Web Developers, Designers, Social Media Consultants… gather round!
Have you ever given a client a shiny new blog, quietly terrified that they don’t know what to do with it?
Have you ever winced at said clients’ shoddy blog posts, which defy every good practice of web writing?
Have you ever groaned with existential agony as your clients abuse the CMS you gave them by posting large swathes of incomprehensible copy?
Guides to Good Copy
I’m planning a series of short guides that explain in simple terms what makes good writing for the web. These will be freely available and you will be welcome to share them with your clients. Heck, you can even add your own branding to them, providing you leave a little space for my name.
What Would Your Ideal Guide Include?
I want these guides to be as useful as possible, so please tell me what things regularly trouble your clients. What aspects of writing for the web (including blogs and social networks) would you like me to address?