Tom owns TR Words, providing ‘The Right Words’ for businesses and other clients. He specialises in the wedding industry, where he has written everything from speeches to poems to original songs for wedding couples over the last 10 years. For wedding industry suppliers, he offers copywriting, blog content, original interviews, social media captions, website words and marketing material consultations, all of which elevate a company’s web presence and enable it to shine online.
As a business owner, you know your product inside-out, but you might be ‘too close’ to your work to be able to view it objectively. Perhaps you have stunning imagery, but words are not your strong suit. Maybe you don’t have the time to create content, or the skills. Maybe you just can’t be bothered.
TR Words creates original, engaging and informative copy that will help you to promote yourself effectively. This leads to more quality enquiries, and increased bookings. A well-worded business creates exactly the right impression; with so many customers carrying out their research from the comfort of their own home on a laptop, there has never been a better time to boost your brand.
Here are some blog examples that have helped to establish Tom Ryder Weddings as a content-rich site:
Life behind the lens: The ultimate guide to wedding photography from camera extraordinaire Tom Halliday
Are you choosing a wedding ring? Make sure you read this first…
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Having studied English at Durham University, Tom went on to work as a journalist for more than a decade, including spells at The Daily Voice (Cape Town), The Mirror, Sky, GQ, FHM, The Times Saturday Magazine, The Bishop’s Stortford Independent and B2B private jet title Business Air News. He continues to write a weekly column about mental wellbeing for the Stortford Indie.
In August 2019, Tom appeared on the Victoria Derbyshire show on BBC2, discussing the topic of male mental health at university.
In April 2021, his writing was published in Jonny Benjamin’s anthology The Book Of Hope.