Tait Ischia is a copywriter, content strategist and author. His book, ‘Copywrong to copywriter’, is a handbook for anyone who feels like they can’t write to save themselves. In this episode of MATE, we talk about what’s involved in defining a successful content strategy, how to write copy that converts more customers and how to launch a crowdfunded book. We also have a few friendly arguments along the way. Like, does tone-of-voice even matter? And, how important is copy in this web-focused world?
- Are most copywriters trained in the field? What backgrounds do advertising copywriters have?
- Using proper grammar is still important when writing for advertising. Sometimes.
- Writing for yourself is just as crucial as writing for your audience
- How important is it to consider tone-of-voice when writing? What does that even mean?
- The definition of “Content Strategy”, as outlined by Kristina Halvorson in her book, Content Strategy for the Web.
- The real-world rivalry between Content Strategists and Marketers
- What is a website information architecture (IA)?
- Opinions on brands that use modern slang and memes in social media and advertising
- “Content is king”. Or is it?
- How feedback from people outside your bubble can be useful
- Tait explains why he wrote his book, Copywrong to copywriter.
- Strategy over style
- Editing by Josh Armour, from ArmourPod Productions.
- Podcast logo cover artwork by Courtney Carman
- Music from “Ghosts I–IV” by Nine Inch Nails, used under a Creative Commons licence.
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MATE podcast is a show about Marketing, Advertising, Technology and Entrepreneurship. Hosted by Adam Jaffrey: Digital Strategist and Entrepreneur. Made with ❤️ in Melbourne, Australia.