Even as a content writer, it’s important to have a background in copywriting. I’ve been hired as a copywriter and was asked to write content and I’ve been hired as a general marketing writer and have had to write copy and content, so it never hurts to be familiar with both in case the need arises for you to write one or the other!
I’ve got some pretty awesome fellow writers in the Twitterverse who had some golden advice on how to stay motivated to write and I am going to break each of them down. They completely nailed it!
Robin Writers’ FIRST course is officially launched! If you: …you’re in luck 🙂 My comprehensive mini-course, The Beginner’s Guide to Writing a Blog Post from Start to Publish, will walk you through, step by step, how to write a quality blog post so you can click that publish button with confidence! One module is called…
Turning to a creative outlet for escapism…join me!
As the Olympics have come to a close this year, it always makes me think about each athlete’s story and how it actually relates to us as writers. Their success isn’t always a straight line and what it takes to become an Olympic athlete can also compare to what it takes to become a professional writer.
Some super cringe status updates reminded me what NOT to do. Learn how to create engaging content by doing the opposite of my past self on Facebook!
As a content writer, you may be asked to write a press release unless you have a specific public relations writer. In case the opportunity arises, I want you to be prepared! So let’s talk about press releases.
You can enjoy writing your cover letter AND make it wow your potential employer. I’ll prove it! Read more to find out.
Stories within marketing are everywhere and serve an important purpose. Look at the hot sauce bottle on your dinner table—I bet there’s a little story on the label. Look at your menu the next time you go to a restaurant or your favorite local boutique’s website. We are surrounded by stories. But why? Before we…
Punctuation is a crucial tool to use in your writing to clearly communicate your ideas. One area of punctuation that tends to trick many are the dashes—em dashes, en dashes, and hyphens specifically. Let’s talk about how using them correctly can take your writing up a notch! Read more.