We’re hurtling faster towards 2018, and the final few months of the year have been pretty hectic. I’ve been doing lots of copywriting for some fantastic creative agencies, publications and digital learning providers.
You want some highlights? Sure thing.
I’ve written the “back of pack” copy in conjunction with Co-Partnership for A’tivo, a refreshing new Australian aperitif, which is now available in time for summer. If you want to know more about A’tivo, check out this article.
I reviewed Kesha‘s cathartic record Rainbow for Women In Pop magazine, which is celebrating its 3rd issue. This excellent magazine is making big waves internationally, so make sure you pick up a copy. I’ve also written a 30 year retrospective review of Kylie Minogue‘s debut album….yikes, yes it’s been 30 years. This record was pivotal in Kylie’s career, so how soes it stack up in 2017? Make sure you check out the magazine in your local newsagent or online for the answer to that, and check out the WIP website for all the latest in female-fronted muzak!
I’ve been writing loads of video scripts for Hustle in Sydney, and you’ll see some of those here in the next month or two.
I’ve continued copywriting for Workstar, the digital learning specialists. I’ve written the new eBook, which highlights the leearning trends for 2018? Ready to dive deep into microlearning, xAPI, gamification, AR & VR? Perhaps you need to check out the eBook, which you can download here.
I’ve written a couple of new websites: one for Advantage, which is the world’s first bagless backpack vacuum cleaner, and one for EmmettGray, which is a mortgage broker and advisor based in Sydney. Again, I’ll be sharing these with you once they’re live, so stay tuned.
See, I told you it’s been a busy month in the world of Tea or Copy.
And remember, if you need any copywriting, copy editing, scriptwriting or even a sick note from your mum – get in touch!
Michael from Tea or Copy.