Copywriting is a mostly “behind the scenes” kind of job. That’s why getting a shout out from one of my favorite clients, GhostBloggr, feels like such a Continue reading
Copywriting, Content Management, and Business
The three make a beautiful Venn Diagram. The overlapping, blossoming center where successful website leverage resides is the elusive fruit that so many companies seek. Cultivating the sought-after reward requires Continue reading
Copywriters are a modest lot. We don’t leave our homes or desks much, and we usually do as we are told.
Not much changes in the copywriting world. Businesses need language to describe their products, instruct people how to use them, communicate with their networks, and advertise their services to the public. Copywriters provide that language.
Fellow writer Mark Shaw may have put it best when he wrote that ”fresh and
Working with clients to determine their content goals, while being extremely nerdy, is one of the best parts of my job. One of the best parts of being a copywriter is Continue reading
I recently collaborated with local theater company Dolan // Heeringa. I was a contributing writer for My Life is All but Over, a show that was created for and performed at Minneapolis’s Red Eye Theater‘s Works in Progress festival.
Andrew Dolan is a good friend of mine from Continue reading