Revealed: Simple Writing Projects that Pay $3,000 a Pop

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Imagine picking a niche where the writing projects are plentiful … the fees are generous … the assignments are fascinating … and the competition is scarce.

And in addition to all of that, it’s a huge industry … Over $12 trillion, and growing.

I’m talking about the often-overlooked B2B writing industry.

With the proper training, you could jump into this industry and have your pick of clients and writing projects.

If you’re not familiar with what B2B — that’s Business-to-Business — copywriting is all about, allow me to explain.

B2B copywriters help businesses sell their products and services to other businesses, rather than directly to consumers like you and me. Basically this means that the target audience isn’t the customer who purchases a product or service, instead it’s the “buying center” of another business.

I’m talking about people who make major purchase decisions for a company or manufacturing firm.

The other thing to keep in mind is there are B2B companies in every industry, from manufacturing to software.

One example of a traditional B2B market is in automobile manufacturing. Everyone knows some of the biggest consumer-facing brands, but within every model of car or truck they produce are dozens of other companies' products.

These include the tires, hoses, batteries, and electronics that are essential for the final consumer product — the vehicle — to operate properly. The manufacturer purchases these products from its various suppliers and incorporates them into the final product.

When you buy a car from one company, you're purchasing parts created by dozens or even hundreds of other businesses from all around the world. Business-to-Business sales are a vital part of every industry's supply chain.

B2B companies are often desperate to find skilled copywriters who understand their needs and can give them clear, concise, compelling copy that motivates the business buyer.

Here’s a little-known secret about writing for the B2B industry: There is no pressure to write the next “million-dollar sales letter.” Your reputation isn’t solely based on how much money your last promotion brought in the door.

Instead, it’s about writing copy that gets a buyer’s attention. Copy that moves the sale along. That could be in the form of a case study, white paper, video script, trade article, or content for your client’s website.

And boy, do these projects pay well too. You could make as much as $3,000 for some B2B projects, which by the way, won’t take you long to complete. Get enough of these high-paying projects and you could easily earn your way to a six-figure income. Often with only two or three active clients!

It’s a huge opportunity for writers like yourself … it’s just a matter of getting started. And the best way to do that is to let an expert teach you all the B2B writing projects that companies need completed today. That expert is Steve Slaunwhite.

He’s been writing big-league B2B copy for more than 25 years. His client list includes some of the biggest names in the B2B world: UPS, Hewlett-Packard, Sprint, Symantec, Mitsubishi, and Forbes, to name a few … Yet he’s also worked with smaller and mid-sized businesses as well.

He’s the author of several books, and has been featured in Writer’s Digest, The Wall Street Journal, Canada’s Globe and Mail, The Daily News, Direct Marketing, Forbes, Small Business Trends, and more.

And in this special B2B video presentation, Steve lays out all the details — from the exact writing projects you could be writing — to how much you’ll be paid for each one … So you’ll have everything you’ll need to decide if this is the path for you.

Modern B2B Copywriting

Modern B2B Copywriting

Learn everything you need to know to succeed as a B2B copywriter from marketing your services to writing copy and everything in between. Learn More »

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Published: January 10, 2022

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