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Why Finding Nemo Almost BOMBED: Discover How Pixar’s Last-Minute “Fix” Narrowly Avoided Box-Office Catastrophe

Three tricks you can steal from Pixar’s million-dollar “cutting-room” process to transform your writing into “A-level” storytelling.

AWAI’s Training Launched my Career

With AWAI’s Simulated training you’ll work on a real sales promotion, learn how to approach every section of the letter, get tips and insights for becoming a better writer — and most important… get live feedback and direction on your copy from the likes of Sandy, Paul, Mark, and others.

Reach Your Goals Faster by Building This

Reach your goals faster by building a network of other professional copywriters

How to Make Sure You Meet Your Deadlines and Give Your Clients the Best Copy You Can

Key to copywriting success is building a reputation for being on time with accurate, engaging copy. Use these tips for a process to keep clients happy.

AWAI Exclusive: The Most Hands on Learning We’ve Ever Offered

AWAI has a new program and it’s the most hands-on learning AWAI has ever offered. It’s your chance to work on a actual sales letter!

How a “Two-Penny” Mailing Opened a Floodgate of Copywriting Opportunities

Follow these three useful tips on how to catapult your copywriting career, and you can land more writing projects and earn more money faster.

5 Steps to Generating Big Ideas

Coming up with a “Big Idea” can seem like a daunting task for newer writers. But AWAI’s Copy Chief simplifies it for you…

What to Do When Your Copywriting Client Goes Silent

It’s disconcerting when a copywriting client goes silent in the middle of a project. Here’s what to do so you make the best of an awkward situation.

Where’s the Fun in B2B Copywriting? (Hint: Almost Everywhere)

B2B isn’t only a great path for writers because of the money, variety, and demand. Steve Slaunwhite says B2B writing projects can also be a lot of fun!

The Writing Path You Should Take to Make Good Money as a Writer

This writing path is the path where most copywriters find success — and have the easiest time getting up and running.

Should You Be a B2B Copy Project Specialist?

One tactic will help you market your services more easily AND earn higher writing fees. Follow this strategy for your choice of clients and opportunities.

The 5 Traits of “A-level” Copywriters Will Help You Reach Six-Figures Sooner

Develop the five traits shared by “A-level” copywriters and your career will take off sooner and you’ll zero in on hitting the six-figure mark much faster.

What Copywriters Have in Common with Martial Artists — Even If You’ve Never Stepped Into a Dojo…

What helped Sam McCoy get started with his copywriting career? He discovered one thing that set him apart. You can do it and set yourself up for success.

How to Take Time Off as a Freelancer

When you’re a freelancer, there’s no paid time off. So, how do you juggle your need for time away from your business and keeping your clients happy?

A Secret Way to Use Holidays to Launch Your Clientless Copywriting Business

Launch a clientless copywriting business over a holiday weekend, and have huge success with it. Ben Settle walks you through the five key steps.

The Best Kind of Product to Sell as a Clientless Copywriter

To start making money and keep it rolling in month after month, Ben Settle shares a proven plan to follow. Plus, how you’ll know the right plan for YOU.

Use This Simple Six-Step Secret to Land More Writing Gigs

Understanding how your client makes money is key to getting more paid projects. Here’s the 6-step model most clients use to generate clients and revenues.

How to Build Wealth as an “Alt-Copywriter”

Achieve greater success when you become an Alt-Copywriter. Follow four steps to start your clientless copywriting business and make all the money you want.

One Writers Secret to Earning Six Figures with Zero Clients

Ben Settle makes six figures with zero clients and works as little as 10 minutes a day! He wants to share his secrets with you.

A Copywriting Job From an Unlikely Source

Bill Duncan wasn’t looking for a copywriting job, but his first ever freelance client found him.

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