I’ve been a bit quiet on the blog posting front over the last few weeks. Put it down to a combination of loads of work (mainly website and client case study writing – love it!) and a bit of travel. I was back up in Shetland a couple of weeks ago. It was our third trip and the place just grows and grows on me – especially when the weather is as good as it was for our week there.
While I was up north, I was invited to pen another guest post for Uradale Organics – and be able to legitimately call myself a Shetland copywriter, or at least a copywriter in Shetland. It’s always a pleasure to help promote Ronnie and Sue on the croft above Scalloway – particularly so this time as they have spent the best part of the last year sorting out the mess from the massive peat slide that nearly swept the croft away just after our visit last August. If you are interested in organic beef, lamb or wool – or any aspect of the modern face of Shetland crofting – this is a fascinating blog to follow.
As you will see from the post and the rest of their blog, success (and a wee bit of fame) has come out of the post-cataclysm events. Not least because the croft was featured on BBC Countryfile when they did a Shetland special a couple of months ago. Keep up the good work at Uradale.
And by the way, if you’re reading this and you happen to be Shetland-based organisation that could use a bit of creative Web, SEO, brochure, technical or marketing copywriting…