Announcing the Live Blog Challenge

On top of a mountain - new perspective

Imagine confetti flying across your screen. Maybe a few fireworks going off. Because this is exciting!

First, a bit of background…

Way, waaaay back in 2011, I pitched the idea of covering AWAI’s live events on the ground and in real time.

Our first Wealthy Web Writer Live Blog of the Web Copywriting Intensive was a big hit. And since that time, I’ve attended each Web Intensive and each Bootcamp, bringing Wealthy Web Writer readers real-time updates from each expert presentation.

In addition to time-stamped updates, I would also take photos, do video interviews with members, share insights on social media, and generally just try to bring the event to life for anyone who couldn’t be there in person.

You can check out a couple of our past Live Blogs to see what I mean:

AWAI’s 2013 Web Copywriting Intensive

AWAI Copywriting Bootcamp – Live Blog

Now, back to the present day…

This year, for AWAI’s Copywriting Bootcamp 2020, I can’t go!!!

I have a family engagement I wouldn’t miss for the world. But I don’t want the Wealthy Web Writer community to miss out on the Live Blog experience.

Soooo, I need one of you to be my Live Blogger this year.

And that brings us to the Live Blog Challenge.

After checking out the links above to see how the Live Blog works, watch the video below, and then put together the following:

This Challenge is reserved for Wealthy Web Writer Platinum members. To join the Challenge, please log in or become a member today.

Heather Robson

Heather Robson

Managing editor of Wealthy Web Writer, Heather has over ten years of content marketing and development experience.


  • Heather:
    Good morning. How do I unlock the video in order to take away scenes and splice them together. I keep getting a message that the privacy settings of the video do not allow…or words to that effect. Otherwise, I’m ready to deliver today.

    • Hi Bob,

      Taking out scenes and splicing them together is unnecessary. That’s not something you’ll be able to do at Bootcamp… any videos you share will be ones that you record either of yourself talking about what you’re learning or of attendees sharing their insights. You won’t be recording the speakers. Hopefully that makes sense. Let me know about questions.

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