Your Next Project Awaits at

We have officially launched the new and improved!

If you aren’t yet familiar, is AWAI’s Job Board, connecting copywriters and designers with the marketers who need them. AWAI-trained writers and designers can search listings of current direct-response projects available and offer their own services. Marketers, in turn, can rely on this readily available forum to locate well-trained, highly skilled copywriters and graphic designers.

It’s hands down your best resource for finding full-time and freelance writing and design opportunities.

If you’ve used before, you already know what a useful tool it is. And now it’s even easier to use…

We recently put it through a much needed overhaul to add some new features, as well as integrate it with myAWAI – AWAI’s convenient login tool for many of its websites.

With the new site, you’re now able to:

  • Login using your myAWAI username and password
  • Apply instantly to jobs online
  • Build and post multiple resumes (you can have one for every niche!)
  • Keep track of job applications
  • Receive notices when new jobs become available

Go to and check it out today.

And stay tuned for my “best practices” article, where I’ll show you the best and easiest ways to get the most out of

The Professional Writers’ Alliance

The Professional Writers’ Alliance

At last, a professional organization that caters to the needs of direct-response industry writers. Find out how membership can change the course of your career. Learn More »

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Published: October 29, 2007

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