Time and time again I encounter people and potential clients, who seem to think that copy and content work should cost … well, very little. So, in today’s post I want to shed some light on word crafting and optimising rates – both, for fellow freelance writers and for clients – by contemplating on a… Continue reading What is the cost of (good) copy and content, and what is the value?
Although it happened somewhat 20 years into my professional career journey, I’m still glad that I finally came to recognise my talent (with words), my passion (for human psychology, behaviour and wellbeing) as well as certain beliefs I have about copy and content excellence (as vehicle for driving positive change). More than that, linking these… Continue reading Helping changemakers, I can be a changemaker
The phrase life-force has become firm part of my way to describing the power of words as I see it, particularly in business, but also in life. In a nutshell, I think that the words that describe and promote (and operate) a business, or also a cause or project, are the ‘make-or-break’. Before I elaborate… Continue reading Your words are the life-force of your business
Ok, it’s confession time! No. I’m not confessing that English is not my first language – although it is. Nor is it that I turned my passion of writing into my self-employed career only after a 15-year detour as an employed web project and programme manager – although I did. Nor, that I’ve made a… Continue reading Native speaker or not – what is (good) copywriting made of?