http://keepinsurance.com/info.php?a=buyviagra.tel Lockdown living has certainly not been a walk in the park. In fact, it’s been 21 walks in the park in the last 21 days. That’s thanks to an exuberant one-year-old who loves chasing pigeons. But while the last 10 weeks has brought its fair share of challenges, it’s also given me a little time to shout about a few of our fantastic new copywriting clients.
buy Seroquel no rx One of the joys of working as a freelance copywriter is that you never know what the next email or website enquiry will bring. We certainly receive plenty of emails trying to defraud us, and those are always a pleasure to read. But we’re also sent joyous little nuggets from big brands and small businesses looking to boost their online presence.
Copywriting clients big…
Over the last year or so, we’ve worked with a few well-known brands. We’ve been busy writing category pages and running advice articles for ASICS. That even inspired me to update my running shoes, which were an absolute shambles. I now have a lightweight pair with lots of cushioning, although I’m still extremely slow, and sadly, slightly hunched.
I’ve also been getting stuck into a site-wide copy refresh for international money transfer specialists WorldRemit. The agency I’m assisting on that project won ‘Best SEO Campaign’ at the UK Search Awards for their excellent work with WorldRemit, and I’m assured that my content played a part in that.
There’s also another well-known copywriting client that’ll soon be joining the ranks, which may or may not be a left-leaning recruitment site, but we’ll leave it at that for now.
…and copywriting clients small
Just because some of our copywriting clients are well-known brands, that doesn’t mean we love them any more than the small businesses we help. We work with some fantastic businesses that we’re delighted to assist in whatever way we can.
In recent times, we have written the website and continue to produce on-site blogs for the specialist electronics recruitment agency, PER-International. We also write regular content for a rapidly growing company called Dropless, which offers a vehicle cleaning service without using a drop of water or any toxic chemicals. We’ve researched and written a guide about modern slavery in the car wash industry and served up some SEO articles for their blog.
But there’s always room for more!
While we’re extremely lucky to have such a diverse group of copywriting clients that we love working with, there’s always room for a few more. So, check out our range of SEO content writing services and get in touch to discuss how we can help you.