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AWAI Names Marcella Allison as the 2018 Copywriter of the Year

Every year AWAI celebrates a copywriter who has excelled in their career and has also been active in contributing to the training of copywriters and marketers.

Health and financial copywriter — and AWAI member — Marcella Allison was named copywriter of the year for 2018.

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“I am honored to join the very talented and successful group of individuals who AWAI has named Copywriter of the Year, I’ve been privileged to work with so many leaders of the copywriting industry and have enjoyed the many strong client relationships I’ve developed over the past few decades. But I’m most proud of my mentoring, where I’ve helped others build their own copywriting skills and become successful as well.”

Marcella has written winning copy for The Motley Fool, Boardroom, Soundview, Healthy Directions, Weiss Research, Schaeffer’s Investment Research, Advanced Bionutritionals, The Money Map, Natural Health Sherpa, and others.

Marcella founded the Titanides, an organization that helps promote female entrepreneurs, marketers, and copywriters. She’s also a passionate coach to up-and-coming copywriters. Marcella is always willing to share how she has managed to secure so many controls in some of the most competitive industries.

Past winners of this award include Jedd Canty, Steve Slaunwhite, Carline Anglade-Cole, Bob Bly, Clayton Makepeace, Donna Baier Stein, Nick Usborne, Richard Armstrong, and Dan Kennedy.

Congratulations Marcella!

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Published: November 10, 2018

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