I have a feeling that, as I sit down to write this post with a blank page in front of me, many of you know this feeling all too well. Writer’s block comes to all of us at some point, but there are no worse times for it to strike than when you come to [...]View Post
“A dead blog is a broken dream.”
(Danny Iny – Firepole Marketing)
Blogging is hard. Sometimes it can be really hard. The crushing disappointment and obligatory tantrum that follows your pitiful first week’s stats is one that all bloggers have to face. Every blog starts at nothing and it’s only through hard work, a lot of patience [...]
My Tuesday night this week was spent at Social Media London (#smlondon), talking to business owners about how difficult they find it to write content that really matters in 2012.
If you’re looking for an online copywriting job, you may already have come up against the jurassic-dated notion that content just isn’t that important. But smart [...]
So you want an online writing job. You’ve done all the basics: added your CV to the job sites, polished your profile on LinkedIn and signed up to every job alert you can find.
But nothing is happening. You’re getting few job alerts in your inbox and close to zero recruitment calls a week. When you [...]
“You miss every opportunity you don’t take”
That quote got me thinking about a chance that I took a few years ago that ultimately changed the course of my online copywriting career.
The Year Was 2009…
In 2009 I was working as an Administrator and doing nothing with an MSc that I had just spent 2 years and [...]
Uber-blogger Marko Saric was the speaker for this month’s Social Media London meetup, and who better to give us tips on building better blogs? As if running one of the world’s top 50 blogs (HowToMakeMyBlog.com) wasn’t enough, Marko also has a full-time blogging job with Party Poker and his Metallica blog became Denmark’s official Metallica [...]View Post blogging job, blogging meetups, london meetup groups, marko saric, online copywriting career, online copywriting job, Online copywriting meetups, smlondon
Readers of Tom Ewer’s excellent Leaving Work Behind blog will have read his recent post on taking a new direction on his blog. In this new post, Tom maintains that he is not an expert and explains his new approach:
The subject matter will revolve around what I am trying to do, and what I have [...]