[Guest post] How to write readworthy blogs
Believe it or not, blogs are a great way of communicating with your audience during the COVID-19 pandemic. But can you guarantee yours are going to get read? This article, written especially for Next Level, reveals how to write readworthy blogs.
Five places to post your blogs
According to HubSpot, companies that blog 11 or more times a month, generate almost three times more traffic than those who never blog or post just once a month. But writing blogs is only half of the process, you need to be sharing them far and wide once you’ve published them.
What’s it like to work with SK Copy Co?
What’s it really like to work with SK Copy Co? When you’ve given us a brief to write your next blog, brochure, email, e-newsletter, press release or press pack, and aren’t sure what to expect because you’ve not worked with us before? Wonder no more because this blog reveals all…
How to beat writer’s block
There are times when writer’s block, brain freeze, whatever you want to call it, kicks in, and you’re sat there staring at your screen for what feels like days. Writer’s block happens to the best of us, at any time, professional content writers included. Here are some of the things we do to avoid and overcome it when it does strike.
Ten reasons to blog
When it comes to content marketing, blogs are right up there in the copy production ranks. They’ve always been up there, but now they’re really up there. That’s because content is massive these days, with an increasing number of marketers ploughing much more of their time, focus and effort into content creation than ever before. Content truly IS king.
Want to up your content game, but haven’t got time? Get a ghostwriter
Contrary to popular belief, ghostwriters aren’t just used by celebs and don’t just belong in the world of literature. These days, they’re being used by an increasing number of businesses who want to up their content game, but don’t have the time or resource to do it. For instance, we ghostwrite blogs and thought leadership articles for several clients every month.
The business case for blogging
Blogging is a great way to gain credibility. Over time, it helps position you as the voice of authority within your area of expertise. It’s a really valuable way of standing out to readers without giving them the hard sell. Blogging also gives people a behind-the-scenes glimpse of your business, the type of organisation you are, your culture and your values.