Yes, there are well-paid careers in writing
The Barefoot Writer is Your Resource for Landing Freelance Writing Jobs
Learn How Your Fellow Writers Have Successfully Launched Freelance Work-at-Home Gigs
At AWAI, we’ve helped a lot of people eager to leave the work-a-day world move up to very different (and far more rewarding) lives as successful freelance writers.
These folks no longer have jobs in the traditional sense: They have no bosses, no commute, and no place to be at any given time.
Many are retirees and stay-at-home moms who now are able to generate a substantial extra income in just a few hours a day.
They make their own schedule … and leave plenty of time for things they enjoy most: family, hobbies, travel, you name it.
And many tell us they’re making far more money than they ever did working a “regular” J-O-B — anywhere from $50,000 on a part-time basis … to upwards of $100,000, $250,000 and $500,000 a year!
Here’s a way for you to join them … to “ease in” to the writer’s life without having to make any kind of big commitment.
It’s an invitation to join a very special group of people who can help you learn what it takes to earn a six-figure income as a writer, while enjoying the kind of lifestyle most people only dream about.
We call this group The Barefoot Writer’s Club, and as a member you’ll learn how to make a great living with a career in writing, as well as:
- The best ways to make money as a writer …
- Which writing opportunities are the easiest to break into and which ones pay the most …
- What kinds of skills you need to land the best-paying gigs …
- How to start a career as a well-paid writer …
- How to find clients …
- What you can expect from clients, and how to ensure your projects always run smoothly …
- And so much more!
Plus for a limited time, when you join The Barefoot Writer, you’ll receive 7 free special reports:
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You can become a Barefoot Writer. Your journey starts today.
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