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Claire’s article for Lifehacker

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January 11th, 2012

Over the last few months, I’ve been blogging for a range of websites on behalf of Wish.co.uk, an experience and gift website. I worked with the Wish.co.uk team to create content for a range of high-profile sites in the UK and US.

Tackling such a wide range of subjects was really fun and challenging; I’d never know which site was going to accept a blog proposal next. Writing for a US audience also makes a difference to the language, research and cultural reference points I had to use.

It was a phenomenally busy end to the year, but I produced some of the work I’m most proud of. In December, my writing was published on the Eventbrite blog. I’m very pleased with that article; I’ve used Eventbrite a few times recently and I think it’s such a great idea. In fact, in my time as a non-profit gig promoter Eventbrite could […]

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Now booking technical writing assignments for January 2012

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December 13th, 2011

Christmas is creeping up on us fast: we’ve barely had time to buy any gifts because we’re working hard to get ahead with our copywriting and technical writing assignments. Red Robot also now has an additional freelance copywriter on board; he’s helping us to finalise a few odds and ends so we can enjoy a few days in front of the TV next weekend.

As a result of all this hard work, we are now taking on new clients and booking in brand new projects from January 2nd onwards. If you’ve contacted us for a quote but have not yet finalised the details, now’s the perfect time to get your SEO copywriting or blogging project booked in for the New Year. That way, we can kick things off right away when we return from work.

We are also ready to take […]

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