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Blogs about Copywriting

Looks like… Sounds like…

What’s the difference between a homophone, a homonym and a homograph? Let Comma Chameleon explain…

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Copywriter or content creator?

What’s the difference between a copywriter and a content creator? It’s not just semantics, that’s for sure. Comma Chameleon breaks the two terms down…

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The language of a pandemic

Our everyday language has become almost unrecognisable amid the COVID-19 pandemic. And with mixed and unclear messaging, it’s tricky to get a hold on what’s actually being said. Comma Chameleon looks at a new language frontier…

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Why you need an email newsletter

Are you harnessing the power of an email newsletter in your business? Maybe it’s time to start…

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‘Compared to’ or ‘compared with’

They look and sound like they’re interchangeable, right? What if we told you there were subtle differences in meaning when using either ‘to’ or ‘with’ to make a comparison? Let Comma Chameleon blow your mind…

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How to start blogging

Thinking about adding a blog to your website? Want to know how to get started? Then read on…

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All about alt-text

What is alt-text? Why does it matter? And how can you go about writing it so that your website is more accessible? Comma Chameleon explains everything…

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Style means substance

What is a style guide? And why do you need one? Let Comma Chameleon break it down for you…

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Ready to kick some!

Our website’s live. We’re getting social over on Facebook and Twitter. And we’ve already started work for our first client. Comma come on in and see what we’re all about…

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About Comma Chameleon

Comma Chameleon is a Manchester-based team of copywriters, editors and proofreaders, with decades of experience. We work with clients throughout the UK to bring colour to content and clarity to messages, no matter the size, format or platform. We simply love words, whether they’re yours or ours.

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