fbpx

The Brit’s Guide to Writing About Yourself

Queuing. Talking about the weather. Making a good cuppa. These are all things us Brits are known to be good at – perhaps because they’re skills that capitalise on the great British virtues of being polite, quiet, and generally minding our own business. The flip side of this is that we tend to shy away from anything that involves talking about our achievements. Most of the time … Read More

How to Write a Kickstarter Campaign that Stands Out

                              These days it feels like crowdfunding is everywhere we look. From celebrities retweeting charity pages, to Facebook friends clamouring for cash to cover an extravagant honeymoon, crowdfunding has become truly ubiquitous. And while plenty of sites contributed to the mid-Noughties boom, there’s one in particular that we can blame for the rise … Read More

Writing Articles for Business (that People will Actually Read)

I say this so many times that it’s beginning to feel like a personal mantra, and yet it still bears repeating; all businesses need an online presence. The world that we live in today thrives on quick and convenient information, delivering words in the form of brochures, letters, e-mails, reports, ads and articles. With so much communication going on, it’s easy for your business voice to get … Read More

The Seductive Power of Subheadings

Whether you’ve recently begun to explore the possibilities of online marketing, or you’ve been surfing the waves of the web for some time now, you’ll know that headlines are important. Expert copywriters everywhere extol the virtue of an incredible title – designed to intrigue and enrapture your reader. Yet, some individuals still forget one of the most powerful tools they have for formatting their content – subheadings. … Read More

From Pouring Drinks to Serving up Content

In a recent post, Rebekah Carter explained the crucial importance of storytelling and personalisation to content marketing. Who better to tell a personal story, then, than Rebekah herself? From Pouring Drinks to Serving up Content Rebekah Carter I make my living as a professional content writer. I’ve experienced a lot in my life, yet the deeper I travel into the world of online marketing and content production, … Read More

A Novel Approach to Content Marketing – The Art of Storytelling

What makes a brand unique? One of the greatest challenges that businesses face when it comes to establishing their identity within the online world is standing out from the competition. The right story can define a brand, and the power of storytelling can help to turn digital marketing efforts into something new and truly engaging for your target market. Today, customers don’t like to feel as though … Read More

Finding Your Voice

There are many different elements that go into writing the perfect piece, but the one thing that matters above all else is projecting your own voice. It’s what makes you stand out from the crowds. Finding your voice can be the difference between readers recognising your writing and being instantly at home with your piece, and feeling like they’re reading just another article on the internet. In … Read More

10 Questions You Should Be Asking Your Writers Before You Hire Them

Creating a content team that fits perfectly with your company can be a tough task. Can they effectively boost your online visibility? Will their writing style match your brand? Are they reliable? Get all the answers you need by asking potential writers our top ten interview questions. 1. What types of content can you create? Sure, they can write a great blog post, but can they pull … Read More

Hilarious Headlines and How to Write Better

When writing copy, especially for the attention-deficit ‘netizens’ of cyberspace, a catchy headline is essential. But sometimes they are noticeable for all the wrong reasons. Headlines draw attention (image source: zimpenfish) Sometimes it’s mangled syntax that leads to the unintentional humour: Military Tightens Controls on Gay Discharges (Reuters News Agency) Court to Try Shooting Defendant (Deseret News, Salt Lake City) Woman Knocks Down Pope at Mass; Christmas … Read More

Copyright © 2012-2019 ninja-creative.com All rights reserved.

Made with ❤ by Ninja Creative