Successful Careers in Writing: Free Webinar and Q&A

Discover the many different ways you can thrive as a professional copywriter.

There’s a common misconception that in order to make a great living as a writer you have to become a full-time freelancer.

But the reality is it’s only one of the many ways!

Join me, along with AWAI’s Katie Yeakle, Pam Foster, and some of AWAI’s successful copywriters at 1:00 pm ET on Friday, June 22nd for a free Inside AWAI webinar where we’ll look at a variety of ways you can thrive as a professional copywriter.

You’ll get the chance to meet professional, well-paid copywriters who each define the writer’s life in completely different ways. And you’ll discover possibilities you may not know about, so you can decide what fits you the best!

We’ll also open up the lines for a Q&A, so you and your fellow listeners can ask questions about these different options.

Sign up here to join us for FREE.

Note: Even if you can’t make the live event, I encourage you to sign up anyway. You’ll get access to the recording and slides afterwards.

Make Money Writing “Collateral” Now

$150 for a 15-word ad? $500 for a 3-minute video script? $800 for a quick content piece?

Yes, Yes, and YES!

If you can master the in-demand skill of “collateral content,” you can start making money as a writer NOW.

Badges — with its online training and feedback on your writing — shows you how.

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Published: June 16, 2018

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