Free Webinar and Q&A:
Breaking Into Video Script Writing

The words Just Announced! Calling All Storytellers! over image of video studio with green screen and lights

Good at writing stories? Want to get paid for it?

With the pandemic driving so many more people online, companies have been forced to make digital marketing channels work for them.

Video has turned out to be one of the most effective, creating a HUGE demand for creative types and writers who are good storytellers.

In fact, 81% of businesses currently need writers to help with their video needs …

And to do it, they’re planning on spending a combined $21 billion this year (that’s in addition to other forms of digital marketing they plan to do!).

Video script writing is a HUGE opportunity that is only growing exponentially right now.

It pays amazingly well …

It’s simple enough for even beginners to learn …

And the window of opportunity is open for writers, right now.

During our next Inside AWAI session, Breaking Into Video Script Writing, on Tuesday, November 16th at Noon ET, AWAI’s Pam Foster and I will interview Andrew Davis – one of the top experts in the world on video script writing for businesses.

In under an hour, we’ll cover …

  • How to make $1,500 to $2,500 writing a 3–5-minute video script (wait until you see how few words this actually takes.)
  • Why video is the perfect opportunity for storytellers (and why it’s actually EASIER than writing stories.)
  • The #1 way to land script writing jobs, even if you’ve never been paid to write one before (we’ll tell you exactly what to do and say!)
  • How to use local video production companies to find clients (spoiler: they do everything BUT write the scripts!).
  • And so much more!

We’ll also open up a live Q&A at the end, so you can ask any questions you have about script writing, landing clients, and making money as a freelance writer.

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Published: November 13, 2021

4 Responses to “Breaking Into Video Script Writing — Free Webinar and Q&A”

  1. First step to fulfillment of childhood dreams and aspirations honestly didn't know where to start or if was still a passion of mines especially dealing with Life struggles and curve balls, Being optimistic about this opportunity and stepping stool as to see if my experiences or inspiration's while guided imagination process creating something that's helpful or mind catchings that catches attention as well as spark interest in the world. Also helping Myself navigate and grow and learn but to better myself in life and in general


  2. I am pleased to see a free training:)


  3. I had reservations about joining this webinar. But, I believe I am a great story teller. I have many short stories published on various sites, shortkidstories dot com; wordpress dot com, etc. Maybe I can learn something new. After all, i'm surely not making any income trying to sell my short stories.


  4. This was an incredible Webinar. So informative, FUN, and insightful. I wanted to be a script writer for video and radio. Looking at Andrew's class as the open door.
    Thank you.


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