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The Freelance Copywriter as Shoemaker.

Somehow it always seems more important to polish up copy for my clients.

Over the years, I’ve written “weblogs” (yes, I even remember that term) or the equivalents for various clients. Among my most recent blog efforts has been several years’ worth of articles for EdgeStudio.com. They were long-form, which I’d call more of a “white paper” or … “article.” I’ve also recently written and edited short-form blogs and social-media posts, too.

But, like the shoemaker who’s too busy to make shoes for his own kids, only now am I getting around to a blog my own. What should I put here?

Well, … what would you like?

How blogging helps me.

The last thing I want to do is add to the din. But I do have some reasons for blogging.

  • It’s a sensible way to compliment someone or rant a little, or ask a question that would be disproportionate or a waste of time in any other forum. For example, I could write Spectrum cable’s management and compliment them on their TV commercials, but … who takes time to do that?  Or I can share my thoughts with a friend … but they’re not in our industry. So I’ll post it here.
  • It’s a place to publish my more extended thoughts, in hopes that they might help others, whether an individual, a company, or an industry. Or at least might be of interest to them. 
  • If nothing else, sometimes a writer’s just gotta write.

So, the length and nature of my blog posts will probably vary, and so will the frequency of posting. That’s where you come in (besides reading, that is).

How can I help you?

If you have a particular question or interest you’d like me to address, feel free to let me know. Is it about the ad industry? Your company? Writing skills? Marketing? Voice acting? Whatever?

I will consider visitors’ thoughts and questions, to maybe fill in the posting gaps. And, I hope, to fill in some gaps in the Internet’s collection of general knowledge.

But first, I suggest you tour my website, because a lot of questions and topics are covered there. I don’t want to repeat I’ve written already.

No sense adding to the din.

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