Who’s Tom Nash? Keep reading or click About on the bar above to find out…
Tom Nash is a trained writer who ‘looks a bit like Charlie off Lost’ and provides copywriting, proofreading and editing services at reasonable and often negotiable rates.
A self-employed writer and digital marketing professional, when he’s not constructing pithy and hard-hitting copy, Tom also writes fiction and non-fiction, reviews new music for Music Liberation and maintains a humorous blog where he makes cynical observations on life in twenty-first century Britain.
In a world of misleading language and overt sales patter, finding a copywriter that is willing to shun the cliches and condescending tone usually associated with business copy can be difficult.
Hailing from Croydon in South London (or Surrey if you’ve got a house to sell), trained in Falmouth, Cornwall and now residing just outside Bristol, Tom Nash is an exciting new freelance writer that brings his knowledge of writing, English language, business copy and how it feels as a consumer to be patronised by faceless organisations together to create meaningful and credible copy that does not talk down to the intended audience.
With qualifications in English Language and Literature, Creative and Professional Writing, training in SEO and PPC, extensive knowledge of various social media and experience of working in both the public and private sectors, Tom is well placed to produce all kinds of writing, from business copy- everything from creating backlinks for off-page SEO, press releases and news pieces, for example- to ghost writing, opinion pieces, blogging and more. Whether you want original content created for your website, are looking to improve your company’s ranking on Google, need your existing copy tightened up and targeted to a specific audience or you have a great idea for a story but can never find the time to write it, Tom’s mix of academic and on-the-job training allows him to consider each task on an individual basis from both the point of view of a professional copywriter/author and that of a consumer.
Words are powerful- the right choice of language can have more impact than a cheap gimmick or lame pun. Tom prides himself on cutting through the jargon to select the key words and phrases that turn a merely functioning piece of copy into one that lives and breathes.