April 2010

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Job Opportunities … Investment Newsletter Publisher Looking to Hire Two to Three Copywriters

Investment newsletter publisher is looking to hire 2-3 future star copywriters.

AWAI Writing Challenge: Tell Me About a Speaker Who Motivated You

Your Challenge: Write an essay about a speaker who motivated you, and a decision or action you took as a result.

AWAI Writing Challenge Winning Entry: My Best Road Trip Ever

Kudos to Carol Montgomery, AWAI’s latest Writing Challenge winner. Carol, a former backup singer, joins her son for SRO concert dates in Scotland.

AWAI Writing Challenge Honorable Mention: My Unintentional Best Road Trip Ever

Dayton Ault’s best road trip began with a car wreck … and ended up being an excursion through time in the badlands of Nevada.

AWAI Writing Challenge Honorable Mention: “Alaska, man! Let’s Go” … Bob Bois’s First Road Trip

Join Bob Bois and two buddies as they travel from Texas to Alaska … driving by day, singing by night.

The Recent "Bad" News That's Sure To Bring You More B2B Clients

Pete Savage shares how B2B writers can turn the slow economic recovery to their advantage, and as a result get more clients and bigger projects.

How to Easily Increase Your Income by 30% By Doing More than Just Writing Copy

Find out how you an increase your income by putting yourself in a more valuable position with your clients and manage their entire web project.

Copywriting Master Mark Everett Johnson to Speak at AWAI 2010 Bootcamp

Mark Everett Johnson will be joining marketing and copywriting greats Ted Nicholas, Bill Bonner, Bob Bly, Michael Masterson, Herschell Gordon Lewis, and more at 2010 FastTrack to Copywriting Success Bootcamp.

Be Relentless in Pursuit of Your Dreams

Robert Ringer explains the principle of self-discipline and how it helped him become a successful bestselling author.

Nothing Else Matters …

Guillermo Rubio explains that getting in front of clients is a top priority for copywriters. Learn what you can do to get in front of clients quickly.

Wealthy Web Writer Bartering Challenge

Use bartering to land a new client and you could win a copy of Nick Usborne’s Copywriting 2.0 all by entering Wealthy Web Writer’s Reality Blog Challenge.

Barter Your Way to New Clients and Valuable Payoffs

Mindy Tyson McHorse shows you an effective technique she uses to land new clients that is perfect if you’re just starting out and don’t have any samples.

How to Become the “Local Expert” Earning $100 Per Hour

Lynn Wiley explains how she bridged the gap until fully living the writer’s life by starting a resume writing business.

7 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Go Freelance

If you’re seriously thinking of launching a solo career, Ed Gandia suggests asking yourself these 7 important questions. You’ll not only save yourself time and headaches, you’ll also dramatically increase your chances of success.

Job Opportunities for Copywriters and Graphic Designers

Saks Fifth Avenue, The Boy Scouts of America, PopCap Games are among the big name organizations currently looking for copywriters and graphic designers.

Legendary Copywriter and Marketer Ted Nicholas Will Be Making His First-Ever Appearance at Bootcamp 2010

Ted Nicholas, known as the “Father of Emotional Direct Response” is coming to Bootcamp 2010. Ted has generated over $5.9 billion in sales in his career.

How to Get Ushered into Your Client's Inner Sanctum of Trust on Your Very First Project

There are a lot of things that go into building a successful copywriting business. Pete Savage explains the most important one; the one he calls the "holy grail" of freelancing, and how to achieve it.

Wealthy Web Writer: Two HUGE Additions!

Wealthy Web Writer announces an exclusive job board for platinum members and a step-by-step roadmap for becoming a successful web writer.

Practice Your Writing Every Day and Get Paid for It

Rebecca Matter explains how easy it is to generate income by writing about something you are passionate about and creating your own money-making website

Where’s the Ladder?

Dan Kennedy explains that everybody’s earning capacity begins with the first paid gig. Far more important than the “Before” of that is the “After”; how you position and present yourself, progress to better clients and opportunities, get well-paid for value provided; and develop a real business.

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