How to Make $1,000 as a Writer in a Weekend

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Want to get paid to write?

Whether you’re hoping to moonlight as a freelance writer … work full-time as a writer … or just want to make a little money on the side … you’ll learn about five writing projects that pay at least $1,000 (most pay much more!) and can be completed in a weekend.

Join Rebecca Matter and Katie Yeakle – who have trained hundreds of writers how to make a great living writing – for this FREE webinar and learn what the writing opportunities are, what the projects entail, how much you can expect to make for each one, how to land them, and much more.

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Rebecca Matter is a copywriter, Founder of Wealthy Web Writer – named one of the 101 Best Websites for Writers by Writer’s Digest, and President of AWAI (American Writers & Artists Inc.) the world’s leading trainer of direct-response copywriters.

A marketer with 20 years of experience in publishing and direct-marketing, Rebecca trains writers how to make a great living doing what they love.

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Katie Yeakle has spent over 30 years in the world of direct marketing and publishing in the roles of copy editor, editorial coordinator, product manager, fulfillment supervisor, marketing manager and publisher. Recognizing the industry-wide need for talented copywriters who can deliver copy that sells, she helped establish American Writers & Artists Inc. (AWAI) with co-founders Paul Hollingshead and Don Mahoney in 1997.

Today, as Executive Director, Katie oversees AWAI’s 70+ programs designed to help people turn their passions into careers.

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