I’m Jo Collie, a published creative writer and an experienced copywriter – which makes me a great choice for your business writing. I know how to switch between the two and when to blend them. I can offer you a skillset of more than twenty-five years’ experience as an award-winning scriptwriter, journalist, author, broadcaster and university lecturer in creative writing.
And that’s just me: IMAGINANTICS comprises a flair of specialist writers around the world, ready to bring your project to life. The magic begins with a strong creative brief. From there, we’ll come up with a BOLD, PLAYFUL and INVENTIVE way to tell your customers what they want to know from you.
Yes – what they want to know … which isn’t necessarily what you want to say. Think of IMAGINANTICS as your ‘translator’ – the one who makes what you do really matter to your customers.
So … you’ve resolved to get on with your blog this year, but how do you find blog ideas quickly? If there’s one big drawback to blogging it’s the time that writing it takes away from your business. KEEP A NOTEBOOK The most important thing in becoming a regular blogger is that you develop a writing habit. Experiment with different rituals – for example, a certain kind of music, venue, time of day, arrangement of pens, books on the desk and so on. The best way to save the ideas that pop into your head throughout the day, however, is still the good old notebook. Here’s how to use it. Buy a notebook that is big enough to scribble down ideas as they come to you...READ MORE
Whoever is handling your PR is working hand in hand with a good creative writer. That’s how you will get results: angling the right message to the right people at the right time. It’s...READ MORE
When Tony Taylor of TEACEE invited me to guest blog on Public Speaking for his company, I leapt at the chance. TEACEE is an amazing, empathic business coaching company that literally changes business-owners’ lives – and I had...READ MORE
When the opportunity to submit to the Writing Industries Conference 2010 landed in my mailbox, I jumped at it. How often does an unknown writer get the chance to sit with an agent or an editor from a reputable agency or publishing house? Having the WIC acting as a facilitator willing to stick its foot in that proverbial slamming door on my behalf was an opportunity too good to miss. I was thrilled to hear that I’d won a chance to meet with Oli Munson of Blake Friedmann Literary, TV and Film Agency to discuss my non-fiction book, “In The Blender”. I made sure that I was completely prepared: my manuscript was complete – a final draft that was edited and proofread to a polished level and printed out in correct publishing format; I took along...READ MORE
You’d be forgiven for thinking you were watching a Stallone movie. Choppers landing in the middle of a main road in peak-hour traffic, cars veering left and right to avoid the victim lying prostrate in a...READ MORE