January 2014

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Commit to Continued Action – Your Life Is Now

Commit to continued forward progress by uncovering your core emotions and using them to drive you toward a writer’s life.

How to Tap Into AWAI’s Culture of Shared Success

The AWAI family is a great support system for new and advanced copywriters. Share your experiences and advice with other members and learn from those around you.

Review and Refresh – Your Life Is Now

No matter what you do for a living, your skills can become stale if you don’t refresh them regularly. Take time this week to review one of your programs.

Look Inside the 2014 Web Copywriting Intensive Agenda

Check out the 2014 Web Copywriting Intensive agenda and see for yourself why this will be our best Web Intensive ever.

Promote Yourself – Your Life Is Now

Every now and then we have to toot our own horns so our prospects and clients know just how we can help them. If we don’t, they won’t know.

Five Strategies to Improve Your Sales Writing

Develop and implement these few key strategies from Jen Philips April and you’ll put yourself on the path to bigger paying projects and more consistent income.

Follow up with Clients – Your Life Is Now

After you submit a spec to a marketer don’t just sit back and wait for them to give you an assignment. Always follow up with them – until they tell you to stop.

Web Writers Wanted: Paid Web Writing Assignments Available

Rebecca Matter is giving this year's Web Copywriting Intensive attendee's the deal of a lifetime. Read on to get the details and take advantage of this amazing opportunity!

Submit a Spec Assignment – Your Life Is Now

Take action every day to make yourself more successful. The first step is to submit a spec. It’s a win-win no matter what the outcome is.

How "Structural Priming" Will Make You a Better Copywriter

Structural priming is an effective method of priming your brain for copywriting. Copying effective sales letters over and over again will help build muscle memory.

Leapfrog Over Years of Trial and Error …

It’s not always necessary to “reinvent the wheel.” There are tons of writers who have been successful before you. Learn from their successes and failures.

Get More Done in Less Time …

Here are some tips to help you save time. Create templates, checklists, and questionnaires for tasks you know will be repeated. That way you have a resource you can easily refer back to.

A Unique Opportunity to Learn EVERYTHING You’ll Need to Launch a Successful Web-Writing Business – and Get Paid While You Do It!

Rebecca Matter has a unique opportunity to learn everything you’ll need to launch a successful web-writing business – and be paid while you do it.

Is Your Task List Realistic?

Build a focus list of the most important things you want to finish. If you have other things you want to accomplish, put them on another list and come back to them later.

Social Bookmarking – A Social Media Marketing Mystery Solved

Janice Sakata-Schultze guides you in using social bookmarking sites to increase your online marketing reach.

How to Avoid Information Overload

You may feel overwhelmed with all the new information you can learn, but don’t worry because you don’t need to know everything. Start by specializing in something and be yourself.

Live Your Passion Without Stress

If you’re unsure how to advance your writing career ... uncertain of the best way to approach a client … or stuck on a new project … don’t stress. Find someone to talk to.

10 Ways to Boost Your Creativity and Crank Out Killer Copy

As a writer it’s essential that you don’t let stress and repetition get in the way of your creativity. These 10 tips should help you boost creativity every day.

Live: The Barefoot Writer January Issue

Ready for a shot of motivation so you can get pumped-up and excited about the New Year? The Barefoot Writer is here to make sure that feeling doesn’t go to waste!

There's Greater Power on the Flip Side

Understand that you won’t be perfect, and you’re going to have to “put yourself out there” to progress in your writing career. But do it anyway.

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