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The Daily Habit that Makes You a Better Writer

We’ve always said that the quickest way to improve your writing skills is to write every day.

Adopt this simple daily habit and you’ll learn how to overcome “writer’s block,” feel more comfortable at the keyboard every time you sit down, and build confidence in your abilities.

And simply put, you’ll become a better writer, day by day.

Many AWAI members ask what exactly they should write about.

So we’ve invited a group of working copywriters and AWAI experts to contribute writing prompts to jumpstart your daily writing habit.

We call it the Write Now! Persuasive Writing Prompts series.

Each Wednesday we’ll post a new writing prompt for you to use throughout the week.

It’s a fun way to practice your writing. No pressure. Just let the words flow – there are no wrong ways to do this.

Here’s the first one, from our Copy Chief Sandy Franks.

It’ll only take 15 minutes, but you’ll discover a way to inject irresistible benefits in your copy.

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Published: February 17, 2017

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