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Quick Start Guide: 31 B2B Copywriting Projects

Quick Start Guide: 31 B2B Copywriting Projects

September 23, 2014 | By B2B Writing Success | 11 Comments

Quick Start Guide: 31 B2B copywriting templatesWhether youโ€™re new to B2B copywriting or an experienced professional, tackling a new type of project can be intimidating.

Steve Slaunwhite has made it easy for you with this handy guide to walk you through the most common B2B copywriting projects. Think of them as a compass that always points you in the direction of success.

Youโ€™ll find how-to instructions and tips for writing:

  • Print ads
  • Web ads
  • Direct mail packages
  • B2B emails
  • Website copy
  • Articles
  • Video scripts
  • Case studies
  • White papers
  • And much more!

Keep this tool handy so you can say yes with confidence to any project your new B2B client asks you to write.

This powerful tool is free to all B2B Writing Success Platinum members!


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  • Thank you SO MUCH Steve Slaunwhite for such a thorough job in putting together these 31 different B2B templates. It makes it much easier to say “Sure, I can help you with that!” They’ll be able to sense our confidence too!

  • Thank you Steve Slaunwhite for this comprehensive course to get me on my way. I am not new to freelancing, but I am new to freelance copywriting. Your advice and the well thought out program will definitely be a great asset to me.

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  • I presumed I was on a free momth trial to learn B2B test program…..I down loaded the Quick Start Quide”
    54-104 pages…
    Now am at a loss- how to continue further..
    …………Then I get all the different avenues of programs-different prices-in my e-mails-to join…..
    Currently am confused.
    I wanted to get my FEET WET first in starting with a smaller Program,,,,,,I thought……..
    Have no problem graduating to a more costly one, once I get past this curve…………..But now have feeling
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  • I am new here and just wanted to say Hi to all my mentors and everyone here. Have a good day everyone.

  • I just arrived at b2b and, my first day in, it is pretty amazing. I am anxious to check it all out and see what happens. Oh, and hello to Mr. Slaunwhite and everyone else. A big thank you for being some fine teachers and examples. Well, off I go to explore all the copywriting nooks and crannies wherever they may be. ๐Ÿค“๐Ÿง๐Ÿคฏ๐Ÿฅด๐Ÿ˜’๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿคช๐Ÿ˜›๐Ÿ™ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿค‘!

  • This is my first visit to b2b, it seems a lot to take in, but I am excited to get started. Being new to freelance, I want to really lean into every aspect of this, learn all i can. This site and the feedback from mentors and peers alike, will be a huge advantage. Thank You

  • I appreciate the info, there is so much content to cover here, I just wanted to make sure I was absorbing everything. Knowing that, I wanted play sponge for the first week or so, increasing my knowledge. I feel comfortable with my decision, and confident about my path. I remembered seeing a few practice ideas that came by, I figured I would send over my first pitch. Is the a specific email I should forward those to? By the way, I purchased the book “The Everything Guide to Writing Copy.” THANKS

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