Flycast Media (UK)
Flycast Media are a quality marketing agency in London specialising in web design and inbound marketing. Our ongoing brief for them is to meet the regular blog requirements of their website clients. Blog posts written for marketing purposes have a dual role, to provide informative content that builds brand trust, and to promote high domain authority and search engine ranking. With careful research, keyword placement and an understanding of style and tone, our articles continue to have impact for Flycast clients.
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Upskilled are one of Australia’s leading Registered Training Organisations. Our brief was to help build their reputation as a hub for careers advice whilst encouraging interest in their online training courses. They were so pleased with our work that we are now weekly contributors to the Upskilled blog. For this project, writing often takes an easy-to-read ‘listicle’ approach that blends solid statistical research with light-weight, informative content.
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Two Blondes Walking
The project that introduced Fi to the world of blogging and online marketing, Two Blondes Walking has gone from strength to strength since its conception in 2012. Six years of daily blog writing has given a wealth of practical and creative experience and, with an ever growing daily readership, the success of this outdoor writing project has been undeniable.
Now this is an exciting day… For today there will be Blondes on TV! Not just any Blondes you understand, not that Cameron Diaz, that Taylor Swift or that Reese Witherspoon, not even the more outdoorsy Ellie Harrison, Kate Humble or Clare Balding (although they might be on the same program and we don’t mind
July was an unusual month for writing work; a paucity for the first three weeks led to a plethora for the last. Writing jobs, it would appear, are like buses (but less smelly). To help myself keep calm over my latest slack period (not a female anatomical term) I have been indulging in word puzzles.