Around 50% of Richard's work is from online copywriting and blogging. Here are some examples of the work he has done.
Try My EV
Richard recently started blogging for Try My EV, keeping readers abreast of the news in renewable energy and electric vehicles news around the world. Have a look at his appreciation of Tesla getting a bit stretched financially here.
Gateway Container Sales
Richard has been writing for Gateway Container Sales, out of Brisbane Australia since Christmas 2016. He puts out four blogs a month, one of which is 2000 words long, looking at the various uses of repurposed shipping containers.
See an example of his long form blogs where he looks at the future of the unmanned supply chain here.
See one of his shorter pieces, this time on low water use beer breweries, here.
Richard writes four news stories a day for the e-commerce logistics analysts Apex Insight based in London.
Richard has been posting blogs on the website, run by a London law firm, since 2014. This looks at the world of cycling in and around London, including cycle routes, local legislation and of course the fun side of cycling. Here is a piece where he shows how the Cabinet Secretary for Transport Chris Grayling said that 'cyclists are not road users'...
Richard did an extensive rewrite of much of the medium sized Greek yacht charter company's English website over the winter months of 2016-17.
He developed a sail training course that you can see here.
He published several blogs for the site, including one on buying a secondhand boat.
Richard wrote most of the sales copy for the top end beach catamaran sales website. See an example, written about the Nacra 17 Olympic class foiling catamaran here.
The Boating Hub
Richard had a close relationship with the Boating Hub for two years, writing weekly blogs on sail training as well as the FAQs pages linked to the sailing schools around the world linked to the site. See an example of one of his blogs, this one about the Cheeki Rafiki sailing school accident.
People Per Hour
Richard has a great success rate making sales through the freelancing website People Per Hour. Through this forum he has written on subjects as diverse as the America's Cup, disabilities issues, and even a builder's website or two! Click here to see his profile and the feedback he has received from happy clients...
Richard began his commercial copywriting with the online copy agency Ninja Creative in 2012 and worked with them for two years until they were sold on to American owners. He wrote on subjects ranging from Stannah Stairlifts, to e-cigarettes, to high finance.