FREE Teleconference:
Writing for the Business-to-Business Market

Looking for a niche with loyal clients, high fees, and hardly any competition?

Then consider writing for the business-to-business (B2B) market.

Just as you’d imagine, “business-to-business” involves selling products and services to business customers rather than consumers.

And on April 7th you can learn all about it during a free teleconference.

Our special guest for this teleconference is one of the best and most experienced B-to-B copywriters in the business … Steve Slaunwhite.

Steve has over 20 years of experience in business-to-business marketing, with a client list that includes UPS, Hoover’s Business Information, Forbes, Mitsubishi, NCR, Symantec, and dozens of others. He’s also the author of Secrets of Writing High-Performance Business-to-Business Copy.

I’m hoping you’ll join us too.

To sign up for this free teleconference, “Writing for the Business-to-Business Market,” click here now!

Plenty of work, money … everything except glamour

Working in B-to-B is a vast, untapped opportunity for copywriters.

There’s plenty of work, great money, challenging assignments … everything but glamour.

(Writing a brochure about a valve or pump just isn’t very “sexy.”)

In this teleconference, you’ll learn everything you need to know to break into and make it in B-to-B copywriting including:

  • The advantages of writing for B2B companies.
  • Why B2B is such a hot opportunity for copywriters right now.
  • How much money you can make, realistically, as a business-to-business copywriter.
  • Why you don’t need to be "techy" to write for this market.
  • What qualifications you need to break into this market.
  • What types of projects you can expect to handle as a B2B copywriter.
  • What the typical fees are for these projects.
  • The difference between writing B2B copy and creating copy aimed at consumers.
  • How to find and reach potential business-to-business clients.
  • What to do if you don’t have any B2B writing samples to show potential clients.
  • What a typical "day in the life" of a B2B copywriter is like.
  • If someone is starting from scratch, what the best way is to break into this market.

There’s a lot to love about B-to-B copywriting …

Yet, for some reason, most of your competitors think business-to-business is somehow “boring” (it’s anything but) … which leaves the field wide open for you.

But, you do have to know who the clients are in these fields … how to reach them … what motivates them to hire copywriters … what they are looking for … how to please them so you get repeat assignments … and how to write effective copy for these markets.

That’s what you’ll learn when you attend this teleseminar.

You can reserve your free spot here.

Important note: Even if you can’t make the 3PM call, you can sign up for the playback calls at 8PM and 10PM ET. So register now!

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Published: April 4, 2011

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