The Fastest Way to Getting PAID as a Writer

The holiday season is almost over.

And as 2011 nears a close, you’re probably thinking about what you’d like to achieve in 2012.

For many it will be …

Succeed as a freelance writer and start living the writer’s life – as fast as possible!

So today I want to share with you what is without a doubt, the fastest way to make a living as a writer in 2012, bar-none.

It’s writing simple emails – specifically, autoresponder emails.

As an autoresponder writer you could very realistically earn $250 – $500 to write a short, 200-500 word email.

And since most projects require 3- 10 emails at a time, you’re talking about approximately $750 – $5,000 for every assignment you work on!

Writing these emails is an easy, learnable skill you can get good at in just a week or two.

What’s more, clients are in desperate need of this specific kind of email copy.

If you can spare just 2 minutes, I’ve written a short note that explains everything you need to know to make 2012 the year you FINALLY earn a living as a writer (and do it in the shortest time possible)!

Get all the details here.

Make sure you read all the way through. There’s an early “holiday gift” to the tune of $150 you won’t want to miss!

The Professional Writers’ Alliance

The Professional Writers’ Alliance

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Published: December 22, 2011

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