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Reality Blog: Copywriting Opportunities on the Web

Reality Blog: Copywriting Opportunities on the Web

March 8, 2017 | By Steve Maurer | 3 Comments

Reality Blog: Copywriting Opportunities on the Web

Last week, I attended a training workshop about copywriting opportunities on the Web. AWAI’s Web Copy Intensive was held in Austin, Texas. Some of the leading working experts in the world of Internet marketing taught 60 attendees the ins and outs of seven top copywriting formats used today.

The instructors were:

  • Nick Usborne — web copywriter extraordinaire
  • Ryan Deiss — master of online sales funnels
  • Gary Hennerberg — a top expert in email marketing
  • Brian York — a recognized leader in Pay-Per-Click (PPC) ads
  • Brian Clark — founder of Copyblogger (now Rainmaker Digital)
  • Jon Morrow — one of the most successful bloggers in the world
  • Pam Foster — certified SEO copywriter and web page optimization guru

Along with six Copy Chiefs, these experts provided guidance to the attendees in actual web copywriting projects. We didn’t just learn about writing for the Web. We experienced it through hands-on training.

This included some actual copywriting opportunities for real clients. And at the end of the seminar, the winners of several Spec Assignments were awarded cash rewards.

Even though I’ve written for the Web for several years, I learned much about the current state of the industry. I was exposed to new ideas and concepts, as well as up-to-date info on what’s working on the Internet today.

Here are three of my top takeaways from this event.

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  • Laura’s story is fascinating and motivational. Infact her perseverance and tenacity has encouraged me not to loose hope, but to remain focused on my dreams. Never let challenges hunt you down. Hold on to your dreams and keep hope alive.

  • Just keep on practicing, studying, practicing, studying. Your mind has to be set as-a-flint towards your goal. I really love to write, however, I do let other things come between-like responsibilities which seem to envelop me somehow.

    I must keep focused and not let it overwhelm!
    Thanks AWAI for keeping me-On Cue!

  • I think the hardest part is getting the quiet time. My other two family members. (Wife Kim and son Sean are disabled). My goal is to learn to prioritize, heh!
    These always help me get focused.

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