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apostrophe copywriters

Who are these people?

Hello there.

We’re super excited to have you with us. Thanks to the power of Chinese whispers – or the Internet oracle named Google – you’ve probably heard a little bit about Apostrophe already. But let us indulge in a formal introduction anyway.

We’re Melbourne’s first copywriting collective.

A group of award-winning, freelance copywriters that collaborate with almost anyone. Design agencies. Digital agencies. Brand managers. And even like-minded start-ups that are defining their own categories.

Every one of us has worked on top global brands, at some of the world’s top advertising agencies. We’ve won awards – both here and overseas. And since we all have a background in creative, our ideas are as clever as our words.

So if you – like so many of our local and international clients – are gung-ho enough to adopt an unconventional way of working, give us a call.

How we're different

Any copywriter can write content for websites, letters, and brochures. But an Apostrophe copywriter brings a little something extra to the table.

That is, lateral thinking.

It allows us to write more engaging, meaningful copy; create insightful, behaviour-changing concepts for campaigns; and approach social media in a strategic, innovative way.

Take a look at the Venn diagram below. We think you’ll find it shows we can do more than fill a block of text. We can solve a problem.

Frank conversations that keep people talking. Engaging digital that wins fans from all over the world. Award-winning campaigns that move product off shelves.

Writers

Meet the family.

Words work in so many ways - in magazines and brochures, on billboards, in scripts, and even on websites and social media. So it’s a good thing we have writers who specialise in each.

Take a look below for a brief bio on the clever little Apostrophes that make up our collective.

helvetica

type:

helvetica

adaptable, timeless, reliable.

univers

type:

univers

adaptable, award-winning, creative.

hellraiser

type:

hellraiser

rebellious, fearless, fascinating.

rockwell bold

type:

rockwell bold

results-driven, award-winning, media-neutral.

rockwell

type:

rockwell

relatable, concise, always conversational.

arial narrow

type:

arial narrow

clever, curious, often seen in editorial.

futura light

type:

futura light

modern, well-rounded, skinny.

Clients

You’re in good company.

So you’d like to know who we’ve written for? Not surprising.
Here’s a list we prepared earlier.

The A to Z of who we’ve written for...

A is for ADIDAS
B is for banks like ANZ, NAB and Bankmecu
C is for Cadbury
D is for Doc Martins
E is for Electric tools by Bosch
F is for Fosters Group
G is for Garnier
H is for Heinz
I is for iSelect
J is for Japanese Anti-Ageing by Proplenish
K is for Kiddie Snacks from SPC
L is for Lucky you're with AAMI
M is for Mini
N is for Nine Elms Property, London
O is for Operational Network, by Motorola
P is for Peroni
Q is for Queensland's fun parks
R is for Reach Foundation
S is for Salvidor Dali's favorite lolly, Chupa Chup
T is for Telstra
U is for University of Melbourne
V is for Very clean clothes by Radiant
W is for White Pages
X is for .. we don't like to talk about Xs
Y is for Yellow Pages
Z is for Melbourne Zoo
Apostrophe Copywriters

Contact

Let’s talk.

If you’d like to know more about what we do - or you’d just like to see a bit of our office over Skype - get in touch for a chitchat.

Call

Call

03 9079 0455

Visit

Mail

P.O. Box 1381
Fitzroy North,
VIC, 3068,
Australia.

Nest Coworking, Thornbury

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Questionnaire

Q.

A.

___________ not rocket science.

Select one a) its b) it’s

Nothing? Really? You’d be a pro at meditation.

While you’re busy omming, let us take care of your social media.

a) Well aren’t you just the most adorable black hole of need. Lucky, we’re here to help.

b) A + for you. This could be the start of a beautiful friendship.

How would you describe your business in ten words or less?

Stumped huh? That’s ok. You’re better than the last chap who logged on. He just started typing away and it really made no sense.

Either way, we can help you out.

Hold it there cowboy.

98 and three quarter percent of people1 who had a go at this started the same way. Luckily we can help you stand out from the crowd.

1. , Dr. Suess, 2003, Oh, the places you’ll go, HarperCollinsPublishers Ltd.

shit cray.

Sorry, we couldn’t help ourselves.

What can we say? It’s one of our favourite songs. <link>

Warning MA 15+

Don’t worry. Even that kind of industry can sound eloquent if you let us write about it.

Houston, we have a problem. This person can’t count to ten.

Just kidding.

Being succinct isn’t as easy as it looks. Lucky we’re here to help.

Perhaps you should talk us through the brief instead.

Either way, you may enter young Padawan.

What’s on your mind?

Nothing? Really? You’d be a pro at meditation.

While you’re busy omming, let us take care of your social media.

Woah mama. It’s like we share a brain.

Just think what we could achieve together. Oh wait, you probably are.

Bow-chicka-wow-wow.

Dan Dan Welcooooommmee.

You kiss your mother with that mouth?

Better hope she hasn’t joined your Facebook fan page.

Luckily we’re here to help your business earn more “likes” on social media (and keep it clean in the process).

That’s nice.

But would 15,000 Facebook fans give a rat’s patootie?

Luckily we’re here to help your business earn more “likes” on social media.

We’re ___________ for our big ideas.

Select one a) reknown b) reknowned c) renowned

Nothing? Really? You’d be a pro at meditation.

While you’re busy omming, let us take care of your social media.

a) Go to Apostrophe.

Go directly to Apostrophe.

Do not pass café. Do not collect double ristretto.

We’ll talk copy when you get here.

b) Bah-bow. That silent k’s a bitch.

Not to worry, that’s what we’re here for.

b) Two gold stars.

You’d be The Brain in Pinky and The Brain.

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