December 2023

Living the Writer's Life: Chuck Warren

Chuck Warren really took “steering his own boat” to the next level when he entered the writing world. Discover how his quest to meld his two passions created a career of authority and autonomy, plus the freedom, ability, and income to live out lifelong travel goals.

Creating Opportunities for Yourself by Identifying Marketing Blind Spots

As a writer, identifying blind spots (aka “missed opportunities”) can be your “in” with any company … Rebecca shares how you can identify blind spots and create opportunities.

Living the Writer's Life: Cheryl Malcham

Fed up with dead-end dabbling and ready for purpose and pay, Cheryl Malcham stumbled onto copywriting one dynamic night that changed everything. She hasn’t taken her foot off the accelerator since and has built a profitable writing career based around her interests, desires, and availability. On top of that, she’s proof that a remote copywriter can work for a client over the long term, effectively getting the best of both worlds with co-workers and colleagues but still comfortable in her own home clear across the country.

Congratulations to Elizabeth Tiernan, Our Fall 2023 Winner of AWAI’s White Paper Challenge — Awarded with $5,000

Pam Foster announces the winner of AWAI’s recent $5,000 White Paper Challenge.

Win Over Freelance Writing Clients with Cover Letters That Do This

When freelance writing clients post job opportunities or have a “write for us” section on their website… quite often they have specific instructions on what you should send them to be considered for the job. In many cases, they ask for a cover letter, some writing samples, and perhaps a link to your LinkedIn profile or your freelance website. This is pretty standard, but you may be new to freelance writing and reaching out to potential clients. So today, Pam will show you how to put your best foot forward with cover letters.