When you study journalism, they tell you that you need to be on the cutting edge by providing fresh, unique content...
Yarr and avast there me hearties! It be International Talk Like a Pirate Day again, and that can mean only two things: Firstly, it be meaning that people across the globe will be saying "it be" when they mean "it is". And secondly, it be meaning that I be divulgin' the most well kept secret...
It's hard to break into an already crowded blogosphere. If you want to do it, you're going to need to stand out from the blogging crowd.
It sounds like you're nice and comfy. Which is a shame if you're about to start writing. Because if you want to write well, being comfortable isn't good for you.
Do you want to hear a really bad joke? Here you go: When is a coach not a coach?
Can writers learn from the film Star Wars? You won't learn that a Parsec is a measurement of time, not distance, but you might just learn a few Jedi copywriting tricks.
I asked a handful of copywriters on Twitter what they thought the most overused words in wedding copy were, and they didn't disappoint. Thanks to their suggestions I've put together some Royal Wedding Bingo cards for your enjoyment.