15 Tips for Reducing Your Learning Curve
April 18, 2012 (06:53:17 am)
John Wood shares a step-by-step plan that will help you cut your learning curve in half so you can stay on top of the ever-evolving web writing industry.
What Every Web Writer Needs to Know About Submitting Copy to a Web Designer
April 04, 2012 (09:08:25 am)
Heather Robson shares four easy formatting tips you can use to show your client and their team that you’re a true professional, and easy to work with.
10 Tools That Will Make You a Better Social Media Marketer
March 14, 2012 (06:37:40 am)
Kellie Craft shares 10 social media tools that will help you effectively manage your social media accounts, so you can do more in less time.
Where to Find Your Most Profitable Customers
February 24, 2012 (06:16:49 am)
Joshua Boswell lays out the difference between Google and Facebook, and how this difference reflects the way to sell to users of each.
16 Tips on How to Write Email Subject Lines that Compel Readers to Open and Read Your Email
February 20, 2012 (06:18:20 am)
John Wood helps you create the pre-headline that will get prospects to the headline, the email subject line.
How to Build an Effective Freelance Writing Website That Gets Potential Clients Falling Over Backwards to Hire You
January 18, 2012 (09:49:22 am)
The most important tool in your marketing arsenal is your own professional website. Today, John Wood gives you a clear blueprint for developing the content for your own site.
7 Ways to Add Value to Your Next Online Copywriting Assignment With Social Media
March 09, 2011 (11:21:28 am)
Nick Usborne reveals seven ways you can use social media to add more value to your next web-writing assignment.
Writing Short, Powerful Emails That Inspire Action
December 15, 2010 (09:36:02 am)
Roy Furr shares why writing short emails is one of the most useful skills he’s picked up as a writer, and some secrets that will help you write effective emails.
7 Subject Line Formulas Guaranteed to Boost Your Email Open Rates
September 22, 2010 (02:10:36 pm)
Cindy Cyr gives you seven formulas you can use to boost your email open rates, to make sure your emails get read.
6 Ways to Handle It When a Client Changes Your Copy
January 13, 2010 (02:39:23 pm)
SEO expert Heather Lloyd-Martin provides 6 ways to handle a client when they change your copy.
Steal this Simple Dan Kennedy Technique and Your Clients Will Think You’re a Marketing Genius
November 30, 2009 (01:27:26 pm)
Follow Dan Kennedy’s marketing technique to help promote your client’s or employer’s business. It’s an easy way to bring in some extra income.
Lights, Camera, Action! Get Paid to Write Short Video Scripts
February 09, 2009 (08:54:13 am)
Online video marketing is one of the fastest-growing copywriting niches today. Learn AWAI member Phil LeMaster’s six tips for writing video scripts that produce results for your clients.
10 Ways to Build a High-Quality, Opt-in Email List
October 01, 2008 (10:54:28 am)
AWAI Staff Writer, John Wood, offers 10 ways to build a high-quality, opt-in email list for your client (and for yourself).
Safelist Marketing: An Affordable Marketing Option Or a Huge Waste of Time?
July 30, 2008 (08:44:44 am)
AWAI Staff Writer John Wood explains the term “safelist” and whether or not you should use them in your email marketing strategy.
Improve Your Copywriting Skills … 7 Ways to Improve the Copy on the Next Web Page You Write
February 25, 2008 (02:08:25 pm)
Web copy expert Nick Usborne reveals seven ways to ensure your web copy is the best it can be.
Zero Resistance Writing
April 23, 2007 (09:53:49 am)
Matthew Furey shows you how to write better and more authentically.
Proven Formula for Writing Winning E-Mail Sales Letters
November 19, 2001 (10:08:44 am)
Bob Bly details his formula for writing successful sales letters for email campaigns.