B2B Copywriter and AWAI Member
Keeps Moving Up

We last checked in with Lane Sennett back in November. This B2B copywriter had attended the B2B Copywriting Intensive earlier in the year. And she was working on her first paid projects since going freelance after a 20-year stint in Navy and a career as an IT consultant.

Lane credits a lot of her success to the B2B Copywriting Intensive, which was a make-or-break moment. If she didn't get her questions answered at the live event, she needed to take a different direction. Luckily, things worked out.

“The Intensive gave me the confidence to know my writing was good,” says Lane.

Since then, Lane’s career has really taken off. She has repeat clients. She’s written a series of blog articles that will be turned into an e-book. And she’s just tackled her first white paper project.

“I’m working as a paid B2B copywriter, and I’m just thrilled,” says Lane.

Of course, she’s not done learning yet. She’ll be at the SEO Certification Program event with Heather Lloyd-Martin and she plans to be at AWAI’s FastTrack to Copywriting Success Bootcamp and Job Fair in Delray Beach this October.

Keep at, Lane. You’re doing great.

Check out Lane’s freelance website at: www.LaneSennett.com.

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Published: May 24, 2013

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