An Inside Look at the
2016 Web Copy Intensive

The 2016 Web Copywriting Intensive is officially in full swing!

Last night, attendees heard from Nick Usborne, the pioneer of web copywriting, about the vast opportunities available to web copywriters in 2016 …

He said there’s never been more demand for web writers than there is now … and even if you’re just getting started today, there’s no reason you can’t jump in on the rising tide of demand.

Now, Web Intensive is my favorite time of year. I get SO excited for this event.

But during Nick’s Keynote last night — and again this morning — the energy in the air has been off the charts. Everyone is buzzing like they’ve just had a triple-shot of espresso.

And it got me thinking …

“Man, I’m SO bummed YOU couldn’t be here!”

If you could get just a taste of the incredible experience these 60 writers are going to have over the next few days …

I bet it would be life-changing.

So that’s why I came up with the next best thing …

And I recorded this special video to explain it!

To learn more about our Web Intensive lineup for the week, click here.

Or to pre-order the home study and save $1,000, go here now.

The Professional Writers’ Alliance

The Professional Writers’ Alliance

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Published: February 29, 2016

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