Writing copy for yourself is hard. Let us do it for you!

We provide copywriting services in quite a few different ways. Whether you need a full website overhaul, a totally revamped social media page, or blog posts written for readers and SEO, Thankful Cow Solutions can write you the words of your dreams.

We write on a variety of topics, but specialise in these ones:

Health & Nutrition
Food & Recipes
Coffee
Fitness Travel
Video Games
Geek Culture
Serious Business Stuff

Get the 'WRITE' Cow for your team...

The Postmaster

£50/month
  • Price per Newsletter

Custom newsletters written in your voice. Showcase highlights from the week/fortnight/month prior, including but not limited to blog posts, courses, news about your life, Facebook lives – basically anything you want your audience to know.

The Scribe

£100/month
  • Price per Blog

Researched blog post written for readers and SEO. Posts will average 700-1000 words; longer posts can be negotiated. 

Topics of specialty include: food, coffee, drink, travel, nutrition, health, video games, wellness, exercise, marketing. 

Social Media Ally

£100/month
  • 10 images + copy per platform

Social Media Champion

£500/month
  • 60 images + copy up to 3 platforms

Custom social media graphics, copy, and curated media (as relevant) related to your business for Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn. Scheduled in the tool of your choice (Planoly, native Facebook, Buffer, Hootsuite).

The Hero

£250/month
  • 2 Blog posts
  • 1 Newsletter

The Cow King

£1000/month
  • 4 Blog posts
  • 2 Newsletters
  • 60 images + copy up to 3 platforms

Researched blog posts written for readers and SEO. Posts will range between 700-1000 words; longer posts can be negotiated. 

Blog posts will be advertised in monthly round-up newsletter written in your voice. Showcasing highlights from the week/fortnight/month prior, including but not limited to blog posts, courses, news about your life, Facebook lives – basically anything you want your audience to know. 

Want some examples? We thought so...

5 Tips For Communicating Online

We all know the importance of communication, right? It’s literally the most vital thing when you’re interacting with other people.

It doesn’t matter if you’re in a romantic relationship, friendship, or business relationship, effectively communicating is downright essential.

The bonus of these in person scenarios, though, is that you can take cues from the body language of the other person. You can also pretty much ensure you get a response to any questions you have.

On Self Care

What do you do when when you wake up and feel a little out of sorts, a bit sad, and can’t quite put your finger on it? It doesn’t happen to me often, but when it does, I try my best to shake myself out of my funk as quick as possible. I can’t keep going through my day feeling blue, especially not when I’m bringing positivity into my life!

So what to do? A little self-care is in order. Self-care is an important part of life. I find if I go too long without showing myself a little love, I can get pretty funky. Taking time to take care of yourself is important… if you don’t already do it – start now!

Here are a few of my favourite self-care routines…

Dell are at the top of the league for PC monitors

Alienware, the games technology side of Dell, released some decent hardware designs at this year’s E3. Two new gaming monitors, plus a keyboard and mouse. Not bad news for the gaming giant.

Having a computer monitor that’s as up to date with the latest technology is fantastic. It keeps your game looking crisp and makes sure you have the ultimate gaming experience by letting you see everything on screen that you’re supposed to. Just an aside – I had a low-grade monitor, and combined with a really old Alienware PC I could never see when I was standing in an Area of Effect… I died a lot.

 

Bowl Market Copenhagen

If you’re looking for some quality vegan food at reasonable prices and delicious coffee with perfectly steamed oat milk, it’s worth making the trip to Bowl Market Copenhagen. Located in Inner Vetserbro, this delightful cafe is perhaps a little bit out off the beaten track, but once you get there, with the cosy atmosphere and friendly staff, you’ll be glad you went.

The weather was against us on the day we picked to trudge over, with rain absolutely chucking it down. It was a long (we came from Amagerbro!) walk and honestly we didn’t think we were ever going to get there. But we did and were greeted by some slightly steamed up windows and a full house. Bowl Market Copenhagen is quite a small coffee shop and was busy at 1.30 on a Sunday; we were lucky to get the three stools in front of the window.