Only recently discovered the app known as Just Eat and without reaching for Wiki to research its origins, founders and value, I’ll leap straight in.
This freelance writer decided today to abandon the devastated living room, strewn with games, toys etc and do something distinctly old-fashioned – a family walk.
I deactivated a social media account, Facebook, last week in a fit of impetuous pique, but today I logged back in. Why?
I’ve always had a dream of becoming a hit on YouTube with compelling viral videos.
In my previous life, as a tortured teacher, I prided myself on knowing all the punctuation marks in the English language and when to use them.
So, reading today in the Sunday Times, that 2016’s most pre-ordered books on Amazon UK are invariably focused on the same content.
So as 2015 draws to a close and the horizon lights with 2016, we make resolutions, which are apparently broken by 90% of us before February dawns.
Words – they’re vital for success in life and business – and when I wrote about how to become a better writer, one comment on LinkedIn from Chris Arnold about words resonated …
Raised arms, a sea of hands, particularly in GCSE and A Level English: “How can I become a better writer?”
Ok, a bit of a shameless plug as they say on those regional Twitter hours: a blog post about why your company needs a Facebook page.
Trust me to deliver as a freelance writer as I trust others. I ask: why do we buy goods and services from certain people and reject others?
I decided to buy my two children, James and Ruby, some classic novels, some iconic Literature for Christmas.
A door slammed, a cry could be heard. Tears of a young girl? Cries of an animal? No definitely a young girl.
Brave new world, after Christmas, I’m stepping into the foggy world of the freelance writer, the online equivalent of busking.
I’ve always liked Manchester, having spent nine years living near the city, it’s lodged in my psyche.
Copywriter Jobs is currently my number one search term on Google. Yawn?
How and why did I become a copywriter or take on a freelance writer job, I wondered the other day when my business cards arrived.
The estate agent blog is comparatively rare though many forward-thinking companies now realise the importance of posting blogs.
Weblogs or blogs only came into life properly in 2009 and WordPress blogs are the most popular platform to post them on it seems.
Googling freelance writer jobs tonight, I stumbled upon a perfect fit.
One of my most successful blog posts is an area guide to Gorleston below – taken from the estate agency website.
Copywriting Tips? Okay here goes:
I use Apple to copywrite on constantly. Aviva, based here in Norwich, revealed a list of its most stolen Christmas presents for last year.
“Writer jobs London” has become a favourite search topic of mine as changing to “Writer jobs Norfolk” from the capital yields scant results.
Proofreading has been one of the mainstays of my teaching career, having to proofread and evaluate written work created by students.
Twitter often baffles people. People say “I get Facebook, I don’t get Twitter.”
Curious term, ghost writer? I personally don’t associate ghouls and ghosts with writing, but someone has linked them.
Norwich sells itself as a fine city. We had never visited it until 1997.
I have often wondered how to become a writer.
Freelance writer, yes, that’s me. But what does freelance writer, actually mean?
I had an accidental phone call on Tuesday. You know the type? An SOS, not SEO call.
National Parks are expensive places to work and live in. We know that first-hand.
A freelance photographer can be contracted for photographs.