If I Were Starting as a Writer in Today’s World …

Man working at home on laptop

The writing world looks very different from when I joined AWAI over 15 years ago …

Heck, it looks different from a year ago!

It’s always evolving, and fortunately for us — GROWING!

There are more and more opportunities every single day.

But, what’s the best way to get started?

Well, when members come to me with a pressing need, asking what’s the fastest way to get paid as a writer, I’m happy to point them to an opportunity that will “pay off” quickly …

With a project that’s easy to learn, for a fast start …

That’s short, so it’s done quickly …

And that pays good money, so fees add up.

I recently asked AWAI Success Guillermo Rubio what his answer would be … What would he recommend for a writer eager to get started?

His answer was the same as mine.

And in today’s issue of The Writer’s Life, he shares his response and why if he could go back, he’d do it differently. He also gives five good reasons you should choose one writing specialty for a jump-start to well-paid writing.

Guillermo says there’s a big opportunity right now for writers trained in this specialty … and a lot of money to be made.

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Published: July 27, 2020

1 Response to “If I Were Starting as a Writer in Today’s World...”

  1. Hi, G!

    I am trying to get through the Accelerated Program to Six Figure Copywriting. To break into copywriting faster, would you suggest I chance course and study email copywriting? Thanks.


    KaroeJuly 27, 2020 at 1:58 pm

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