Free Webinar and Q&A: Inside the B2B Copywriting Opportunity – A Writing Niche with Loyal Clients, High Fees, and Very Little Competition

Loyal clients, fast entry, and professional fees …

These are just some of the reasons I would choose B2B as my path if I were just starting out as a writer.

And during a FREE Inside AWAI live webinar and Q&A on Friday, October 7th at 3 p.m. ET, Katie Yeakle and I, along with special guest Steve Slaunwhite, will take you inside the B2B copywriting opportunity to talk about:

  • Who and where the clients are …
  • What the writing assignments look like …
  • How much you can expect to make …
  • How to get started with B2B jobs …
  • How fast you can expect to have a healthy writing income …
  • And a whole lot more!

We’ll also open up the lines for a Q&A to answer questions from you and your fellow listeners about getting started with B2B copywriting, as well as anything else you want to know about becoming a well-paid writer.

Sign up here to join us.

Again, this is a FREE event.

Even if you’re not quite ready to start making money as a writer, and just want a better understanding of the different paths that lead to the writer’s life, you’re welcome to join us. Sign up here.

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Published: October 1, 2016

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