Congratulations …
Freelance Copywriter and Marketing Consultant Cheryl Malcham Is the Latest Addition to AWAI’s “Wall of Fame”

Cheryl Malcham landed her first job just two days after returning from Bootcamp last year. She received a call from one of the Job Fair marketers, asking her to write a spec for one of his nutritional products. He loved the copy and hired Cheryl to finish the sales letter.

Today Cheryl says …

“The ability to pay my bills no longer worries me, even in these rough times. I know I can always market my skills to an endless list of potential clients and keep enough copywriting projects rolling in.

That feeling of security allows me to take the time to enjoy family and friends.”

Cheryl’s favorite niche to write for is alternative health and nutrition.

Read Cheryl’s profile and others on the “Wall of Fame” and get inspired today!

We want to hear from you. If you think you’re ready to join AWAI’s “Wall of Fame,” submit your story today.

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Not only will you experience what it’s like to write for a real client — you’ll learn what to do at every stage of the writing process … plus you’ll get live personal feedback on your writing.

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Published: November 20, 2008

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