Copywriting

Writing, It’s a Lonely Profession: Notes from the Spare Room
Writing, It’s a Lonely Profession: Notes from the Spare RoomAt Daily Posts we have a blended workforce, comprising regular freelancers, occasional freelancers, salaried remote workers and full-time office based staff.  We thought it would be a good idea to look at a perspective from one of our fulltime freelancers. We hope you enjoy this piece by Marc. ItRead More
Planning the Content for Your New Website
Planning the Content for Your New WebsiteWhen you start a new website for your business, you’ll need to have a good amount of content on it before it goes live. There is a lot to consider when creating content for a new website. You have to think about the purpose of your site, what you want to showcase, what kind of […]Read More

A Writer’s Guide to UK vs US English
A Writer’s Guide to UK vs US EnglishWhether you’re from the UK or the US, as a writer you’re likely to receive work from both countries, which means you need to know how to adapt your writing style to each culture. While UK English is more deeply rooted in history and the original form of the English language, the AmericanRead More
Tips from the Beatles: Making Good Content Great
Tips from the Beatles: Making Good Content GreatGood content is not good enough. We firmly believe that here at Daily Posts. Content should be inspiring, thought provoking, even awe-inspiring. Bringing content to life takes time and effort, but, as we will see, it also takes a great imagination. In Hey Jude by The Beatles, John Lennon and Paul McRead More

Daily Posts Video
Daily Posts VideoWatch our marketing video to find out a bit about how our virtual office works, and how we get our content flowing so smoothly. If you need quality content regularly then sign up with us today!Read More
How Google and content has changed its ranking of content over the last 10 years
How Google and content has changed its ranking of content over the last 10 yearsImagine you’re sitting at a desktop computer, searching for your website on Google. It’s 2005 – before “Googling” was a common term – and everyone with a website is trying to figure out the Internet giant’s ranking system, with very little idea of where to start. A lot has changed sincRead More

Anik Singal’s Keys to Getting Over the Full Time Remote Writer Challenge
Anik Singal’s Keys to Getting Over the Full Time Remote Writer ChallengeThere are many benefits to being a well-paid, full-time remote writer. Apart from being able to work from any location of your choosing and being in contact with people across the country (in many cases across continents), there is the satisfaction that comes with earning a living doing what you lovRead More
Calling All Writers: What You Need to Know About Focus
Calling All Writers: What You Need to Know About FocusIf you’re going to be a successful writer, you need to learn how to focus when it’s time to work. You might have heard that creative people are often polymaths who tend to get pulled in different directions at the same time, but to put your best efforts into your writing, focus is key. What is Read More

Boost your Content Marketing Strategy with These Tested Copywriting Tips From Anik Singal
Boost your Content Marketing Strategy with These Tested Copywriting Tips From Anik Singal“Content marketing and copywriting are two different things” says Anik Singal. “While content marketing represents your overall content strategy and how they are integrated into various online media, copywriting is a technique of writing content for this strategy.” In order to produce SEO coRead More
Triple Your Clicks from Search Engines with These Killer Title Tips
Triple Your Clicks from Search Engines with These Killer Title TipsWriting great titles will make people click your content, read longer and share even without reading the entire thing. They can make or break your content, give you an edge and inspire people to respond to your copy. Your headline is the first thing that shows up when people look browse through the Read More

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