Writing for the Web – our 32-page guide is out now

Writing for the Web

Tecmark today launches “˜Writing for the Web’, a free ebook that shows how to make your copy more engaging, more effective and get SEO approval.

Written by Rob Weatherhead, Stacey MacNaught and Neil Barraclough, Writing for the Web is a 32-page resource that offers practical tips and advice to improve your writing.

Designed to help anyone responsible for creating digital content, it includes sections on writing advice, plain English, meta descriptions, header tags, keyword planning and making your content more memorable.

Download your free copy here.

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Tecmark Author Neil Barraclough

About the Author

Neil Barraclough: Brand Communications Manager

A former journalist with experience in radio, TV and a decade in national newspapers, Neil now focuses on communications and results-driven copywriting.

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