Three Winners Announced for The Writer’s Life Writing Contest to Rewrite the Content for a Website Intro Section

Exciting news! It’s time to announce the three winners of a $200 prize for the recent The Writer’s Life contest to rewrite the content for a website intro section.

Everyone did such a great job, it was a real challenge to narrow it down from almost 200 submissions to three finalists.

We want to offer a round of applause to everyone who submitted an entry. Good job — and be sure to add your work to your portfolio.

The challenge was to rewrite the homepage of a fictional chiropractic practice, providing updated content for five key sections of the website intro.

Readers were given a copywriting brief like you’d receive from a real client.

Now, without further ado, here’s Pam Foster, AWAI’s Director of Training, with a short video to reveal the names of the three members who will be receiving $200 prizes from AWAI.

She also shares their winning submissions and some brief feedback on why their copy worked so well …

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Learning what it takes to help clients with their websites and identify gaps in their copy sets you up as a consultant who can advise them on ways to improve their web content.

As a web consultant, Pam devised a unique strategy that allows her to be paid for diagnosing website problems, and then get paid a second time for fixing them!

It’s a “door opener” that often leaves her clients speechless … and all she has to do is follow a simple checklist. Check out more about her method here.

Congratulations again to our three winners, and to everyone who took the time to create and submit an entry!

Watch The Writer’s Life for more contest opportunities coming up soon.

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Published: April 29, 2020

6 Responses to “Three Winners Announced for The Writer’s Life Writing Contest to Rewrite the Content for a Website Intro Section”

  1. Thank you for taking the time to go over the winning entries! Pretty insightful to see how they did it.

    Guest (Kendrick )

  2. Thanks for your valuable advices and motivational words. I also want to say that the content works of "Courtney baymack", "Richard Lawrence" are awesome. Thanks again.

    Guest (Kirti Sehgal)

  3. I'm so impressed with all three winners! You guys took it in directions that never occurred to me, and I can see why these submissions far outpaced mine. I think I constrained myself with the "rule" that headlines should be short, like 8 words or less. Great job guys!

    Carol Hillegas

  4. Congratulations to the winners. I also appreciate the short video explanation on what made them the winners. Its a double edged sword for me--I am disappointed that I didnt win--which also makes me look at what I did write--with 2 different perspectives. I didnt do very well (maybe Im not very good) and OK, what did I not do that they did and how do I fix this. Learning much every time I enter one of these contests. Thanks

    Kim Hicks

  5. Congratulations to Courtney Baymack, Kirti Sehgal and of course to Pam Foster for creating this "real-world" example of a homepage rewrite project.

    I feel that everyone who took the time to participate in this challenge is a "winner" and hopefully the experience will inspire us all to select one of the many AWAI training courses and get to work!

    Richard Lawrence

  6. I am a Mustansar Mushraf Actuarial Science graduate and experienced writer in Article writing, I am extensive researcher and a deliver quality, unique and non plagiarized articles. I am sensitive about deadlines and clients satisfaction is my periority.

    Guest (Mustansar)

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