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Winner of “Design Our Logo” Contest Announced

Last month, the AWAI Web Division held a contest in search of a logo for AWAI’s new e-letter, Wealthy Web Writer, your free resource for learning how to effectively write online copy and market products on the web.

Today, AWAI announced that Stephen Dorsey in Henderson, Nevada, has been selected as the winner. Stephen was awarded $300 for his winning design, and will be offered more AWAI design projects in the coming months.

Stephen said, “It’s an honor to have my logo selected as the winner for Wealthy Web Writer. I enjoyed creating it, and am confident that it will create a strong visual identity for AWAI. All the best.”

Each week, Wealthy Web Writer teaches techniques for successful online marketing, identifies new revenue streams for your business, helps you find and work with new web clients, and ultimately shows you how to make money online.

Check out the winning design on the Wealthy Web Writer sign-up page …

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This is your last chance to enjoy lifetime access to every book, guide, resource, home study course, and program AWAI offers for 91% off. That’s over 100 items, valued at $40,000+. Plus you get all our future resources, no you need never pay another penny for one of our business tools.

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Published: April 1, 2009

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