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Portfolio Critique #4 - Jacques Chouinard, Copywriter

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Today we critique the portfolio of a copywriter who has just entered the ad game. In a copywriters book, it's important to analyze both the ideas and the writing skills/style. And that is exactly what we are going to do on Jacques Chouinard's portfolio.

If you would like to see his full book, visit his portfolio site at https://jacqueschouinard.myportfolio.com/jacques-has-the-creative-muscles

If you would like your portfolio critiqued, please send it along at http://www.opendoorcreative.com/contact/ and I will do my very best to get to it.

Thank ya!

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