Content Marketing Expert Ann Handley to Deliver AWAI 2017 Bootcamp Closing Keynote

Ann Handley, an industry icon who’s been leading the way in content marketing for many years, is appearing at AWAI’s FastTrack to Copywriting Success Bootcamp and Job Fair in Delray Beach on October 21, 2017.

It will be the first time she’s speaking at this premier annual event devoted to copywriting training.

You may know Ann Handley as the prolific content marketing expert who serves as Chief Content Officer at MarketingProfs; co-founder of Click-Z; a LinkedIn Influencer; a Keynote Speaker; and the co-author of Content Rules, and author of Everybody Writes.


Ann Handley

Ann has written columns for Entrepreneur magazine, Huffington Post, American Express OPEN Forum, and Mashable. In addition, she has been cited in Forbes as the most influential woman in Social Media and recognized by Forbes Woman as one of the top 20 women bloggers.

The AWAI team is thrilled to have her speaking at Bootcamp this year, because the opportunities for content marketing copywriters have never been more abundant as more and more companies use content to reach their customers.

Ann is a popular speaker at major marketing events each year, and she’s known to blend practical guidance with a humble, humorous, and very human approach. At Bootcamp, she’ll be talking about storytelling and writing content that makes a difference for clients and their marketing efforts.

Ann’s talk is sure to wrap up this year’s Bootcamp on a high note; something you won’t want to miss as a copywriter.

If you’re at Bootcamp … you’ll have a chance to find out why she’s a content superhero … and perhaps you’ll meet her too!

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Published: July 8, 2017

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