Note From Your Roving Bootcamp Reporter

Dear Fellow AWAI Member,

I'm Marcella Allison, a fellow copywriter and AWAI member. For the rest of this week, I'm going to be your behind-the-scenes reporter at the FastTrack to Copywriting Success Bootcamp.

So if you missed your chance to attend this year’s sold-out event, don’t worry, I’ve got you covered! Every day, you'll get an email from me letting you know the "hot buzz" at the conference.

This Wednesday, when the best writers in the business start sharing their insider tips for writing control-beating copy, you'll get the ground-breaking details. You'll find the best techniques from the biggest names… like John Forde, Matt Furey, Paul Hollingshead, Jen Stevens, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Heather Lloyd-Martin, Mike Palmer, and Dr. Joe Vitale – just to name a few.

My pledge to you: I promise to send you at least one new control beating tip every day. One you can put to work on your current project immediately. So get ready to boost your response rates with some control kicking copy!

Wednesday morning I'll be jumping on a plane for Delray Beach. And when Michael Masterson kicks off the conference later that afternoon, I’ll be furiously taking notes for you in the back. I can’t wait to find out what new copywriting insights he has in store for us this year.

Best of luck with your copywriting adventures,

Marcella Allison
Fellow Copywriter and AWAI Member

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Published: October 8, 2007

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