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4 Tips for Breaking into B2B Copywriting

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B2B copywriting is one of the best-paying niches with the strongest demand for skilled writers.

In fact, a recently-released report from the Content Marketing Institute found that one in five companies is struggling to find skilled B2B writers.

With roughly 5.7 million B2B firms in the U.S., this means over one million companies are having difficulty meeting all of their copy and content requirements.

There is no better time than right now to become a highly trained and highly paid B2B copywriter.

That’s why today, top marketing consultant and copywriter Steve Slaunwhite is here with 4 tips on how you can break into the wonderful world of B2B copywriting. Watch below!

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Want to learn more about B2B copywriting? You could be one of 75 lucky writers selected to work with Steve Slaunwhite. In just 12 weeks, he’ll teach you how to write copy for 14 of the most in-demand projects. You’ll get personal feedback on your work, and have a sample portfolio to show clients.

Click here to learn more and claim your spot.

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Published: August 1, 2018

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