Announcing …
The Winner of the Spread the Word Give-Away

AWAI is excited to announce the winner of the Spread the Word Give-Away.

Twitter user @LuckyCat7 is the winner of the $250 AMEX Gift Card – Congratulations!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Spread the Word Give-Away.

For those of you interested in working at home opportunities, there is still time to get signed up for the FREE Virtual Work-at-Home Career Summit being held tomorrow at 12PM ET.

Speakers will include Social Media Expert, Nick Usborne, Information Publisher, Gary Scott and many more. During this virtual event you’ll learn about 8 legitimate work-at-home opportunities from skilled professionals who are successfully living the dream.

Make sure to grab your seat today!

Work with the AWAI Team on a Real Writing Project!

“Simulated Training” is AWAI’s newest interactive learning where you get to work directly with AWAI’s copy chief on a real writing project.

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.

And right now, we’re offering a limited number of spots FREE to members of our highest level of learning.

Go here now for full details …

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Published: February 18, 2011

2 Responses to “Announcing … The Winner of the Spread the Word Give-Away”

  1. Congtats to LuckyCat7! The good news for me is I now have both a LinkedIn and Twitter account!

    BrendaFebruary 19, 2011 at 7:44 pm

  2. Congradulations, great job.

    wvcopywriterFebruary 23, 2011 at 6:38 pm

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