Access Nick Usborne’s Popular Program,
Profitable Freelancing -FREE!

AWAI announced some big news today …

As soon as you claim your seat at the How to Love Marketing Your Freelance Business virtual workshop, you’ll receive (at no extra charge to you) access to Nick Usborne’s popular and powerful business-building program, Profitable Freelancing: The Definitive Guide to Earning More Money as a Freelancer.

Regularly, you’d have to pay $297 to get a copy of this program. You’ll get it absolutely FREE once you register!

Nick’s virtual workshop will help you market and promote yourself.

And then Profitable Freelancing will show you how to increase your income — month after month, year after year — without working any harder.

Talk about a one-two punch!

So what ARE you waiting for?!

Join Nick for four evenings in April and transform your freelancing career … sign up now.

Or if you’d like to learn more, click here.

Note: Thursday, March 29th 2012 is the last day to register for the virtual workshop and receive free access to Profitable Freelancing.

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Published: March 28, 2012

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