Looking for Writing Assignments? Here’s 12 …

You can quickly fill all the free time on your calendar simply by shifting your writing focus …

And I’m not talking about a big shift.

I just want you to look at a market many other writers ignore.

Well, perhaps “ignore” is too strong of a word …

They aren’t aware this market even exists.

Or that it’s so hungry for well-trained writers, companies are happy to take a chance on a newcomer.

Especially a newcomer willing to take on multiple projects …

Not lengthy or overly complicated projects.

Short to medium-length projects.

The kind of projects you can turn around quickly — maybe a couple of days of work, tops. In some cases, just a few hours …

Especially when you know what you’re doing (more on that in a minute).

You see, once you know where to find them, it’s easy enough to add these projects to your writing calendar.

And, they pay well enough that if you wanted to, you could make a full-time, professional-level income doing nothing but this kind of work.

Yet that’s not the best part of all this …

The best part is that this overlooked market isn’t shrinking.

It’s expanding, rapidly.

Which means your time — and your talent — are worth more than ever to these clients.

So if you’d like more work to do … and you’d like to get that work booked on your calendar FAST …

Make time to read about this expanding market today and the top 12 writing assignments.

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Published: July 27, 2016

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