Writing Project Pays
$800 – $2000 Every Month

If you’re just starting out and would like to “try” freelancing to see if it’s for you …

I’ve got a way for you to do it.

The project consists of writing short stories and articles for what I like to call a “quiet niche.”

I say “quiet” because not many writers know about it … which means very little competition and way more potential clients than you’ll ever need.

And these projects pay well.

Really well.

The going rate starts at $800 each … and goes all the way up to $2,000 each. (Yes, even beginners can start at that rate.)

And, that’s not a one-time fee either …

In this quiet niche, you can count on every one of your clients paying you at least $800 — month after month … year after year.

So, you’ll never wonder where your next project is coming from (which is great if you’re transitioning out of a full-time J.O.B. and you like the security of a regular paycheck).

Get all the details here and find out how you can quickly land your first $800-a-month retainer client (even if you’ve never been paid to write before).

This may very well be the fastest way I’ve seen to go from “nothing” to a full schedule of loyal, steady, predictable retainer clients …

Which is why I tell most new writers: start here!

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Published: June 6, 2019

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