Audio Interview:
Bob Bly Shares 3 Key Things All B2B Copywriters Must Have BEFORE Attracting Clients

PortraitWhile Bob Bly is widely known as a control-beating direct response copywriter and Internet marketing specialist, Bob’s been in the world of Business-to-Business, high-tech, industrial, and direct marketing for over 25 years. He’s written copy for some of the biggest companies in the world, including IBM, Network Solutions, Intuit, and Forbes.

What’s more, he’s consistently earned well over $500,000 year after year writing for the B2B and direct-marketing industries.

Bob became — and has remained — a consistently high-earner because he is the undisputed master of getting clients and business-building.

During a recent interview with Steve Slaunwhite, Bob Bly revealed some getting clients tips and strategies for B2B copywriters including the 3 key things B2B copywriters MUST have in place before attracting good clients.

He also exposed what attendees can expect to learn and take-away from his presentation – including the hands on exercises they’ll be working on at the live event.

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And then learn how you can be one of the 50 B2B copywriters to work directly with Bob Bly on successfully launching and growing your B2B copywriting business.

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Published: May 9, 2012

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