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Honor Clement-Hayes

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Honor is a content writer who believes that stories sell. She has a background in online marketing, and now writes across print, video, press, radio and digital. Current fascinations include coding, grammar debates on Twitter and rediscovering the joys of a library card.

How to Reuse One Piece of Content 5 Ways

I grew up in content marketing on zero budget. If I wanted to do something cool, I had to find a way to do it myself, for free. (I know I’m making myself sound like a poor, forlorn marketing orphan but I sure felt like one at the time.) So I’m a great advocate for […]


NEWS: Facebook Is Testing Ad Transparency Feature

Both Facebook and Twitter have revealed in the last month that they will be attempting to stamp out unethical political advertising on their platforms with better ad transparency. Good, right? Yup, very good. Accountability for bodies quietly spending millions on spreading potentially questionable information? BRILLIANT. But a little bit tricky for brands just trying to […]


4 Sources of Content You Already Have

Racking your brains for content ideas is time-consuming and often frustrating. When you’ve got other stuff to do, you need a steady flow of content from reliable sources. Knowing where to go for content ideas makes your life easier but it also makes sure what you’re producing is legit. It helps your customers because the […]


How To Write On Demand, For Non-Writers

You’re not a writer. You never claimed to be. And yet someone has just asked you – YOU! – to write a blog post or company update because you made the mistake of not looking busy enough when the boss came in the door. She jangled out some vague instructions, handed you a napkin with […]


Do You Think Content Marketing Doesn’t Work? Read This

I’ve heard (and shouted) all the reasons content marketing is stupid and takes too long and can’t be bothered. Trouble is, it only bloomin’ WORKS, doesn’t it? So, here are the three reasons you’re not writing your piece of content right now – and the three reasons you need to get right back to it […]


How to Prove Your Social Media Success

Social media is a part of nearly every good business strategy because nearly everyone has it and nearly every business can benefit from it. Trouble is, it’s hard to calculate how big that benefit is. We, as humans seeking gratification, tend to be drawn to the vanity metrics – the likes, comments and shares. And […]


Twitter Announces 280 Character Limit

There were rumours last year that Twitter was considering taking its microblogging format into longform. Really longform – 10,000 characters. This week, that rumour has finally been put to bed with the announcement that the limit will expand to 280 characters. And the internet, of course, has mixed emotions. What Twitter says influenced the new […]


How to Use Emojis Without Embarrassing Yourself

We humans are pretty good at linguistic ambiguity. We’ve been mastering the art of communication through words since the day we were born – it’s our life’s work. Emojis, however, are a bit of a plot twist. It’s been hundreds of years since the common man had to rely so heavily on pictures to interpret […]


How to Draft a Web Page for Design

Any small business is likely to tackle web copy at some point, and translating the words from a Post-it to a living, breathing web page can be a messy process. As the point of a business website is to get people to call/sign up/buy, every bit of content has to be in a tidy and […]


Why You Need Good Copy, Not Exciting Copy

For the last 10 or so years, we’ve all been blinded by the shining light of goodness that is Innocent’s tone of voice. So fun, so quirky. They’ve had a very good run with their copy style and, although I’m personally quite tired of the schtick now (old and bitter, is what I am), they’re […]


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