure it is actually working?