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How to Shout Out Your Awesome Colleague

Category: Code, Copywriting, Educational

Want to shout out a colleague for the terrific contributions they’ve made, but aren’t sure how? Follow these tips to spread the joy and positivity!

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What to Read This Holiday Season

Category: Copywriting, Just For Fun

Finally have the time and mental space to curl up in front of the fire with a toasty beverage and a good book, but don’t know what to read? I’ve got you covered.

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Tips for Remote Workers

Category: Code, Copywriting

If you’re new to working remotely or thinking of taking the plunge, these tips will reveal the most common pitfalls you need to be aware of and what you can do to avoid falling in.

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Organization Tips for the Freelance Copywriter

Category: Copywriting

Staying organized is important if you want to be the kind of freelancer who meets deadlines and gets paid. Read this post to find out how I do it.

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To the New Copywriter: Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Starting Out

Category: Copywriting, Educational

I’ve been writing copy for a while and I’d like to think I’ve learned a thing or two along the way. Some of those lessons I really wish I’d learned sooner, so now I pass them along to you, the new copywriter, to give you a head start.

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Corn? Or, The Best Writing Lessons I Learned in High School

Category: Copywriting, Educational

How many times did you ask, “When will we actually use this?” in high school? I have yet to solve the quadratic equation in my professional life, but these lessons I learned in AP English junior year have stuck with me. Shoutout to Mrs. Hoye!

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