Archive for August, 2015

Tinder’s Twitter tantrum: genuine or staged?

Friday, August 14th, 2015

I’m sure you’re all aware of Tinder’s little (read: mammoth) explosion on their Twitter feed this week. Their 30-tweet tirade was fired against an article in Vanity Fair that accused the app of encouraging hookup culture, and likened it to an online shopping service for people.

Whoever controls their social media accounts didn’t take too kindly to journalist Nancy Jo Sales‘ criticism. They responded in a manner akin to the ‘keyboard warriors’ of social media past.

Tinder Twitter Meltdown

If you don’t have the time to read all 31 tweets, we wouldn’t be surprised. Here are a few highlights…


Four easy ways to write hardworking copy

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015

Right, I’ll get one thing out of the way straight away – everyone can write. But not everyone can write copy.

Of course I’d say that – I’m a copywriter. I have to protect my trade, right? But truly, it’s a lot more complex than you might think. With that said, there are a few easy things you can do to help your copy work a little harder and make more of an impact.

Copy infographic


Six ways to avoid failing at social media

Wednesday, August 5th, 2015

If you’re a business in 2015, chances are you’re using social media.

Why wouldn’t you be? It’s a great way to get your message out, tell your story, and promote your brand. It also makes it incredibly easy to interact with your audience.

We could sing the praises of social media all day long, but when it comes down to it, we know that it’s hard work. If you’re wondering why your social platforms aren’t working as well as you think they should be, take a look at these six ways to avoid failing at social media.


Together’s Monday Musings

Monday, August 3rd, 2015


It’s that time again!

Now I’ve enjoyed today’s Monday mocha, which I buy every Monday morning from Cafe Nero entirely because it’s alliterative, it’s time for some musings.

So sit back, read up on what’s hot in Together HQ, and let your fondly remembered weekend slip slowly away.