$1000 Checks “Waiting-in-the-Wings” for
2011 AWAI Bootcamp Attendees

On Friday, October 28, 2011, dozens of marketers from various industries will descend on The Delray Beach Marriott for AWAI’s annual Job Fair.

This event is quickly becoming the premiere destination for companies seeking fresh copywriting talent.

The Job Fair is part of AWAI’s FastTrack to Copywriting Success Bootcamp – where hundreds of aspiring and professional copywriters come to brush up on advice from copywriting and marketing legends like Joe Sugarman, Bob Bly, Dan Kennedy, Lorrie Morgan Ferrero and many others.

In addition, participants have the opportunity to earn back their registration fee – and more – by participating in AWAI’s Spec Challenge. This year we’re offering copywriting assignments for 5 different products – and you can participate in as many of them as you like. And because the deadline is before Bootcamp – you have the chance to walk away from this event with money in your pocket.

If your entry is selected, you’ll receive a $1,000 check on the spot at the 2011 Bootcamp and will be invited to participate in one of the company’s Peer Reviews. If, after the Peer Review, they decide to test your copy, you’ll get an additional fee to complete the letter.

The dates for the 2011 FastTrack to Copywriting Success Bootcamp & Job Fair are Oct. 26 – 29, 2011. You can find out more details here …

To secure your spot online, click here or call 1-866-879-2924 to speak to Barb, Debbie, Pat or Cameron in Member Services.

Your next $5,000-a-month retainer …

The copywriting world is going through a massive shift.

And it’s created a major and urgent opportunity for writers (this could be bigger than web writing was back in the early 2000s!).

With this skill, you could walk in to practically any business. Tell them what you do. Then walk out with a check for $5,000 for the month (and every month after that).

That’s because practically every company on earth wants “in.”

But they need your writing skills to do it.

Get the full scoop here.

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Published: August 17, 2011

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