Welcome to WordHound’s content marketing blog. Here we aim to practice what we preach, in the form of regularly posted articles. We’ve mostly chosen topics that answer some of our frequently asked questions in a bit more depth. We hope you’ll find some of our ideas helpful when planning your own blog.
Like any good content marketing blog, we cover topics like branding, the purpose of blogs, choosing a writer and using keywords. You’ll also find some examples of articles we’ve written, along with information on how we create a brief.
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10 Copywriting Mistakes to Avoid Editor’s note: It would be tricky for us to write a guide that’s tailored exactly to your unique business, since
At WordHound, we like to give our professional content writers a few pointers when they join the club*. One pointer is that it’s a good
There are times in a professional content writer’s career when they’re faced with one of life’s most frustrating dilemmas… to add the rude jokes, or
2020’s here It’s 2020, and things are a wee bit grim. Humanity has started the year on the wrong foot, and it’s not like last
Your WordHound blog post Straight to the point. Interesting topic. Perfect spelling and impeccable grammar. We guarantee that we’ll deliver all of these with your
Why use a white label copywriting service? Let’s take a wander down Imaginary Scenario Street. Picture this: You’re a web designer, or a marketer, or
What to do with your article Ding! Or perhaps Boink!, Toot! or, conceivably, Burp! The sound of your email arriving chimes through the office, and
What is a Keyword Strategy? If you’ve never ordered an article from WordHound before, pull up a chaise longue and let us show you how
Should you localise your content? Candies or sweets, aubergines or eggplants… what does it matter? I mean, who cares whether it’s bum or fanny anyway?
If you’re an SME with a business website, you’ve probably wondered how much time you should spend thinking about your online image. The fact is
Customers don’t want to be sold to. It sounds ridiculous, doesn’t it? So… what exactly are they looking for? Well, according to research agency Gartner,
What should I write about on my blog? Ah yes, the age-old question. Here’s something pretty ironic: no one knows your business quite as well