“Writing for the Web” – A Brand-New FREE Service From AWAI’s Web Division
AWAI’s Web Division introduced today a brand-new service – a free weekly e-letter on “Writing for the Web.”
Every week AWAI receives hundreds of emails from members, and recently a noticeable trend has emerged.
According to Rebecca Matter, AWAI’s VP and Director of Web Marketing, “Our members want to know just how big the opportunity is for web copywriters. They want to know what makes web copy so different … how to write it effectively … if there are truly any inside secrets to success … what’s working (or failing!) on the web … how to specialize in this area … and ultimately how to make the most money possible – either writing web copy for clients, or writing it for their own websites.”
Writing for the web is a “must” in today’s business climate. More businesses are going online to reach a larger marketplace. And, year after year, companies continue to increase their online ad spending.
Bottom line: Web marketing is BIG, and it’s only getting bigger.
In fact, online advertising spending is projected to increase to $32.5 billion in the next year alone.
Each week, AWAI will work together with a Web Advisory Board of industry experts to help you claim your piece of that money and remain competitive in this constantly changing medium. “Writing for the Web” will give you the tools, tips and techniques for:
- Writing effective web copy that converts visitors into cash
- Identifying new revenue streams for your web copy business
- Finding and working with high-paying web clients
- Making more money online than you ever thought possible
- And much more …
If you would like to receive “Writing for the Web,” you will need to register by clicking here.
UPDATE: AWAI's brand-new web service now has an official name …
Wealthy Web Writer! See details …
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