Did You Hear The News!?

Master Web Copywriter Nick Usborne has agreed to take on 72 eager copywriters under his wing as his Web Copy Apprentices. (!!)

He’s designed an in-depth, 12-week apprenticeship that gives you the knowledge and skills you need to build a $150K+ web copywriting business …

Including an ENTIRE WEEK of training focused on how to get high-paying clients to come to YOU!

Read the exciting announcement in full, here.

This is YOUR chance to learn directly from a true master. Nick has worked with companies like Apple, Disney, AOL, The New York Times, and the U.S. Navy.

Needless to say, he’s the best of the best.

And it’s rare for Nick to do an apprenticeship like this (mainly due to the major time commitment on his part to give you personalized feedback) …

But by keeping the group small, he’ll be able to tailor this program for newbies and pros alike.

If you’re a total newbie, he’ll be able to teach you the core principles quickly so you can start taking on high-level projects.

And if you have experience, he’ll take you to the next level so you can increase your income faster.

Either way, the end result will be the skills, knowledge, and portfolio needed to build a $150K+ web copywriting business.

Go here to read the exclusive invitation Nick has prepared for you …

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Published: April 22, 2019

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