Breaking News: Bob Bly Confirms His Last-Ever Training Event

It’s official — Bob Bly’s 2015 Getting Clients Weekend will be the last one of its kind … ever!

He broke the news in his personal newsletter this week …

If you are a regular reader of these email essays, you know
that, unlike so many senior copywriters, I do not do coaching or
mentoring of freelance copywriters, and that I much prefer to
stay home, sit at my PC, and write copy for my clients …

 … this will be my swan song — the sole exception being my annual one-hour talk at AWAI’s Bootcamp. But as far as weekend, one-day, or half-day public seminars — I'm done.

To say the news saddened us at AWAI is an understatement …

Bob Bly — named “America’s Top Copywriter” by McGraw Hill, has been an influential speaker and teacher in our industry for decades.

The only good news is that today’s up-and-coming copywriters can still get in on Bob’s “Swan Song” event … one where he’s promising to deliver everything he knows about how to get clients, build your business, and find true success as a freelance copywriter.

All the details about the 2015 Getting Clients Weekend can be found here …

Including details on how to save $500 off the registration fee if you register by January 29th.

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Published: January 29, 2015

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