FREE Teleconference:
How To Earn $125 – $300 an HOUR
By Helping Companies Tell Their Stories

A number of economic and technological forces are converging to make 2012 the biggest year EVER for B2B case studies.

These factors explain why case studies (also known as success stories) are now the 3rd most-used marketing tactic among B2B marketers. That's according to a 2011 study conducted by MarketingProfs and the Content Marketing Institute.

And the popularity of case studies is showing no signs of easing. In fact, all signs point to continually growing demand.

Yet many B2B companies are struggling to keep up. Most of them are working with understaffed marketing departments. So they're increasingly turning to outside resources to fill the gap.

This spells opportunity for copywriters who know how to market their case study services effectively … tackle these projects efficiently … and deliver quality work every time.

During a FREE one-hour teleconference Tuesday, April 10th, noted B2B copywriting expert Ed Gandia will teach you everything you need to know about getting started in this fun, profitable and in-demand niche within B2B.

In this nuts-and-bolts session, Ed will explain why case studies will hit a major tipping point in 2012 — and how you can earn $125 – $300 per hour every time you write one.

He'll even reveal his 4-step formula for landing profitable case study projects. And he'll show you a template you can use immediately to write powerful case studies faster.

Register now or learn more.

I'll be there – and I hope you will too!

Important Note: If you can’t make the 12pm ET call, you an sign-up for the playback calls at 8pm and 10pm Eastern Time. So grab your seat today!

Writing Case Studies

Writing Case Studies: How to Make a Great Living by Helping Clients Tell Their Stories

Businesses are willing to pay writers up to $2,000 to write case studies. Find out how you can tap into this market and earn $200 – $300 PER HOUR for every project you take on. Learn More »


Click to Rate:
No ratings yet
Published: April 9, 2012

Guest, Add a Comment
Please Note: Your comments will be seen by all visitors.

You are commenting as a guest. If you’re an AWAI Member, Login to myAWAI for easier commenting, email alerts, and more!

(If you don’t yet have an AWAI Member account, you can create one for free.)


This name will appear next to your comment.


Your email is required but will not be displayed.


Text only. Your comment may be trimmed if it exceeds 500 characters.

Type the Shadowed Word
Too hard to read? See a new image | Listen to the letters


Hint: The letters above appear as shadows and spell a real word. If you have trouble reading it, you can use the links to view a new image or listen to the letters being spoken.

(*all fields required)