It’s that time of year again:
The Damn Fine Words writing course opens to new students on September 8, 2014.
This writing course is changing the game for business owners around the world, because it teaches effective content-creation techniques that help cut down your writing time, make it twice as productive, boost your confidence, and target the right readers, with the right message.
The Damn Fine Words writing course works. It’ll change your writing, your business – possibly even your life.
Each time I prepare for a new session of Damn Fine Words, I also open up a writing contest for all my readers. Many people tell me that they’d love to register for the course, because if they could just get in…
- They’d learn how to write more engaging website copy that draws in much-needed clients.
- They’d create content that brings results, instead of struggling with what to write and putting their words out there.
- They’d gain confidence and could feel excited about writing, maybe even for the first time in their lives, instead of agonizing over every word.
I support those goals wholeheartedly. And I want to help make that change happen.
The Damn Fine Words Writing Contest:
This writing contest is a friendly competition where your sincerity, desire to learn, and motivation to succeed counts more than anything.
This contest isn’t about the quality of your writing so much as the quality of your determination … and what you would do, if you could join the course and improve your writing skills.
What You Can Win:
One person will win a full scholarship to the September 2014 session of Damn Fine Words (retail value $1,399). The runner-up will win a 50% scholarship applicable to their registration for the September session.
Both the winner and runner-up will become full-access students who will directly benefit from the course lessons, hands-on exercises, immediately applicable advice, and interactive members-only area.
Winners will also receive my personal support and feedback throughout the entire duration of the course.
How to Enter the Writing Contest:
You don’t have to be a writer-for-hire to enter the contest. It’s open to any writer, freelancer, small business owner, or entrepreneur, in any type of industry at all.
All you have to do is write an article or a blog post about why writing is important to your business success.
You could write about how becoming a better, faster, more confident writer would literally change your life and your business. You could write about how not feeling sure about your writing has affected your business already. You could write about what it would mean to you to have that obstacle swept away forever.
In other words, write about why it’s important for you to be in the Damn Fine Words writing course.
- Your blog post or article should be at least 450 words. (This isn’t a brevity contest, after all.) Do keep it under 1,500 words, though.
- Your blog post or article must be posted to a publicly-viewable location. No private entries will be accepted.
- Come back here and leave me a comment that links to your post.
- Pat yourself on the back.
No points are given for correct grammar or spelling. No points are given for fancy words or brilliant prose. In fact, there are no points given for the quality of writing at all.
I’m looking for two people whose businesses have a better chance at success because they committed themselves to improving their content-creation skills. I want to work with people who are driven to succeed and who understand that this writing course could take their business to the next level.
I want students who are dedicated to showing up every day and doing their very best – people who are ready, willing and able to dedicate themselves to their self-improvement.
You don’t need pretty language or finely-honed writing to convey that. Trust me – I’ll see it.
The Damn Fine Words writing contest closes on August 31, 2014 at 7am (eastern time zone).
I’ll select two winning posts and contact winners directly, so be sure to have a Contact page on your blog or website, or let me know your email address in some other way.
Ready? Get writing!