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Briefing: AI copywriting - An overview

 ‌ Copywriting, when done effectively, can have a hugely beneficial impact on click-throughs and conversion rates. Really excellent copy is funny and attention-grabbing, nuanced and empathetic, or plays subtly with our expectations and the meanings of words. Surely all of these things require a human touch?

In this briefing, we delve into how AI copywriting technology works; the benefits and limitations, the concrete results it can produce, and whether the fears about job losses are grounded in reality.

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How RappiPay Mexico is using AI to speak to customers ‘in their own language’

You might have heard of Rappi, a rapidly-growing Colombian on-demand delivery startup and last mile ecommerce platform that has been called the “Latin American super app“. Like many super apps, Rappi has a payments arm: RappiPay, originally launched as a peer-to-peer payments platform and electronic wallet service in 2018 (Portuguese-language source). It has since rolled […]

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Agency positioning – what does good look like?

Towards the end of last year, I explored how the same tired words and phrases are regurgitated and recycled by agencies, to the point where they have become pretty much meaningless. Yes, I was the one that ripped your agency proposition to shreds. Sorry about that.

What can we learn from bad marketing copy?

Every now and again, an ad or marketing campaign comes along that’s so misguided, it’s baffling to think how it ever made it to fruition.

A bad idea or poorly executed theme is one thing, but when it involves copy that’s clearly been painstakingly created, reviewed, and approved – it’s all the more disconcerting.

How can financial brands improve clarity of copywriting?

Copywriting within the financial sector is notoriously difficult to get right. 

According to a recent study by Edelman, even the top ranked websites are failing to reach expected standards of readability. This means many websites are made up of convoluted sentences in the passive voice and overly complex language.

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