0330 133 0664 |

Blog

cj-blog-image-missile

The Keyboard is Mightier Than the Nuclear Missile

Way back in the seventh century BC, the well-known Assyrian sage Ahiquar is reputed to have stated “the word is mightier than the sword”. Okay, so Ahiquar maybe isn’t that well known today and the version of his wisdom that we are more familiar with is the nineteenth century one; which was coined by the […]

Read More

cj-blog-image-quite_smoking

Quit Smoking – Start Writing

  Whether you refer to them as cigs, ciggies, tabs, smokes, snouts, bines, rollies or roll ups – we’re seeing them used less and less each year. Tobacco smoking is undeniably on the decline in the UK. With national initiatives such as Stoptober, a month-long campaign encouraging folks to stop smoking, a greater amount of […]

Read More

cj-blog-image-gigital_handwriting

Has Digital Tech Ruined the Art of Handwriting?

  Penmanship, the act of using your hand to hold an instrument and mark a surface with written language has origins as far back as 3200 B.C. Back in those days, pictographic systems were used. The most distant but familiar handwritten system to us stems from the Roman era; when scripts were written for financial […]

Read More

SM Ruining Blogging

Is Social Media Ruining Blogging?

Is social media running blogging? It is a slightly slanderous title and an extreme accusation to make; but with merit. Technically, blogging is of course a form (if not the very first form) of social media. Telling stories online was the basis for the whole social media boom and blogging was at the very forefront […]

Read More

Filthy Content Writing

Writing Filth for the Adult Industry

We get a variety of jobs here at Content Juice. We’ve written for a wide range of industries, working with large commercial brands and local SMEs too. We never like to turn a job down in truth and will wrap our creative minds around any brief that comes our way. We even relish the research […]

Read More

Content Design Manual

Content Design Manual – Web Content

Long time no see agent! Finished playing babysitter? Your education on the humble product description may have been juvenile but it was necessary nonetheless. We’re almost at the end of our journey through the content design manual now but we still have some very important missions to complete. I want you back in the field […]

Read More

Outsourcing content

The Financial Benefits of Outsourcing Content

People’s opinion of outsourcing content is often split right down the middle. On one page, some people believe it to be cheap, cheerful and lacking in quality. On another page, people believe outsourcing content is a sensible, profitable and efficient method of acquiring a professional service. We here understand both sides of the argument to […]

Read More

Content Design Manual

Content Design Manual – Article Writing

Hello again agent. Congratulations on passing the blog content assignment, Diego is satisfied with the information you have provided. Both he and your users now have a solid idea of your business, your products and the benefits you can provide. You will also be pleased to hear that Google is on your side too. Good […]

Read More

Google Rankbrain Blog

Google RankBrain Promotes Quality Content

The year 2015. The year that SEO land changed forever. Again. That was the year that we digitalites witnessed the creation of a brand-new law. A law that would change our world forever, causing panic and confusion with death and destruction. Okay, maybe that’s a little bit too dramatic but the release of Google RankBrain […]

Read More

Content Design Blog Picture

Differences between Copywriting, Content Writing and Content Design

There are a number of different terms used to describe the industry we work in and the roles we all fulfil as writers for the web. We can be called copywriters, editors, freelancers or simple content writers amongst many other labels. ‘Content designer’ is a relatively new one being bandied about of late; with .gov.uk […]

Read More