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- This Is How You Quickly Get Paid $300-$5,000 or More Per Project
- Don’t delay your writing career. When you learn to write emails, you can quickly launch your freelance writing career and earn $300-$5,000 per project.
- A Brand Spanking New Way for Freelancers Fed Up with Client Work to Build a Clientless Copywriting …
- You can build a copywriting business that does not rely on clients when you use this new option you probably have not heard anywhere else.
- 5 Ways to Make Money Writing Emails
- Every writer should learn to write emails. Read this to learn why, plus discover five different ways you can get paid top dollar with this single skill.
- 6 Ways to Make a Living Writing Emails
- Every writer should learn to write emails. Read this to learn why, plus discover six different ways you can get paid top dollar with this single skill.
- How the Sweet Spot of Email Marketing Will Make You More Money
- The sweet spot of email marketing is about frequency. The more your client emails customers, the more sales they’ll make and the more money you’ll earn.
- Start Earning Money Now with this Easy Writing Project
- If you’re looking for a writing specialty with thousands of job openings, Jay White has the answer. Do this short project, and start getting paid, fast.
- Get B2B Email Copywriting Gigs with this Simple Technique
- B2B companies do a LOT of email marketing — creating big demand for writers. Steve Slaunwhite outlines six steps for you to land a high-paying opportunity.
- Become a Lead-Gen Specialist
- Earn top fees and be indispensable to your clients with B2B lead-gen copywriting. Lead-gen is the #1 priority for B2B firms, making you always in demand.
- You Could Easily Earn $1,500 to $3,000 Writing These Projects
- His winning proposal netted him a check for $50,000. Here’s how you can win by taking on email writing projects. (They pay $1,500 up to $3,000.)
- Choosing a Professional Email Address for Your Freelance Business
- One of the first things prospects see is your email address. Here’s how to choose an email address for your freelance business that presents you as a professional.
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