How to Create Samples for
Starting a Freelance Writing Career:
Free Webinar and Q&A

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No copywriting samples? No problem!

Clients often ask you to send over writing samples to evaluate your writing ability.

Join me, along with AWAI’s Katie Yeakle and Pam Foster, at 1:00 pm ET on Friday, July 13th for the free Inside AWAI webinar, How to Create a Winning Portfolio of Writing Samples, where we’ll show you how to wow them with a portfolio of professional samples that prove you have what it takes … even if you’re just starting a freelance writing career and you’ve never worked with a single client!

We’ll also open up the lines for a Q&A with you and your fellow listeners.

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.

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Published: July 7, 2018

2 Responses to “How to Create Samples for Starting a Freelance Writing Career: Free Webinar and Q&A”

  1. Why do you have seminars on afternoons when we work jobs to support us until we can change to full-time writers?


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