All posts by Stuart Walton

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Property content marketing – all I ever do and I love it.

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Do you remember when Kevin Keegan (fellow Doncaster lad) went on a meltdown when Sir Alex Ferguson started playing his famous mind games?

King Kev, as Newcastle boss, in the days before Mike Ashley owned the club, repeatedly spouted “I’d love it …” and was mocked and admired in equal measure.

Well, I’ve been spouting, I love it (present tense, you notice), all week.

It’s because I genuinely now love what I do: property content marketing has made me content.

Why?

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The biggest Labour swing since 1945 – no politics, just marketing

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I often blur the distinction between professional neutrality and political affiliation – to the disgust and delight of friends and foes, but instead of talking Canterbury, Ipswich, Kensington and the Labour swing, let’s look at the General Election marketing.

The Maybot went all out for PPC banners – interesting to hear yesterday on Radio 4 news that Google are facing a hefty fine for its unfair promotion of Google Ads.

Every time you googled election 2017, the Conservative website and the mantra Strong and Stable popped up, but despite winning the election, Theresa May actually lost.

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Freelance writing – I control my business, now.

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I can count life-changing events on two hands: marriage, diagnosis with a food allergy, the birth of my two children, going teetotal and throwing off the shackles of education, through freelance writing.

They’ve all been seismic and I would not like to rank them in order of magnitude.

But as I’m a writer, who engages in freelance writing, in Norfolk as a copywriter, I better talk about this rather than placentas or the end of singleness. Read More

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Web design and why Get Pro Copy has expanded.

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This business began as a freelance writing service, a one-man band, busking street-side with words.

Like all good things though, it’s grown and developed a life of its own.

My intention, in November 2015, after I bid a final farewell to education, was to write.

Not “War and Peace” but something more prosaic – write web content.

It was hard work to start off, with me earning less than I did in 1978 when I delivered newspapers in Doncaster for a pound a week.

I stuck at it, however, because I knew one day my earnings would exceed £4 a month and it has.

Repeatedly.

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