The quality of online content determines its value to a business. So why economise when quick, cheap content services can only compromise quality?
A response to Nublue’s survey of copywriting resources, including a reassessment of the quality of the articles produced for it.
The term ‘copywriting’ is a broad church – there are lots of copywriting specialisations, and lots of types of copywriter. This article explains the main ones.
Is the term ‘copywriter’ becoming less useful in the age of content mills? Do we need a new way to differentiate ‘content creation’ from ‘content consultancy’?
April 1 2010: Content To Serve, the Silicon Valley-based web application developer, has launched the world’s first completely automated solution for copywriting.
Content mills offer copywriting clients the option of low-price, rapidly produced text. However, there are many vital service aspects they’ll miss out on.