August 24, 2012Write less, do more

As a freelance copywriter, I have fought against copy mills, bad clients, price-per-word estimates, and B2B jargon. But now I’m going to take a stand against something more controversial. Words.

No, I’m not losing my marbles. Speaking as a writer, sometimes I don’t think words work. Consider the art of seduction. You’re alone. You see her across a crowded bar. Your eyes meet — a thousand different things are said, but not a word is uttered. You communicate by signals alone.

Read the rest of my guest post on Stephen Marsh’s excellent blog by clicking here.

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