Create a Steady Monthly Income
Doing What You Love -- Writing
You Could Potentially Be Making
$5-10,000 Per Month Every Month,
By Writing For Local Businesses

Dear Writer,

It is not often that you will find someone who is prepared to tell you that if you do the work, then you could potentially be making $5,000 to $10,000 per month as a freelance writer, within just sixty days.

Now bear in mind that the FTC frowns on us making promises as to what you can actually earn.

In fact, the FTC requires me to tell you that my results are not typical, and you could end up making nothing as a result of this training.

The thing is that I do not know whether you will do the work. I don't know if you have any real writing skills. And I don't know if you live in a community where all of the local business owners are ready to shutter their doors.

But, I do know that this system works, and I do know that others are doing this with similar results to what I had when I did it.

What I Can Tell You Is...
You Only Need 20 Customers
To Make A Full-Time Living
Working Part-Time Hours

If your local community is struggling financially, you could actually put this to work for you in another city, state or even country.

You could sell your writing services anywhere, so long as you are willing to prospect for customers and send them the email I give you.

I am going to show you everything you need to know to put this information to work for you.

I will tell you:

I Am Going To Teach You
The Mindset, The Service,
How To Find The Best Clients,
And How To Find Customers Fast

In the "mindset" part of the training, I am going to teach you how to have confidence in your offer. I am also going to show you how to think about your services in a way that almost guarantees that you can charge your clients much more than you ever thought possible.

In the "service" description, I am going to show you what the service is and how to put everything together for your clients.

In the "prospecting" part, I am going to show you what types of businesses to contact, and who to put on your contact list. You might think this will be the hard part, but you will likely spend only a few hours doing this part.

In the "how to find customers fast" part of the training, I am going to give you an email template that you can copy-and-paste for inclusion in the emails you send to business owners. The beautiful thing about this system is that it works. When you send out the email I give you, business owners are going to reply asking how to buy your writing services, and many of them will tell other business owners about your services.

This Is Powerful Training

If you can follow the instructions in this 36-page PDF, you can do this too.

If you are looking to make a living doing freelance writing, this is going to be the easiest and fastest way that you will be able to go from desire to paycheck.

You will definitely want to get your hands on this training, if you are looking for training that will show you:

I promise you this... You don't want to pass up this training...

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: Do I need any special software to do this?

A1: No. You only need a word processor and email software.

Q2: Am I building websites?

A2: No.

Q3: Do I need to buy anything to make this work?

A3: No... Unless you like coffee on your desk while writing.

Q4: Do I have to create sales materials for my clients?

A4: No. Your job is not to sell your client's products. It is their job to sell their products.

Your job is to win the hearts and minds of their customers. And you do that by providing them informational content that will answer your readers' needs in daily life.

Q5: What kind of content will I be creating?

A5: The guide will tell you what kind of content to create, depending on what your clients do for their customers. Sometimes it will be "how-to" stuff. Sometimes, it will simply be general information that you can write in your sleep.

Q6: How much content will I be creating?

A6: Usually one article each month in the range of 1000 to 1500 words.

Q7: Will these articles need to be keyword-oriented for the search engines?

A7: Definitely not. You will be working with clients who value the relationship they have with their customers.

Q8: What kind of industries will I be serving?

A8: That is the beautiful thing. You can pick your clients, according to what you kind of content you feel comfortable writing for them.

Q9: Do I have to do any selling to get clients?

A9: No. The sales letter that I give you will do the selling for you. If they are interested in your offer, they will contact you asking about pricing information.

This actually works best when you realize that it is not your job to sell your services. Your job is to provide your future clients the opportunity to buy your writing services.

Q10: Do you do this yourself?

A10: I have done this myself, but I do not do it currently. However, I have been thinking about doing it again to stabilize my income a little bit.

I also know people who do this and have done this. They have indicated that my suggested numbers are probably on the conservative side.

Q11: Will I be working with online businesses?

A11: No. You will be working with local businesses in your community. Stop thinking that you have to chase poor and broke clients to get writing work.

Q12: How can you justify the fees that you suggest I can earn from my writing?

A12: When you work with clients who have money, they will pay you what you ask and more.

I will teach you how to charge higher prices and get them.

Q13: Will I have to keep finding new clients?

A13: In most cases, no. Most of your clients will purchase your writing service as a monthly or weekly subscription.

If you can provide them the value they are looking for -- I teach you how, then most will stay with you for years.

Q14: What if I don't want to keep my clients for years?

A14: You can always hire other writers to do the actual writing.

You can sell your service business to another person. Your service agreements are an asset.

Or you can just tell your clients that you are closing your service, when you are ready to get out.

Q15: Do I need to use actual contracts with my clients?

A15: That is up to you. I never did.

I told clients that they were free to cancel their subscription at any time, with 30 days notice. I also told them that I would also honor the 30-day notice on termination of services.

The Reviews

Here is where the rubber hits the road.

What are other people saying about this product?

First off, in full disclosure, I was going to buy this product and when asking questions about it to the author, I was given a review copy.

I would like to state first, for the record, this is THE most well thought out and informative ebook I have ever read. I have bought a LOT of WSOs, business books, and done extensive research on these type of products. They all pale in comparison.

I am not going to tell you I went out and immediately started getting clients and made a fortune after reading it. I will say I now KNOW HOW to get clients and turn them into money after reading it.

THE GOOD:

Bill has done an excellent job of distilling his experience and knowledge into this book. There is no fluff or BS here. He gives a workable step-by-step instructional on how this works, why it works, and how you can screw it up for yourself.

There is true psychology on sales littered in this and how to do it without really selling. You learn how to get customers, why they will buy, what to offer, the email to use, how to charge, and some good old fashion common sense business knowledge.

There are no "hidden" gotchas such as special software, upfront cash, or expenses to keep you from doing it. It is an "A - Z" on this business model.

It is also a true business where you can hire people to do parts as you progress and even build it up and sell it. You also are given option to what extent to provide added service for more money.

I had to re-read it a few times to let it gel as my head was spinning with ideas. If you have been looking for a true business model to start with no cash; this is it.

THE BAD:

This is a WRITING business and if you can't write...don't bother. A smart cookie could outsource that part though. It would require cash to get it started this way to pay for a writer. My wife (my grammar nazi/my biggest fan/my worst critic) did find a few errors.

THE UGLY:

The only thing I wish it went into more was the billing aspect. It goes into great depth as to what to charge and why, but not the means. In other words, it fails to give any guidance on when to get the money and best ways to get paid. Not a biggy though as it covers the rest very thoroughly.

BOTTOM LINE:

If you are a writer looking for a way to not have to do the "freelancing/ghost writing" thing for mere pennies - you need to have a look at this. It is well worth 3 times the price. To get a real workable business model for this insane price is...well insane. If you have any talent at writing you can make a very good income using this method I am sure. It has my highest recommendation.



--- Leonard Alberts


To answer Leonard's question about billing and getting paid... Let me be very clear...

I get paid in advance, or I don't do the work. :)

I only got screwed by one client, one time, while working this business model.

The one time I got screwed was when I accepted the client's assertion that "the check was in the mail."

Nine years later, I am still waiting for that check to arrive.

As far as how to get paid, you can be paid by check, Paypal subscription, Paypal.me, and credit card swipe using any of the card readers that will attach to your cell phone.

I always invoiced once per month, with payment due within 14 days, and the service would be delivered within 14 days of the due date on the invoice. Most often, I would invoice by email.

I stated on the invoice that if I did not deliver the services within two weeks of the final invoice date that I would refund payment in full. That way, they had something in writing to use in court if I did not deliver the promised services.

I did pick this one up, so I'll leave an honest buyer's review. I'll confine the review to the "Writing Local", as this is where most of the thread has been directed. It is also the part with the greatest profit potential.

The report is presented in PDF form, which is exactly how content buyers like it. It is well-written and presented, with virtually no spelling or grammatical errors. It presents the idea clearly, and will be easily understood by anyone with a reasonable understanding of English.

So, does the idea itself warrant the expense of the product? It does. In fact, it ticks all of the boxes a potential writing entrepreneur would be looking for, and that is extremely rare. Firstly, and most importantly, you will be dealing with the right type of customer. Your customers will be fellow business owners who understand the value of what you are offering. If you have ever had to deal with cheapskate online content buyers who expect Shakespearian prose for $5 per 500 article, and who then demand unlimited rewrites just to exercise their "authority", you will know how refreshing this will be.

With this business model, the numbers are in your favour. There are millions of businesses and potential customers, and you only need 20-25 of them in order to make an extremely good living.

Also critical is the fact that you are getting paid regularly. Writing businesses are often afflicted by the 'feast or famine' phenomenon, where you either have to work 20 hour days and live on four hours' kip a night just to manage the workload, or you sit at the PC sucking your thumb and watching your empty email account praying for some work to come in. This business is structured to avoid this problem altogether. As long as you can maintain your client numbers at the right level, you will never need to go without sleep or food ever again.

This payment model of this business will work even better in the UK than it does in the US. We have a banking instrument known as a 'standing order', which allows businesses to set up monthly payments which recur automatically until cancelled. No need for Mastercard or VISA, with their attendant chargeback issues, and certainly no need for online processors with a penchant for closing accounts and destroying businesses.

Although the product is called "Writing Local", there is absolutely no need to restrict yourself to your local area. You could easily have clients all over your own country, no matter where you live. If you have a means of accepting payments from overseas, you could even have clients in other countries. My personal recommendation would be Transferwise, which allows people from all over the world to pay directly into your bank account in your own currency. There is even a possibility with this business model of moving out to the Spanish or Portuguese coasts, and still working predominantly with British clients.

The keys to making this model work are effective client acquisition and being able to produce consistent, high quality work. As long as you can rise to these challenges, the potential is here for a business which will give a good writer the type of business and lifestyle that they are looking for. The system outlined in the report relies on direct contact, but you are not limited to this. You could use LinkedIn, run Facebook ads, or even attend offline meetings if you are based in the same area as your prospects. Producing consistent work shouldn't be a problem for anyone with good writing and researching skills, as there are always new developments and regular events which provide interesting material.

Verdict -- this is the best report for people with writing skills that I have seen for offer on the Warrior Forum. As long as you are dedicated and consistent in your efforts, I don't see any reason why you can't reach the projected income levels. This one comes highly recommended.



--- Andrew Wardle


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