January 2014: Writing for the web: How to create clear, clickable content

by admin on December 13, 2013

Sue Keogh

Editor and copywriter Sue Keogh shared tips on creating clear, clickable content, helping you and your website get off to a great start in 2014!

Sue has been producing content for the web since 1997. She ran a music-based site for BBC Radio 2 before becoming Project Manager at ITV.com and then joining the homepage editorial team for Yahoo! and Aol.

In 2008 she founded Sookio to offer web content and social media services to individuals, small businesses and big brands, including Magic FM and Toshiba. She has also been invited to join Government Digital Services to train people in writing for the web and Gov.uk.

January’s event saw the biggest turnout at a Creative Ely meetup yet! A big thanks to Poets House for being a marvellous venue and squeezing us all in.

For more top tips on writing for the web join Sue on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and the Sookio mailing list.

See the Storify below for Sue’s advice from the night and a few highlights (the shoes!):


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