Live: The Barefoot Writer February Issue

Three client-free ways to get paid as a writer … sounds a little crazy. But in this month’s issue of Barefoot Writer, you’ll learn how it’s something anyone can do .

Because not only does this month bring you an inside view of multiple money-making writers …

It shows you how a lot of them are “bringing home the bacon” without a single client to speak of!

Our February issue shows you …

  • How to write emails people love to read and buy from
  • Tips for real results on writing projects from real working writers
  • 20 Content ideas you can create in one week or less
  • Advice on pseudonyms and name changes for your writing business
  • Why you should “ignore” your schedule to increase productivity

Plus, this month we introduce famed email specialist, Ben Settle. He’s the perfect example of a guy who knew what he wanted in life, went after it, and made it all happen through writing.

Click here now to read your February issue of Barefoot Writer.

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Published: February 5, 2016

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