Sun, Sand, Sharks and Stingrays: Diving in the Maldives Blogs for Dive Butler

At World Words, we’re often asked to write travel blogs for our clients. It’s no surprise, really, as blog content is the ideal way for a travel brand to communicate its unique personality and tone of voice, position itself as an expert in its field and make it appear more friendly and accessible to its clients. It can also boost a brand’s SEO, improving its search rankings and directing more potential customers to the website. Luckily, when it comes to blog writing, there’s nobody with quite as much travel blog content experience and on-the-ground expertise as World Words.

At the end of 2017, we were approached by luxury scuba diving specialists Dive Butler to write a series of (feature length) blog articles for their website. So, in the last seven months, we have written a series of article about scuba diving everywhere from French Polynesia to South Africa. But, most of all, we have found ourselves writing about the extraordinarily rich and diverse waters around the Maldives – without doubt, one of the world’s top dive sites.

Scroll on down to read snippets from five of our articles about dive spots in the Maldives. Then pack your bags…

italy-1804893_1280 Continue reading

A Warm Welcome to the World Words Team – Melissa, Staff Content Writer

This week, we are delighted to announce the arrival of our newest member of the World Words team – Melissa.

Melissa will be joining our Edinburgh office as a staff travel content writer, so you can expect to hear a whole lot more from her here on the World Words site, whether it’s writing on the blog or contributing to our client projects.

Let’s find out a little more about her…

Continue reading

Battle of the Sexes: Are Women Better Writers Than Men?

The good folks over at Grammarly, an automated grammar checker and grammar coach, have been trying to find the answer to an age-old question: When it comes to writing chops, which sex has the upper hand?

They polled 3,000 men and women to find out which writing traits were associated with which gender and the answers can be found in this infographic below.

dowomen

Continue reading