Q. What if you could have a flexible freelance lifestyle … working from home or wherever you want and scheduling the hours to suit, even taking a day off occasionally?
Q. What if you could tell people you are a writer and be proud of it because you’ve finally found a way to make it pay?
From: David Goldsmith
Dear Fellow Writer,
Would you like to learn a bunch of different ways to earn a living as a writer? I have been working full-time as a freelance writer for the past 9 years. In this latest version of my book I reveal the best techniques I’ve discovered to earn money from writing.
But first… a little background. Like many other writers I was still working in a full-time job when I started freelancing. I just knew that I wanted to be a writer. I dreamed of being able to do it full-time but I couldn’t really see how I could make my dream a reality.
Little by little, though, my writing business grew. The biggest struggle was finding the time to write! Sometimes I seemed to be taking two steps forward then three steps back. But I persevered… and eventually my writing business grew.
Then, several years ago, I took the plunge… I quit my day job. I felt that my writing business had grown to the point that it could support me if only I had more time to put into it. What a great feeling… I was now going to be living the freelance lifestyle…
Do you know what? That’s when the hard work really began!
I was not earning as much from my writing as I had expected and soon I was eating into my savings! I needed more income I really needed it fast! It was time to face reality… the type of writing I was doing simply wasn’t paying enough.
So I began exploring different ways to make money writing. Writing articles. Writing web site content. Writing e-books. I even tried writing confession letters to some popular magazines.
And guess what? It worked. I discovered new ways to write for money and with some of these methods even though they paid more, less work was involved. I was surprised.
Oh, and another thing… unlike freelance writing for magazines I didn’t have to wait six months for an article to be published before I received my check. I was receiving payments within a few weeks.
Some of the ways to write for a living even pay residual income. In these cases I write something once and then keep getting paid over and over again.
My new discoveries helped me to grow my business to new heights. In one year I actually earned more than I had in my old job… and I was a senior manager in the firm!
And here’s the best part of it all…
I play whatever music I want while I work. And sometimes if the day is really nice I go for a stroll along the beach for an hour or two.
It’s a good lifestyle… but I came incredibly close to failing to achieve my dream. If I hadn’t diversified I wouldn’t have made it.
Now, how about you?
Is there really any need for you diversify?
Yes, there is. I am sure you have heard the saying…
If you don’t believe this applies to writing businesses, then perhaps for should ask…
…the feature writer who worked almost solely for one major magazine. Imagine his shock when it was announced in the news that the magazine had ceased publication…
… or the writer who opened an email to learn that the Editor who provided most of their assignments was changing careers…
… or the blogger who relied on Adsense payments for a living and then lost 85% of his traffic following one of Google’s algorithm changes…
… or ask the ebook author whose book was topping the charts until Amazon made some adjustments to their Sales Rank formula and suddenly “the tap was turned off”.
Not only can diversification help you to grow your writing business but it help to protect your writing income from unforeseen circumstances over which you have no direct control.
Now, I have a question for you…
Do you really want to be a writer? Do you really want to enjoy a lifestyle that you only dream about now?
It will take hard work. It will take perseverance. But if you can honestly answer “Yes” then there is no reason why you can’t start building your writing business today.
If I made this writing business work, then so can you! It’s been truly satisfying for me and also for many of my writer friends whom I have been able to help along the way.
I wish you every success with your writing and I hope that this guide will be an invaluable resource for you… I explain about a bunch of different ways that you can be paid to write.
Who is This Guide For?
This guide is for those who want an overview of 25 different ways to earn a living as a writer. There are many specialist resources that teach each of these techniques in depth. For example you could buy books on how to write a novel and copywriting. But if you haven’t yet decided which areas of writing you want to work in, and you don’t even know what some of the more lucrative techniques are, then how can you know which books to buy or which courses to take? You can hardly be expected to buy 25 different books – costing a total of $200 to $400 – simply to explore each possibility.
That’s one of the main reasons I wrote this e-book… to provide freelance writers with an overview of 25 ways to make money such as freelance articles, blogging, copywriting, and many more. By learning about all of these methods you will gain an understanding of which ways are more appropriate to your unique situation. Then you will be able in a position to choose those types of writing that you would like to pursue.
Who is This Guide NOT For?
This is NOT a book for those who want to learn how to write. It’s about how to make more money from your writing.
This is NOT for those who want an in-depth training manual on every one of the 25 techniques. That just wouldn’t fit into these 89 pages.
As soon as your payment is received, you will be taken to a special download page where you can download the e-book immediately. This e-book is 89 pages in PDF format.
When you purchase “25 Ways to Write for Money” you have my personal unconditional 100% money-back guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply notify me within 8 weeks and I will refund your money in full!
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