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Welcome to the Clever Copy Chats Podcast

I wanted to create a podcast that gets back to the sticky, awkward, gloriousness of being a day to day copywriter.

Hurrah, back in the land of copy podcasts. It’s been a while. So let me tell you what my new podcast is all about.

I know. I know.

There are a gazillion copywriting podcasts out there.

I’ve made a few hundred or so episodes myself, but honestly, most leave me wanting. They’re all so dry, so earnest, so teachy.
All mega famous copywriters dispensing blobs of copy knowledge down from their lofty plinths.

Most of the folk interviewed aren’t even copywriters anymore, they’ve moved on to being course creators and moguls.
So I wanted to create a podcast that gets back to the sticky, awkward, gloriousness of being a day to day copywriter.

The woes, the ups, the bitty fist annoyance of a client who won’t use track changes, the tips on how to write 5,000 words in 20 minutes because you forgot the deadline, and of course, the real bottom warming stories of great clients and amazing writing that keeps us doing the do each day.

So come with me on a journey through colons and interrobangs.

Through client Zooms and last-minute amends, we’ll have some laughs and learn a thing or two along the way.

Grab a coffee and join me on Clever Copy Chats.

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A list of all our copy tip episodes:

Tip 1: Do you really like writing copy?

Tip 2: You are not your copy

Tip 3: Write tighter copy

Tip 4: Write skeleton drafts 

Tip 5: Let the client see your quirks

Tip 6: Adding the razzle dazzle to your copy

Tip 7: Copywriting pricing: tough love

Tip 8: Why most of your copy sucks

Tip 9: How to find copy jobs

Tip 10: Write credible copy

Tip 11: How to wow clients on the first call

Tip 12: How to get more proposals accepted 

Tip 13: Why old is not a selling point

Tip 14: How to fill the blanks in your brief

Tip 15: Trading FOMO for JOGI