Every time I see the words “brand storytelling” and read about its importance, I get butterflies in my stomach—not the good kind. And I’m a professional writer, so I can only imagine what it’s doing to marketers out there who don’t write for a living. Here are examples of the phrases that get me: “Content […]
For parents who want to geek out (and I’m one of them), Evoz provides a new way to stay connected to your baby, whether you’re walking in your garden or working in another country. I was copywriter for the original beta website.
While working as a beauty copywriter for agency Carat, I was part of the team that pitched and won this mainstay brand of haircare products. Our concepts focused on engaging women on their terms at all touch points so that TRESemmé could enable them to be the Best Tressed. I was copywriter.
Copywriter and ACD on Red Lobster website, banner advertising, rich media, newsletter and direct email campaigns.
I’ve been wondering this for years, because as I explained to a client recently, while I think case studies are valuable, I think the case study format is tired. And I see a lot of tired writing plugged into case studies. I like Jack Price‘s answer to this question on Quora. He writes: “A common […]
On the very first day of Copywriter or Sales 101 class, you will hear the “features-versus-benefits” conflict. You will hear the professor say that people buy because of benefits. “Features tell but benefits sell” is a phrase that will likely be spoken. You’ll hear how features describe a product or service while benefits describe why […]
Copywriters beware. If you’re reading this thinking you’re going to get lessons on copywriting, you won’t. See my earlier post about why this copywriter won’t write about copywriting. Instead, I’m going to give you a quick peek into the (potentially alarming) psyche of your DM copywriter: We study you. Constantly. Always. Looking for what makes […]