Free Webinar and Q&A:
How to Create Samples for Starting a Freelance Writing Career

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No copywriting samples? No problem!

Clients often ask you to send over writing samples to evaluate your writing ability.

Join me, along with AWAI’s Chief Business Officer Jaclyn Mehler and AWAI Copy Chief Sandy Franks, at 12:00 pm ET on Friday, July 23, 2021 for the free Inside AWAI webinar, How to Create a Winning Portfolio of Samples If You’re Just Starting a Freelance Writing Career (Even If You’ve Never Had Any Clients!), where we’ll show you how to wow them with a portfolio of professional samples that prove you have what it takes … even if you’re just starting a freelance writing career and you’ve never worked with a single client!

We’ll also open up the lines for a Q&A with you and your fellow listeners.

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Published: July 17, 2021

17 Responses to “How to Create Samples for Starting a Freelance Writing Career — Free Webinar and Q&A ”

  1. How can I honestly and ethically create a profile that wii attract and intrigue a potential client?

    Guest (Donald C)

  2. I am interested in writing copy for advertisements. I did copy writing in Pakistan.l am a Realtor and write my promotional material for homes that I list. I like to write. I have a BA degree from The American University of Beirut,lebanon.DANCER

    Guest (Shahana Moghal)

  3. I am a senior and not very tech saavy...I prefer the written word,I can't afford to pay out $$ (fixed income), but I love this kind of exchange...thank phone is old style (govt).

    Guest (Debbie)

  4. Thank you very much and I am currently writing my next book title short stories and the collection of poems from the African writer. Thanks

    Guest (Muhammad)

  5. Can’t wait for this!


  6. Good to know info.


  7. For those that feel they don't have any examples of their technical writing ability, stop for a minute and look back over the years of work that you have done for you present or past employer. You will quickly see that you have more to offer than you thought. Now get with it.

    J Allen

  8. Hi everyone! I am excited to be here. Looking for an opportunity to learn here.


  9. I'm very excited to learn how to create my copywrite portfolio from scratch. This will be an interesting eye-opening experience and I'm so ready to reinvent my career. Let's do this.


  10. I love it, that's me, looking forward to it!

    Marlene Neher

  11. Hope to get answers to the question that I have stalled on for too long. I am in!!

    Guest (Marian)

  12. Thanks for this opportunity.I'm looking ford to it.

    Guest (Julia)

  13. I am so excited to hear about the topic to be discussed on Friday. I sat for the AWAI's verified test in Accelerated Program for Six-Figure Copywriting and passed it in October 2020. I have not been able to build my portfolio due to lack of samples. This will be an opportunity for me to learn more on how to create samples for my portfolio.

    John Oni Oloka

  14. Exciting! I'm looking forward to this.

    Guest (Gabu)

  15. I've been wanting to do this for a long time. Can't wait to learn!

    Guest (Theresa)

  16. I will be pleased to see this.

    Joey Reynolds

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