Video Interview:
Gordon Graham Reveals Why White Papers Are Vital to Both New and Established B2B Copywriters

PortraitAWAI announced today that one of THE BEST white paper writers in the industry, Gordon Graham will speak at their first ever B2B Copywriting Intensive workshop, taking place June 25-28, 2012 in Denver, Colorado.

Gordon is the go-to white paper writer for large Fortune 500 companies like Google, Rackspace, Oracle, and many others.

Gordon is not only one of THE BEST white paper writers in the industry — he’s also the best at showing other copywriters how to do what he does.

During a recent interview with Steve Slaunwhite, Gordon Graham revealed why writing white papers is so important these days for B2B copywriters – for both those that want to get into the business and those that are established.

Including the reasons why B2B copywriters NEED to understand white-papers even if you don’t necessarily want to write them. Gordon also shared what he’ll be teaching at the B2B Copywriting Intensive – including the 6 hands-on training exercises attendees will practice writing 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 Gordon Graham on successfully launching and growing your B2B copywriting business.

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Published: May 11, 2012

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