Isn't It About Time You Started Earning
Your Living With Your Writing Skills?
Even Professional Writers & Authors
Sometimes Need To Pick Up Some
Quick Cash With Freelance Writing

Dear Aspiring Writer,

Have you always hoped to be someone who would some day be able to earn your living as a writer?

How is that working out for you?

Have you made any significant money with your writing yet?

Is your spouse or significant other telling you that you need to quit wasting your time chasing fanciful dreams of becoming a successful writer?

Have you ever felt that pit in your gut when people who should be looking out for your best interests are instead telling you to give up on your dreams?

It has happened to all of us.

I know the economy sucks right now, and a lot of you are struggling to make ends meet.

I know how hard it is to come home at night, after having worked your butt off all day, and then having to skip your planned night out with the family, just because you barely have enough money to pay the bills you already have.

I also know how hard it is sometimes to have to prepare your kids for a lean Christmas or birthday.

Fortunately, there is a light at the end of this tunnel...

There Are Plenty Of Options Available

When I first started using the Internet to find writing jobs, there just weren't that many options available to me.

I had to create my own fortunes, and fortunately I was successful in doing so.

In the last decade however, there have been many new channels open up that we can take advantage.

Depending on the type of writing you want to do, you have many choices.

And within each sub-niche, there are many options available to us to find new writing opportunities.

Get Paid To Improve Your Skills

I was talking to one of my students recently, and she told me about a conversation she had with another person.

The other person asked her why she was doing freelance work, instead of funneling her time and energy into writing her own books.

Here is what she told me that she told her friend:

First, I have too many ideas and it would take me a long time if I actually wrote them all. I would be writing till I'm really really old. So I write them for people who can make use of my ideas.

Second, I'm getting paid for this. This is not volunteer work I'm doing.

I volunteered for a online writing community for 2 years. I guess if I had used that time for something else, like a part-time job, I would have earned something. But at that time, I wanted experience. And right now, it's experience plus money.

She went on to tell me directly...

I find the plot writing very inspiring. Because it has helped me write faster, and I can easily write at least 7,000 words or more per day. My imagination has just... I don't know how to put it... I can imagine more now. I get so many ideas and I barely have time to write them all down.

It's strange that when I first started writing, I was only writing. Now, I'm creating things that I want to be read by people. It sounds strange but my novels now are better than what they used to be 2 years ago.

It's been exactly one year since I first published my first book. And as a writer, I've evolved and my writing has improved.

It was my grandmother who pointed that out. She reads anything and everything. She has read both my novels more than 3 times and she keeps calling me and telling me how the second one has a stronger storyline and stuff like that.

Additionally, it took me one year to write my first book, and it took me only six months to publish my second.

As you can see, there are many benefits to starting your writing career as a freelance writer.

I found it really empowering for myself to get paid early in my career to write content for my paying customers, even while I was learning to become a better writer.

4 Ways To Make Money As A Writer

In this 36-page PDF guide, I am going to describe four ways you can make money as a writer.

Those four ways are:

  1. Freelance Writing
  2. Blogging
  3. Product Creation
  4. Writing Books

In the freelance writing section, I will point you to 19 resources you can use to find paying jobs.

I will show you how to get the available jobs.

And, I will show you how to get raises when working as a freelance writer.

In the blogging section, I will show you 10 places where you can set up your blog and 7 places where you can get paying ads to host on your blog. Additionally, I will show you how other writers are able to get thousands of visitors to their blogs every day.

In the product creation section, I will show you how to pick your topic, how to do your research and 6 places to sell your products.

In the writing books section, I will show you 4 places where you can self-publish your books, and I will show you the five things that you must do to be successful as a book author.

If You Are Ready To Start Making Money
And You Have Some Real Writing Skills
Then You Will Find This Training Valuable

I am going to show you where the money is, and how to position yourself to get paid for writing.

I am going to advise you how to get the available jobs.

And I am going to tell you what you need to know to be able to increase the rate at which you get paid.


This product was previously titled
"4 Ways To Earn Your Living as a Writer".

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: How soon can I start getting paid?

A1: It depends on the strategy you follow and where you sell your writing services. It could be as little as a few days and at most about seven weeks if you choose to publish books instead of doing freelance writing.

Q2: What do I need to have to get paid?

A2: Generally, the only thing you need is a Paypal account and the willingness to finish all jobs you start.

Q3: Does this work for people outside the United States?

A3: Yes. You will find marketplaces that service the UK and Australian markets too.

However, if you are writing English as a Second Language, then you should be able to do so at a level where your clients don't know that English is not your native language.

Q4: Are there any upsells?

A4: There are two.

In the first, I am going to offer you a list of "48 publishers who are willing to pay you to write articles" for them.

In the second, I am going to show you how you could make a full-time income ($5,000 to $10,000 per month on subscription) from your writing, working just part-time.

30-Day Money Back Guarantee

If you decide that this training guide does not live up to the promises I have made for it, then please ask for a refund of the money you paid for the product.

Simply send me an email to *support ~at~*, to request your refund.

Please allow me up to 72 hours to process your refund, as I do occasionally have a life outside the Internet.

Also be advised that if you file a dispute with PayPal, instead of giving me a chance to process your refund directly, my Money-Back Guarantee will become null-and-void, and I will fight your dispute with the intention of winning the dispute.

There is no need for either of us to be ugly about this. If you are not satisfied with this product, simply ask for a refund and allow me time to process your refund.

Click Below to Get Your Copy of
"Freelance Writing Cash"
and Get Started Right Away

This product was previously titled
"4 Ways To Earn Your Living as a Writer".




P.S. If you have any questions about this program, drop me a note
at “support ~at~”. I’d be happy to answer your questions.

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