Have you ever been to Newton Abbot?
But Graeme Piper…
Well, Graeme is the King of Newton Abbot.
At least, he’s the Copywriting King of Newton Abbot and he’s also my very special guest for episode 28 of The All Good Copy Podcast.
We talk about how he got into copywriting, the challenges you face as a freelance copywriter and he reminds us all why we should perhaps spend more time in Newton Abbot.
Listening back to it myself, I really enjoyed the conversation and if you’re a freelance copywriter yourself, I think you’ll find it very relatable.
You can also listen on iTunes here.
Or Soundcould here.
P.S. This week, I also managed to steal a brief extract of a coaching tape from Brad Platitudes’ exclusive ‘Platinum Pioneer Programme’. In it, he reveals the secret to achieving maximum hustlosity. It’s pretty deep stuff, so be sure to listen in here.
NOTES ON THE PODCAST
Graeme Piper is a freelance copywriter based in Newton Abbot in Devon. He has been freelancing full time since 2016 and goes by the name Drop Cap Copy. You can find out more about Graeme by following him on Twitter here.
Glenn Fisher is an author, copywriter, podcaster, and speaker. His first book, The Art of the Click is an Amazon bestseller and was shortlisted for the Business Book Awards 2019. It’s published by Harriman House and available now on Amazon here.
You can visit Graeme Piper’s website here.
Now Try Something Weirder by Michael Johnson is available on Amazon here.
Feck Perfunction by James Victore is available on Amazon here.
Creative Mischief by Dave Trott is available on Amazon here.
The Glass Bead Game by Herman Hesse is available on Amazon here.
Catch up on The All Good Copy Podcast here.