A written voice is made of the words you use, the way you use them and the character they come together to create. Try this exercise to practice your written voice.
On my write your own website course, we use this template as a starting point for longer-form writing, say blogs, case studies and even newsletters,
You’ve got a GCSE in English, you use English every day, so why are you struggling so much with writing your website content?
I don’t often audit the content production I get through in a week, so this was quite an eye opener.
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