You Can Make a Six-Figure Income Helping Clients Tell Their Stories!

What if I offered you $1,500 to write a two-page story?

And what if I gave you an exact template to follow …

 … A “paint-by-numbers” formula that helped you get the project done in just seven or eight hours?

That would mean you'd earn about $200 an hour writing!

Not bad, right?

It happens to be one of the most popular paths to well-paid writing — writing simple, two-page stories that follow a formulaic template.

Your total time on each project: eight hours, tops.

And clients need a ton of these stories.

In fact, it's not unusual for a client to need 12 or more of these pieces every year. Which means that all you need is about five clients a year to make REALLY good money as a writer.

Imagine. A six-figure income without the stress of big, complicated projects. Or the hassle of having to find a ton of clients.

Better yet, this is not a marketing fad. Turns out, we're genetically hardwired to respond to this type of marketing … so the demand for these projects has continued to increase over the last decade.

Short copy. Formulaic. Repeat business. High demand. Great pay.

Plus, a “paint-by-numbers” template to get it done faster.

It's the "perfect storm."

Learn more about it here.

Writing Case Studies

Writing Case Studies: How to Make a Great Living by Helping Clients Tell Their Stories

Businesses are willing to pay writers up to $2,000 to write case studies. Find out how you can tap into this market and earn $200 – $300 PER HOUR for every project you take on. Learn More »


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Published: October 22, 2016

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