2022: 5 Content Trends We Expect To See This New Year

Published by Danny Aspinall on
2022: 5 Content Trends We Expect To See This New Year
Crowded bars. Overpriced drinks. The anticlimax of midnight and the broken resolutions of the next day. New Year was a blast, wasn't it? With the distant sound of Jools Holland’s hootenanny still on the horizon, today, we’re properly welcoming 2022. And we’ve got news for you: content ... Read More

Back To The Office: Creating Content In Busy Environments

Published by Kat Platt on
Back To The Office: Creating Content In Busy Environments
Dave’s been gossiping by the water cooler for twenty-five minutes. Ryan’s spilt his brew on your desk. Sandra’s tuna sandwich is stinking the place out. Isn’t it great to be back?Over recent weeks and months, many employees have returned back to the office after an... Read More

Heard It All Before: How To Avoid Clichés, Empty Vocab & Unoriginal Copy

Published by Danny Aspinall on
Heard It All Before: How To Avoid Clichés, Empty Vocab & Unoriginal Copy
Mark Twain once famously declared “there is no such thing as a new idea”.While we can’t recall many other stories about a runaway child embarking down the Mississippi River, Twain’s point still rings true. A quick Google is enough to prove this - you’ll notice onsite and blog copy d... Read More
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