American Writers & Artists Institute
Names Jedd Canty as
2017 Copywriter of the Year

Every year AWAI selects one copywriter with an outstanding performance record and impact on the copywriting industry.

This year, AWAI is proud to announce financial copywriter and research innovator, Jedd Canty as the 2017 Copywriter of the Year.

Jedd Canty

But Jedd’s journey to this point in his career was not an easy one …

In his interview with Katie Yeakle, Jedd will share:

  • How he “stumbled” into copywriting during the most desperate time of his life …
  • What it was like clawing his way up from the bottom of the industry …
  • His secret to writing groundbreaking packages, without being a “good writer” …
  • The one lesson that had the biggest impact on his career (hint — he learned it the hard way) …
  • The never-mentioned skill that can make or break a new writer’s career …
  • Insights into where the market is heading, with new challenges and opportunities copywriters will face in coming years …
  • And more.

You can watch the full interview below.

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Published: October 26, 2017

1 Response to “Special Announcement: American Writers & Artists Institute Names Jedd Canty as 2017 Copywriter of the Year”

  1. Who is the copy chief for Weiss? Does Clayton Makepeace handle the development and training of their financial newsletter writers?

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