Why Words Matter Newsletter May '20
How are you doing today? We hope you and yours are coping well with everything.
Like every month, we’ve put together some resources which may (hopefully) help you through the next month. If you’d rather not receive our emails, please unsubscribe at any time - we won’t take it personally!
Fast-track content design for coronavirus - Stephanie Coulshed, Scope - 4 minute read - we’ve been working with the content team at disability charity Scope to design new content about coronavirus. Stephanie explains here how we’ve used data from their helpline and online community to answer the many questions disabled people and their families and carers have about their situation.
Why do people read blogs? - Hubspot - Have you recently heard that blogging is dead? According to Hubspot, you may want to reconsider. They share new research that looks at why we read blogs and provide 6 tips to help you create content that markets itself.
Free webinar series: Managing your workforce during a crisis - our friends at Darwin Gray are teaming up with WCVA to deliver a series of webinars to help charitable organisations get to grips with Government guidance, employment law, and how to look after their staff during the pandemic.
COVID-19 grants, funds and opportunities - A helpful list of schemes, grants, funds, commissions and job opportunities for businesses, cultural organisations and freelancers in Wales.
Our new brand and website - Tidy Content (us!) - three years after we came up with the idea for our content studio in a bar in Taipei, we’ve refreshed our brand, website and offer. Take a look and let us know what you think!
Do you have any interesting resources we can share? Let us know as well!
Stay safe, take care of your loved ones, and get in touch if we can help.
Nia and Adrián
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