I thought Danielle Read was nice.
She’s a copywriter – which is always a good thing.
She’s Australian – and I’ve found Australians to generally be nice folks.
And she’s got a logo for her business inspired by Metallica.
All good signs.
But then, visiting her website, what do I find but a line of copy insulting bass players.
As a bass player myself, I was appalled. But through the pain, I spoke to her anyway, asking her to explain herself.
We also spoke about how she got into copywriting and how she’s been able to build such a positive and coherent personal brand.
Despite the insult to me and my four-stringed friends, it all makes for a lovely chat and you should give it a listen here…
Or you can listen on Soundcloud here:
NOTES ON THE PODCAST
Danielle Read is an Australian copywriter and founder of ReadCity Writing. She has worked with brands such as Uber, Surfing Australia, and Urban List, hosts the Readcity Radio Podcast, and runs an online course called SEO for Beginners. You can follow Danielle on Instagram 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 check out Danielle’s Readcity Writing website here.
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