The Most Important Channels for Writers Right Now
In case the last seven weeks of holiday movies on the Hallmark Channel didn’t jump-start your holiday spirit, we’ve got something that will work.
It’s AWAI’s Holiday Sale!
We don’t have cocoa, carolers, or ice skating, but you will find over 60 home-study training programs and business-building resources on sale for up to 90% off right now …
So, if you’ve had your eye on a training program, NOW is the time to grab it!
With some proper training, you can build or expand your writing career right now …
Because this pandemic hasn’t just created upheaval in people’s lives — it’s also dramatically changed how businesses reach out to their customers.
More marketing dollars are being spent on digital marketing channels than ever before … the channels where writers are NEEDED more than any others.
Companies need writers who can write all the digital communications they desperately need: blogs, emails, e-newsletters, social media posts, chatbots, web pages, and more.
And when it comes to well-paid online writing projects, some are faster to learn and land than others.
So in today’s issue of The Writer’s Life, AWAI Success Andrew Murray shares nine writing projects that are in huge demand right now … and will get you to “well-paid writer” status faster. This is good news for anyone wanting to jump-start a writing career.
Andrew speaks from personal experience …
An engineer turned copywriter, he’s been using the writing projects to finance his travel journeys around the Australian Outback — when the pandemic allows for travel, that is.
Just keep in mind, whatever training you need to move forward, you know we’ve got it at AWAI … and right now, you can get it for up to 90% off.
Here’s wishing you a holiday season straight from a Hallmark movie … and if there’s something you need to help make 2021 your best year yet as a writer, we’re here to help.
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