If you’re a writer looking to break into the world of professional writing and make a great living, then Steve’s new Modern B2B Copywriting program is your gateway to this fun, lucrative, and in-demand niche.
In this program, you’ll get deep-dive lessons from one of the world’s top B2B copywriters – Steve Amiri – on how to write the most in-demand B2B copywriting projects. You’ll also get an exclusive “inside” look into how the B2B industry works and how buying decisions are made, along with lessons on the B2B writing style, Steve’s own method for outlining each writing project, templates, guides, and even your very own swipe file of the best-performing B2B projects!
This program is perfect for new writers for three very important reasons. First, the B2B market is a great niche for writers because there’s no “hard sell” writing involved. Nor is it highly “technical”. Good B2B writing is conversational, informative, and much easier to write than materials for the highly competitive B2C market. Second, B2B copywriting pays well. The projects tend to be longer, more complex and therefore more lucrative than other writing jobs. Finally, it’s an in-demand niche. Companies are always looking for skilled, experienced writers to create persuasive, engaging copy that connects with their target audience.
Plus, if you’re interested in setting up your own B2B writing business, Steve’s program has an entire section dedicated to that. In this section, Steve will share all of his secrets for how to land your first paying client and build a successful B2B copywriting business.
So, if you’re looking to break into the lucrative world of B2B copywriting and make a great living as a writer, then Steve’s Modern B2B Copywriting program is the perfect place to start. With Steve’s expert guidance, you’ll learn how to write effective, in-demand B2B copy that clients want – and you’ll get all the tools you need to set up your own business and start landing paying clients. It’s the gateway to a fun, lucrative new career!
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