For examples of ongoing blogging work, follow the links on this page, and do also have a look at my own blog.
I’ve been writing blogs for Your Partnerships since July 2022, interviewing Your Partnerships Ambassadors, and writing articles about key topics.
Historical blog clients
Jeweller in Cornwall
I wrote numerous blogs for a local jeweller from November 2016 to the start of 2020. Content has included:
- thoroughly researched factual pieces about the damage mining diamonds causes to the environment,
- information pieces about new ranges, competitions, their Feefo reviews, different types of metals, and other topics related to weddings and engagements,
- helpful pieces including how to choose the right ring shape for your hand,
- customer stories, researched from conversations with happy customers, and
- short ‘in the news’ items, about the business themselves or other related topics, which crop up in the mainstream media.
I enjoyed working with this company, and the blogging work increased to include writing award submissions, re-working their FAQs page and other projects, including an entire website-rewrite in 2019 when they rebranded, as well as some product descriptions.
Not a Jewellery Box
I initially worked with Emma at Not a Jewellery Box writing product descriptions and the ‘about me’ section for her new website. She then asked me to write a regular blog for her, beginning in September 2016, which continued for almost a year, before she decided to bring it back in-house. I also wrote a guest blog on Emma’s other site, Love UK Handmade, about why it’s great to use a copywriter in your business. The site itself is now not in use, but the blog is here.
Pasties and Petticoats Cornish weddings site
Early in 2015 I did some blogging for the wedding website Pasties and Petticoats, on various word-related subjects. This was done in my own name, for a friend. That site too as now not operational, but you can read the blogs here.
- invitations again – making vs printing
- the rest of your ceremony, music, readings, etc
- speeches – content, running order, and who should give them.
- how to give a great wedding speech
I also condensed all of this into a ‘top 10 tips for words to get right at your wedding‘, for the Pasties and Petticoats newsletter.
Handmade in Cornwall
One of my earliest clients, Jeremy at HMIC didn’t have enough time to write blog posts describing new products, or listing shows where he would be exhibiting. So I wrote two short posts per month supporting his business. We spoke regularly to discuss content for up-coming posts, and schedule items.