Category: freelance

Why should I bother working with you, you’re the Grammar Police?

Grammar Police, despite what people think, editors are not the grammar police

Over the next few weeks I’m going to address comments and questions that I’ve heard over the years as a freelance editor and writer. I aim to help you understand who we are and what we do, and to help you decide if the… Continue Reading “Why should I bother working with you, you’re the Grammar Police?”

How to simplify your message when writing for your business

Keep it Simple

In the last couple of articles we’ve concentrated on why storytelling is good for your business. But it’s no good if you waffle so much that your customers lose the plot. Now, ok, I’ll admit I have a tendency to waffle occasionally. But that’s… Continue Reading “How to simplify your message when writing for your business”

Why storytelling builds connections with your customers

Keiss Castle, Caithness

If you’ve read my last blog post, you’ll know why storytelling helps you stand out from the crowd. This week we’ll concentrate on why storytelling builds a connection with your customers. Whether you’re a service-based industry or a seller of products, you’re going to… Continue Reading “Why storytelling builds connections with your customers”