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We've recently changed our blog page to a new format, but wanted to make Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services' previous blogs available to you, as they are full of great marketing tips and advice to help you promote your business using social media, newsletters, email marketing, leaflets, brochure, press releases and by running competitions or via advertising in newspapers, magazines and on websites. 
Please read below. 

Great Results From Our Writing Competition 

We are looking for sponsors for our next Writing Competition after the excellent results of our History Writing Competition. 
Thank you to everyone who got involved with our 2017 History Writing Competition, especially our sponsors, our partner and all those who entered. 
Entries came in from across the area after it was publicised in the newspaper, on websites, social media platforms and on the radio. 
Our young writers did a great job tackling topics like time travel, reminiscing about life in Colchester and a World War I soldier’s experiences, to name but a few. 
This was Sally Anderson-Wai of Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services’ 4th competition, which we ran jointly with Andrew Summers of Essex Hundred Publications. 
We invited 11 to 18-year-olds from across North Colchester and Essex to submit their entries with a local history theme and some fantastic prizes were up for grabs. Our sponsors were Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services, Essex Hundred Publications, the Gazette, Colchester Castle and Wivenhoe Bookshop. 
Sally said: “In the last four years I have organised a writing competition for teenagers 
because I want to encourage young people to improve their writing skills, to be creative and to enjoy history at a time when standards of English seem to be dropping due to the digital era we live in.” 
Andrew Summers said: “I’m thrilled to have played a part in organising this competition and hope our winners will have renewed their interest in local history.” 
Our first place prize winner Sophie Holgate, 14, was presented with a digital camera by the Gazette’s Head of Content Dom Bowers. The prize was provided by Write Wai and Essex Hundred Publications. Sophie’s school, Philip Morant, also received £100 worth of books given by Essex Hundred Publications. 
Sophie’s entry was chosen to be the first place prize winner by our independent judge, Margaret Barrowman, who was formerly Chair of Governors of Broomgrove Primary School in Wivenhoe, and is a former headmistress and an Ofsted inspector. She said Sophie’s entry was creative, was well written and contained local history. 
Westcliff Grammar School for Boys pupil, Luke Burridge, 13, of Rowhedge, was presented with the second prize, an annual pass from Colchester Castle for two people (including a guided tour of the castle and a guide book) and Sue Finn of Wivenhoe Bookshop presented a voucher for £50 to be spent in her shop to Oscar Gould, 13, also of Philip Morant. 
All three winners and their relatives were given a guided tour of the Gazette Offices and they became published writers as their entries were published in the Gazette. 
The Gazette and Write Wai are planning to run a 5th writing competition later this year. 

Change For The Better 

I've been celebrating another birthday recently and you probably won't realise just how amazing that is. You see a few years ago while working as a regional journalist in the north of England, I suffered a serious illness that could have killed me. That experience was life changing. 
After I recovered, I realised I needed to live life more and used my savings to go travelling in the south east Asia, Australia and New Zealand. I went white water rafting, walked on a glacier, swam with dolphins and met the man who became my husband and the father of my sons. After moving to London, I went on to work for the BBC (something I had never dreamed was possible before) and later became the Editor of the first international magazine that listed the Christian programmes on satellite television. 
Four years ago I launched my own business, Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services, writing words for businesses and Christian ministries, which I thank the Lord, is award-winning and is going from strength to strength. 
The moral of my story is don’t wait for your life changing moment, live your dreams now! 

You Have a Story To Tell Too! 

My story above is true and one which gained a great response from my contacts and followers when I posted it on LinkedIn (44 likes and 17 comments) and Facebook (48 likes and eight comments). Now, more than ever content is king, especially with the new algorithms on Facebook where just liking a post no longer works to get your posts into people's news feeds. Why not have a go at telling your own story. Tell it how it is, from the heart, using language that people understand. 
You can then use your story as a post on your social media and you will find it gets a better response than your sales posts. You could also use it as a blog on your website, as a press release or in an email, as I am doing now. Do let me know how your followers and contacts react. Good content will help you to feed the hungry Google monster, improve your profile on your social media, drive traffic to your website and increase your leads and sales. It does for me. If you need a little help from your friendly copywriter, you know where I am! 

Wishing You Every Success In 2018 

It’s that special time of year when we remember family and friends and are thankful for the year we’ve had and the year that is to come. 
Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services had an incredible year in 2017. I personally started the year dining up the Shard and at a Parliamentary Reception at the House of Commons on my birthday and ended it in the audience of BBC Question Time when it was filmed in Colchester. 
New Clients 
We are delighted to have won some new clients for Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services and most of them were from recommendations from happy customers. 
New Bespoke Packages 
After assessing businesses’ needs, we have organised some special packages for 2018, offering bespoke combinations of copywriting, PR & social media management to help your business gain more publicity, better leads and greater sales. Check out our services page on this website for more details or contact us. 
Our Successes 
Early last year, we realised we had achieved an incredible 100% success rate for gaining publicity from our press releases sent out for our clients in 2016 and we’re on track for a similar result for 2017. We’ve managed to get ourselves and our clients on the radio, on TV, on websites and in newspapers. Write Wai’s clients have thanked us for helping them to gain new leads and sales through our management of their social media too, including one post for a company’s LinkedIn page which had 65 likes and 24 comments and another client’s post had likes from the four corners of the Globe. Our own social media has also led to fresh leads and sales for Write Wai. 
Community and Charity 
The deadline for Write Wai’s fourth annual writing competition for teenagers has ended. This year 11 to 18-year-old have been asked to write a story, fact or fiction, on a local history topic. We were thrilled that Andrew Summers of Essex Hundred Publications jointly ran the competition with us after seeing our story asking for help in Essex Chamber of Commerce’s Newsletter. We also managed to attract Colchester Castle, the Wivenhoe Bookshop and the Gazette Colchester to sponsor prizes. The judges will be choosing the top three winners and we will be inviting to a VIP to present the prizes to them in late January or early February. 
In 2017, we also supported various charities with fund raising, finance and sponsored marketing. 
I’m delighted to have given talks at various business events and networks and Write Wai was invited to have stands at the Colchester Business Enterprises’ Annual Party (where we previously won an award) and at the Business Woman’s Network. 
It just leaves us space to wish you all every success in 2018. 

Top Tips For Writing Your Annual Newsletter 

There is no better time than the present to start thinking of writing your Annual Newsletter, especially if you don't send them out monthly or quarterly. You can either email them to your clients and prospects or, go one better, have them printed to sent out at the same time as your Corporate Christmas cards. Annual Newsletters give you the chance to showcase your services and products without obvious marketing, while you celebrate your successes of the last 12 months. You can also give your readers a taste of new services and products you might have in the pipeline for next year. 
Once you have devised a template you can use them again and again. Your Annual Newsletter is a valuable marketing tool which will also provide you with content for blogs and social media posts. 
Here are Top Tips from Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services: 
1, Think about who your target audience is and what they would be interested to read about. 
2, Aim to have a few topics in different sections. It looks better to the viewer than a block of copy. 
3, Lead with a strong story that will appeal to lots of people, followed by a comment by your CEO or owner. 
4, Summarise what you are pleased with from the year and talk about what you have planned for the forthcoming 12 months. 
5, Don't use jargon. 
6, Use the first person in an active voice rather than the third person. 
7, Write compact copy and edit it so that it is the right length. 
8, Think of it in terms of telling a story rather than delivering information. 
9, Talk about your successes, any awards you may have won and what you have done or raised for your local community or a charity. 
10, Review your previous newsletters to collect your best achievements and look at your Social Media to see what had the most interaction. 
11, Try to get the message across about why your clients need your services, without being too pushy or sales focused. 
12, Use any of those fabulous photographs you might have in your Facebook files and don’t be frightened to Photoshop them, if you have the confidence. 
13, Proofread, proofread and proofread your copy before you publish it or send it out. 
14, When you are happy with your final version, it is the time to consider the layout and appearance. 
15, Use a montage, cartoon or infograph to break up the text. 
16, Include news tidbits or offers that will be coming up 
17, Include a call to action or ask for feedback. 
18, Use your logo and include contact details and a link to your website. 
If you lack the time to write your own newsletter or need advice, get in touch. We can help you do your Annual Newsletters. 

We’re Celebrating Our 4th Birthday By Giving Away a Free Gift! 

It’s not often that you get something for nothing in business, but you have chance of claiming a FREE gift from us right now! 
Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services has been in business 4 years. In a this economic climate, we think it is quite an achievement, don’t you? To show our gratitude and to mark this special occasion, we are saying thank you to our website visitors, clients, contacts, family and friends, by offering you a FREE gift. We are giving away a great PR tool to help you improve your publicity! 
If you have had a good read of our website, you will already know who we are and what we do. We’d like to remind you that we're a multi-award-winning business, creating bespoke, cost-effective content written in an engaging way to gain small to medium enterprises like yours, more publicity, better leads and greater sales. Our services include: words for websites, blogs, social media management, leaflets and email marketing. 
We would modestly like to say that we’re very good at writing press releases and getting them used. The proof is that during 2016, all of our press releases were used by one or more media outlets - yes you read that correctly, 100% of our press releases were successfully used in 2016 - and we’re on target for a similar result in 2017. We attribute this success to our 25 years experience working on local, national and international media and our ability to tell a good story. 
To say thank you for your encouragement, support, and for helping Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services reaching our 4th birthday, we are giving away a PR template (just until midnight on 24.12.17 and with no obligations to use our services) so that you can write your own press releases. Our template will be a great addition to your marketing funnel. 
If you would like to claim a FREE copy of Write Wai's PR template that has helped us gain valuable publicity, new leads and extra sales for our clients (see our portfolio page), contact us via our website today 

We are excited to launch our fourth annual Writing Competition which is bigger and better than ever before!  This year WRITE WAI PR & COPYWRITING SERVICES have teamed up with ESSEX HUNDRED PUBLICATIONS to devise a competition on a history theme, which we hope will be of interest to you or your pupils or children (entries from young people aged 11 – 18 years (inclusive) only). They just need to write 300 to 400 words on a local history theme (fact or fiction) to enter and a brief explanation on why they chose their topic.  We think this year’s prizes are the best we have offered and are being donated by ourselves and our sponsors, The Colchester Gazette, Colchester Castle and Wivenhoe Bookshop.  1st prize is a Digital Camera (from both us) and the winner’s school will receive £100 worth of selected books (courtesy of Essex Hundred Publications). 2nd prize is an annual pass from Colchester Castle for two people (including a guided tour of the castle and a guide book) 3rd prize will be a book token for £50 for themselves to use at Wivenhoe Bookshop.  

In addition to these fabulous prizes, The Gazette is offering to publish the top three winning stories in the Gazette. The winners will also be given a VIP tour of their Newsroom and the brilliant opportunity to sit in a Newsroom Conference where editorial decisions are made. The deadline to submit your entry is noon on December 31, 2017. 
Full details and competition rules are on the following below for you to download and circulate to your friends, staff, parents and pupils or you can see them at http:/ or on the flyers which we will be circulating. 
If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact Sally Anderson-Wai at Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services on or 07956 977 994 or Andrew Summers or 01702 557828. 
Very many thanks for your support and we look forward to reading your pupil’s entries. 
Yours sincerely, 
Sally Anderson-Wai Andrew Summers 
The information below, including the rules, has been sent to schools. If you would like a poster to erect at your educational establishment, get in touch. 
Are you aged 11 – 18 years and live in Essex? Do you enjoy writing and are interested in local history? Why not have a go at winning a super digital camera for yourself and £100 worth of books for your School by entering our competition? Second prize is a year’s pass for Colchester Castle for two people (plus a guided tour and a guide book) and the third prize winner will receive a book token for £50 to spend at Wivenhoe Bookshop. 
For our 4th annual Writing Competition, WRITE WAI PR & COPYWRITING SERVICES has joined forces with ESSEX HUNDRED PUBLICATIONS to come up with a really interesting project to hone your writing skills. Our competition is being sponsored by the Colchester Gazette, Colchester Castle and Wivenhoe Bookshop. Winning students will also be given a tour of the Gazette’s Newsroom, they will also have the amazing opportunity to join a Newsroom Conference where the editorial decisions are made and all three winning articles will be published in the Gazette, subject to the Editor’s final approval. 
History is who we are and the local area is full fascinating stories. We want you to write a feature or news story, factual or fictional, about a local history subject or perhaps you may want to investigate a local historical myth and present your own conclusions. The judges will rate stories based on the originality of the entry, the quality of the research and standard of English. 
Write your article just as if you were writing it for The Gazette, about something that has inspired or amazed you or is newsworthy locally. Local history has a very broad reach and your passion for it must shine through in your writing. The article should be between 300 and 400 words long; it ought to contain quotations from relevant people, facts and figures if applicable and it can contain a photograph relevant to the subject matter. You must also include a short piece (100 words maximum) explaining why you chose your subject matter, how you researched the subject and drew your conclusions. 
Your entry will be judged on 3 elements: 
The article itself and the way it inspires the Judges. 
How well you explain the way you did your research. 
The quality and relevance of the additional material e.g. photo, facts, figures and quotations. 
Award-winning copywriter and journalist, Sally Anderson-Wai founder of WRITE WAI PR & COPYWRITING SERVICES and Andrew Summers, Managing Editor and contributing author to ESSEX HUNDRED PUBLICATIONS will be judging the entries. Sally has over 30 years experience working for local, national and international media (including the BBC) and marketing firms. For 10 years Andrew printed books, before moving on to selling books both here in the UK and internationally. Now he writes and publishes books. 
The winning entries will be featured on WRITE WAI’s website and blog: and and 
Entries should be submitted by email to in word format with a header 2017 Writing Competition Entry. The closing date is midday December 31st, 2017. There will be a first, second and third place winners and winners will be notified shortly after the closing date. All entries will be acknowledged by return e-mail. 
Please include your full name, age and the name of the school that you attend. You will also need to confirm that you have your parent/guardian’s permission to enter the competition, be photographed for publicity shots and named in any publicity material. 
History Writing Competition 2017 in conjunction with the Colchester Gazette, Colchester Castle and Wivenhoe Bookshop 
All entries must be received no later than 12 noon GMT December 31st, 2017; however, WW and EHP reserve the right to change this should it be deemed necessary. 
Entrants must have been aged between 11 and 18 years of age (inclusive) on 1st September 2017. 
Only one entry per person will be counted. All other entries will be made void after the first. 
The judge’s decision will be final. Winners must attend the prizegiving presentation to receive their prizes. 
1st prize is a Digital Camera (from WW and EHP) and the winner’s school will receive £100 worth of selected books (courtesy of Essex Hundred Publications), 2nd prize is an annual pass from Colchester Castle for two people (including a guided tour of the castle and a guide book), 3rd prize will be awarded a book token for £50 for them to use at Wivenhoe Bookshop, another of our sponsors. 
Prizes must be taken as stated and no cash alternatives will be offered. 
The winners will be notified by email shortly after the deadline and invited to a prize-giving event in January or February at the Gazette Office. 
The winning entries will be published in the Write Wai’s and EHP’s e-Newsletter and websites. A press release will be issued giving the winners names and schools. 
The winner will be invited to attend a prize-giving event at which photographs will be taken for publicity purposes. 
Entries or part entries may be used by the competition organisers in social media or campaigns to promote the competition. Students full names will not be used only first names (unless agreed by parents/guardians) and school attended. 
The winners details shall not be passed on to any third parties. 
No one related to, or connected with, anyone working at The Colchester Gazette, Colchester Castle, Wivenhoe Bookshop, Write Wai or EHP is permitted to enter this competition. 

Make Sure You’re Making Your Best Impression!  Well-written marketing material should be engaging, informative text, effectively expressing the unique calibre of your business’s aims, services or products.  Some business owners think they can write their own corporate content themselves. For a few this is true, but for most people it can be difficult and time consuming, especially if it is not one of your strengths. When you’ve rewritten something several times then minutes, if not hours, can fly by. When conveying confidence in your business there is an art to striking the right balance without underselling or overselling yourself.  

Quality promotional writing is carefully crafted and will focus on revealing the value of using your business’s services and products, your culture, and your mission in a few short paragraphs. The calibre of the copy about you and your business reflects the calibre of your business. If it is badly written or contains grammatical errors or mistakes, it may create a bad impression with your prospect that what you have to offer is of low calibre. 
Your current customers know that your business provides an excellent, professional service or products, but word of mouth can only go so far. At Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services, we can explain and publicise what sets your business apart in bespoke, alluring and cost-effective words to attract your target audience. 
When you need writing for your blogs, website, leaflets or social media, don’t stress, because that’s exactly why Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services is here. 
My name is Sally Anderson-Wai, and I’ve spent the last 30 years writing; firstly as a journalist and editor for regional, national and international media and more recently for marketing agencies. I worked as a Freelance Commercial Copywriter and Accounts Manager for various agencies before launching Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services, which has won several awards. Now I use these skills in my own business helping business owners tell their story. 
Every business has its own unique story that is waiting to be told, and at Write Wai, we can tell your story well. And that’s not all; if you’ve already written your piece, we can tweak it and transform it into blogs, social media and press releases that stand out, setting your business apart from the crowd. 
We provide fresh ideas, persuasive copy, effective PR and digital marketing material designed specifically for organisations to help them reach their objectives, target their audiences and win more sales. So don’t waste your precious time trying to write your own promotional material instead of doing what you do best, book the services of an expert, who will craft your copy for your marketing the Write Wai! 

7 Hot Tips For Building Your Business During The School Holidays  The school holidays are here and some business owners, who are parents, may be wondering how they are going to cope with growing their enterprises while juggling childcare. It is important to plan to get your work and life balance right, so that you can keep working on your business while giving your family some quality time together. After all, you don't want your offspring to grow up thinking you weren't there for them, do you?  As a business owner and the mother of three teenagers, I have been planning ahead for the end of term for a couple of weeks, so here are my tips for sole traders or small enterprises on how to keep up your business going while your kids are on school holidays. I have come up with a list of 7 hot tips for business owners, like me.  

1) Enjoy spending time with your family, after all your children are only young for a short while. Book a holiday, as you probably deserve one, and then block out all the days on your calendar when you will be away on holiday. 
2) Make a ‘To Do List’ to prioritise what needs doing first and set yourself targets and deadlines to keep you on track. 
3) Work out when you work best. If you are a morning person, get up early and work. If you work best in the middle of the day, ask your family to entertain themselves for a couple of hours. Tell them you will reward them later by taking them out and make sure you keep your promises or they won’t believe you next time. If you work best in the evening, ask your partner or friends or relatives to watch your kids while you work. 
4) Manage your clients’ expectations by giving them deadlines and telling them when you are aiming to have their projects completed. It’s better to do this sooner rather than later to avoid upsetting your clients if you deliver your work, service or product late. 
5) Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Ask your children’s grandparents, aunts or uncles to have them visit them for a few days or invite them visit you and take your sons and daughters on day trips. Send your teenagers camping or tell them to get a summer job or to offer to do odd jobs for friends and neighbours. 
6) Plan play days with friends for younger kids or gatherings or BBQs for teenagers (they probably won't want to hang out with you anyway!). Ask your children’s friends over to play and quite often your kids will get invited to their homes on another day. 
7) If you have younger sons and daughters you will probably need to invest in childminders and/or play schemes. You don’t have to do this for the whole of the holiday, but it might be worth it for short bursts in order to get your work done. 
If all else fails, bite the bullet and don’t work in the holidays (delegate work to people like me and Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services where possible).  
Just relax, have fun with your family and plan how best to get back on top of your business once your kids are back at school, after all, you only live once! 

Our Get Healthy Writing Competition Winners...  We’re looking for sponsors for our next competition - could you be one of them?  Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services’s third writing competition was a resounding success with the winners writing about depression, diet and cancer. We’re now looking for sponsors for our next event.  Young people aged from 11 to 16 years from around Colchester submitted entries in a bid to win the fantastic prizes in our ‘Get Healthy Writing Competition’ run by Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services, Kids Backs 4 The Future CIC and the Gazette, and a sponsor was Marathon School Supplies.  Sally Anderson-Wai of Write Wai: “In our digital age where standards of English seem to be falling, we feel it is important to encourage young people in their writing skills. As a former Health Reporter for various media before launching Write Wai, I felt a health theme would be a good topic for the competition, especially as Kids Backs 4 the Future CIC were running the competition with us this year. We are delighted with the entries from across Colchester and had a difficult job choosing the winner.”   

Lyndee Oscar, founder of Kids Backs 4 the Future CIC, said: “Millions of pounds are spent each year on patients suffering from ill health that could be prevented. Currently there a quarter of young people suffering from regular/ daily back pain. Understanding about living a healthy life, physically and emotionally is essential at a young age and should be enforced throughout schooling and beyond.”An osteopath for 25 years, Lyndee has seen a dramatic increase in younger people needing treatment for back pain, a lot of which can be prevented. 
Sally added: “Our ‘Get Healthy Writing Competition’ is a great way of starting a journalism career and we will be launching our fourth event later this year. The Gazette has agreed to publish the top three entries, so look out for it’s launch if you wish to participate.” 
The winning entry was Chloe Gregory (14) from St Helena School who wrote about depression. It included a personal account of her family’s experiences. Second place went to Jade Bethany Fleur North (13) from St Mary’s School, who discussed how a childhood love of visiting our infamous Colchester zoo resulted in a meatless diet lifestyle and the third prizewinner was Angelica Hedges (14), also from St Mary’s. Her topic highlighted cancer awareness and our local resources. 
The judges, Sally and Lyndee had a difficult job and highly commended all of the entries. 
"It was a great inspiration to get our young people thinking about, researching and writing a wide range of challenging health issues, which was very admirably. We would like to thank all of the parents who supported their kids, the Gazette and Marathon School Bag Specialist, and It was an honour to have Colchester’s Deputy Mayor, Councillor Gerard Oxford presenting the prizes,” said Lyndee. 
The Prizes included a Fit Bit gadget and £70 of vouchers sponsored by Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services and Kids Backs For The Future. Marathon School Bag Specialist sponsored the Chiro Pak Spinal Endorsed Spinal Protection Backpack and the winners enjoyed a tour of the Gazette office. Get in touch via our contacts page on this website if you would like details about our next competition or if you would like to be a sponsor. 

Happy New Year  It is Chinese New Year, so we wanted to wish you a Happy New Year and share with you 5 tips to boost your marketing 2017.  Now is a good time to refresh your marketing plans to help you focus for the rest of the year.  Know your ideal client, from what they are looking for to where they meet and which social media platforms they use, then target your marketing to meet their needs and build your brand.   

Review what worked well for you last year and once you know, repeat this tactic. For example, if you gained lots of new leads through a press release, look for something to base a new one on. 
Don’t forget to also try something new whether it is a new network, writing a Pulse article for LinkedIn, something to automate your marketing like Hootsuite ( or something to put words on your marketing pictures like Canva ( 
Write a marketing strategy, whether it is for your social media, email marketing or general marketing. You can plan for the year ahead by focusing on dates that are relevant to your business e.g. Valentine’s Day for Florists or major exhibition dates for your industry. Most importantly, stick to it! 
Look after your current clients. Did you know it costs 80% of your marketing budget to gain a new client but just 20% of designated funds to keep one? Business owners need to remember that their organisation can achieve substantial growth just by appreciating their current customers who might be willing buy extra services or products and will recommend you to others. That’s where Write Wai gets most of our work. 
So there you are. We hope these tips work for you. Don’t overburden yourself. If you can’t dedicate the time or energy to carrying these out, why not outsource to someone who can do it for you. 
We wish you all a happy and successful 2017! 

Trump Waged A War With Words!  Are you like me? Shocked that against all odds, Donald Trump has won the election to be the next president of America. The property tycoon switched his game from Monopoly to play Top Trump and Risk and it has paid off.  Now political analysts across the Globe are investigating what went wrong in Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign to allow a ranked outsider to take the prize. We can only wait to view future developments within trade, industry, politics and finance with some trepidation.  I am not a political analyst and don’t claim to be one. Look up the live opinions from top experts on your screens for a full run down of what worked and what didn’t. 

After the outcome of the Brexit referendum, some of us didn’t want to make any predictions. However as a Digital Marketer, PR and copywriter, I watched Clinton give traditional speeches full of political terminology while Trump waged a war with words and emotions directed at the working man and in plain terms that anyone could understand. While the former first lady of the United States, a practicing lawyer and a secretary of state was calm, cool and collected using professional rhetoric, Trump articulated passionately some emotions that the working class had been feeling for years.' 
While many of us teach our children to grow up to be considerate to others and to treat everyone equally, whatever their colour, creed, sex or sexual orientation, Trump touched the hearts of the older white Americans with comments that the press claimed were full of racism and misogyny, so much so that even their women wanted to vote for him. He stirred them all up and got them out in masses to vote. That is why he won. What’s done is done. 
Let’s learn lessons from his success on how to structure our marketing strategies, how we write and speak in a way that will appeal to those that we want to support us and buy from us. Get rid of any jargon, touch emotions and use the same language as those you want to address. You might then find you will be a winner too! 

Don't Forget To Enter Our Get Healthy Writing Competition 2016 Now!  If you are a budding journalist aged 11 to 16 years, we would like to invite you to send in your entry for our 'Get Healthy Writing Competition 2016.  For full details, click here! 

I'm Counting On You Because Your Vote Counts! 
As the Founder/MD of WRITE WAI PR & COPYWRITING SERVICES (my website), I've been nominated in the official 2016 R.E.E.B.A Awards by the founder Che Ann under "The Director's Choice" category for Inspirational Entrepreneur✨ 
I'd love to win this presitigious award; there is some tough competition and your vote could help me win. 
Please click on this link to vote: Vote for Sally. Only 1 Vote per person. Thank you for your support. Voting ends Saturday 17th September at 4pm. Thank you in advance! 
Why I've Been Nominated: 
In the last year, I and WRITE WAI PR & COPYWRITING SERVICES have helped raise almost £15,000 for various organisations. This includes: free PR to the charity Love Support Unite which helped them to raise £10,000 (when they were only aiming for £5,000), free PR to launch Wivenhoe Pub Church, sponsorship of two Charity Race Nights which raised £2,000 for the disabled and a hospice, helped collect £2,500 for Christian Aid and held fund raising events for Dancing Giraffe CIC, Beacon of Hope (a charity which pays for the education of war orphans in the Congo) and the British Heart Foundation.  
Previously I helped raise £80,000 for a hospice in the Midlands and £13,000 towards the cost of a borehole for a village in Kenya. I've also sold raffle tickets, made teas and done face painting at various charity events. 
I am an international blogger, a guest writer for TBN Europe and have a personal blog to encourage and uplift people called Sally’s Christian Blog (See: ). I also write blogs for businesses, ministries and marketing agencies. I write words for websites, leaflets and manage people's social media. 
I and WRITE WAI PR & COPYWRITING SERVICES also organise an annual Journalism Competition for School Children in Essex (with a partner) which is supported by the local newspaper and MP. I also ran Junior Journalism Clubs in a local primary school, I am a board member of Friends International at the University of Essex and an Ambassador for Colchester Business Enterprise (COLBEA). 
In 2015, I won a Star Award from Lift Effects, the Best Client Award for Colbea Big and was shortlisted in the national UK Trust Awards in the most trusted Business Leader and Most Trusted Media Company Categories. In June, 2016, I was awarded a Star Award again. 
Thank you for voting and for your support! 
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