Ever Wish You Could Replace Your Paycheck With a Real, Legitimate Work-from-Home Job?

 

Have you searched and searched for the right work-from-home opportunity, but it either:

            i)    cost too much to start;

ii)    required you to get some training to start;

iii) required you to sell something; and/or

iii)   turned out to be a scam once you looked into it further?

 

Looking for that one REAL work-from-home opportunity that pays real money
-- every time, with no gimmicks?

 

DISCLAIMER: If you're looking for a way to make money quick, promises of easy money, or a way to work 30 minutes a day and make piles of money, this is NOT the opportunity for you.


The following is a real, "you do the work, you get paid" opportunity. It's not a job, it's a CAREER. You can work alone, or hire people to work with/for you. How much you make is determined solely by you.


No one can ever lay you off. It's an opportunity that allows you to create a consistent income for years to come. The longer you do it, the more successful you become.

 

WHAT IS THIS AMAZING OPPORTUNITY?

 

Freelance writing.  Freelance writing is a career anyone can start -- almost immediately. I've been a freelance writer (editor, copy editor, proofreader and word processor) since 1993 (see full bio below).

 

Freelance writing is a career that allows you to work from home, set your own hours, set your own rates and determine how much you make.


The following e-books contain first-hand information on how to start, grow and maintain a successful freelance career as a writer (editor, copy editor, proofreader, etc.).


You Get the Following 7 Titles PLUS 2 BONUSES!
 
Everything You Need to Know to Start a Successful Freelance Career is Included in the Following 7 e-books

 

How to Really Make a Living as an Editorial Freelancer: In this e-book, editors, human resources professionals, managing editors & editorial directors -- in short, the people who hire freelancers -- were interviewed. They reveal exactly what you should do to get them to call you, how they like to be contacted, what you shouldn't do (which is as important as knowing what to do) -- and so much more. Read an excerpt here.

 

Advice from Successful Freelancers: How They Built Their Biz & How You Can Too! This e-book features interviews with real editorial freelancers who divulge how they got started; why they decided to go out on their own; how they acquired clients; advice to newbies entering the field -- and more. A cross section of freelancers were interviewed -- from college students to single moms and professionals. Read an excerpt here.
 

How to Get Your Biz on the Web Quickly & Affordably: An Easy-to-Follow Guide in Plain English for Those New to Internet Terminology & Web Technology. Be on the Web in less than a week -- really! Read an excerpt here.

 

The Small Biz Owner's Completing Marketing Kit: No matter what type of business you have, you must market to be successful.

In this e-book, 8 free & low-cost, easy-to-implement methods are discussed. Learn how to increase sales w/very little or no money (samples are included every step of the way). Read an excerpt here.

 

How to Break into Medical Editing/Copyediting:  Many freelancers wonder about this very lucrative niche.

This e-book answers such questions as
: 1) How to break into medical editing/copyediting; 2) How much you can expect to make; What skills are needed; What a typical day is like; etc. Editors and copy editors with 5-15+ years of experience contributed to give a very concise first-hand view of this type of freelancing. Read an excerpt here.

 

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Article Marketing: Results of a 30-day Article Marketing Experiment. Article marketing is one of the most effective ways to advertise your freelance business. Want proof?

I conducted a 30-day article marketing experiment and chronicled the boost to my income. T
he following questions are answered -- and much more: Is article marketing profitable; how it works; which sites work best; how often to submit; what to submit; how much money you can make, etc. Read an excerpt here.

 

7 Ways a Freelance Writer Can Expand Your Profits -- No Matter What Your Business Is! I got the idea for this e-book when I wrote a few "prospecting" e-books for clients to give a way to their customers.

 

It is the perfect FREE giveaway to send out to potential clients. You can use it, for example: i) as an incentive to build your subscriber list; ii) as a free marketing tool to entice seminar, workshop and/or classroom subscribers; iii) as a follow-up promotional piece to send to contacts you make at networking events; etc. Read an excerpt here.

 

Testimonial: The 7 Benefits of Hiring a Freelance Writer, "I found this book to be excellent. Full of solid, hard-hitting information that should make any potential client secure the resources of a freelance writer. (Hopefully me!).~Cheryl Wright, award-winning Australian author (Cheryl-Wright.com)

BONUS Ebook #1! BONUS Ebook #1! From Startup to Success. As the author of the aforementioned e-books -- and as a freelance writer since 1993 -- I receive many inquiries about how I started my freelance career.

In this in-depth report I answer such questions as how I acquired my first clients, what I did when I lost my biggest client two months after quitting my job, how I financed my first business -- and more! Additionally, I outline 7 tips for aspiring & existing freelancers. Read an excerpt here.
 

If you can read and write, you can start a successful career as a freelance writer.

 

I've been a freelance writer since 1993 and now, more than ever, it is a career that practically anyone can start.  

 

Testimonial: Although I only started freelancing full-time in August, I am surprised at how much I have been able to make so far, and feel confident in pursuing this as a career. Thanks again for taking the time to personally answer my questions, and for sharing your wealth of knowledge through your blog for all of us out here attempting to create a thriving freelance career.

BTW, I am REALLY enjoying the ecourse & e-books!!

~Kimberly B., Freelance Writer, Atlanta, GA

Why Anyone Can Start a Successful Freelance Writing Career w/No Money and No Experience

 

Quite simply, there are no barriers to starting a successful freelance writing career.

 

Age is not a barrier;

 

Education is not a barrier; and

 

Experience is not a barrier.

 

Any of these could be major stumbling blocks in many careers. Not in freelance writing because:

 

If you can read and write and have access to a computer, you can start a career as a freelance writer -- almost immediately.


You don't even need marketing materials. You can start with no money.

 

All it takes to succeed in this career is perseverance, as evidenced by Mridu Khullar, one of the freelancers I interviewed in the e-book Advice from Successful Freelancers: How They Built Their Careers & How You Can Too!
 

Two Freelance Writers Explain How They Got Clients When They First Started


When asked how she gets most of her clients, Mridu, an international freelance writer, said:

 

I frequently e-mail clients with a short resume and credentials and let them know that I'm available for work. Even if I don't immediately get assignments, most of them do remember me when they need to get something done later.

 

Visit Mridu online at MriduKhullar.com.

 

When asked how she gets most of her clients, Cathy Moore, another freelancer interviewed for the aforementioned e-book, responded:

 

I find the prospects by looking at sites for companies in my niche. I send the e-mail to the manager who likely has the problem I can solve. . . The emails are short, gentle, customized sales pitches, not spam. I like them [email] because I get almost instant responses.

 

Visit Cathy online at Cathy-Moore.com.


Why $100/Day is Easy to Achieve as a Freelance Writer

When most think of freelance writers, they think starving artist. But, consider this:

 . . . full-time freelance writers and editors annually gross $35,000 and up . . . sometimes up into the $150-$200,000 range. [Source: Writer's Market]

In the 14-page special report, How to Make $100/Day as a Freelance Writer, which is offered as a free bonus here, I outline four steps that show you exactly how to make at least $100/day as a freelance writer. One example:

Diversify your writing: Choosing two or three different types of writing you can do well. For example, you might do resumes, articles and web copy. If you do one resume a day at $50 which takes you 2-3 hours, then you can spend another 3-4 hours writing a few articles to make the other $50.

FYI, to get started making money as early as TODAY, this report outlines websites that pay for content. That's right, you can start making money today.
 

The #1 Regret of Successful Freelancers


"I've worked with and interviewed hundreds of freelance writers over the years -- and the main regret they said they had is that they didn't start freelancing sooner
.

~Yuwanda Black, Publisher
http://InkwellEditorial.com
http://SeoWritingJobs.com

Many of them didn't have the first-hand advice dispensed in these e-books -- they had to learn by trial and error. You'll be able to "hit the ground running," and start building your client list almost immediately with this first-hand advice. 

"When I first began freelancing [I write, edit, consult, and provide manuscript critiques], I didn't have a lot of money backing me. I had one client and just a few contacts. That was in January of 2001. By January of the following year [2002], I had six clients. This [2003] has been the busiest year so far.--Quote from freelancer Darla Bruno

 

NOTE: I interviewed Darla in 2003 for the e-book, "Advice from Successful Freelancers: How They Built Their Careers & How You Can Too!"

 

Darla is still freelancing -- very successfully. Check her out online at DarlaBruno.com.

 

Why Are Freelance Writers So In Demand?

 

Quite simply, you have to communicate to sell -- and that all starts with words -- whether it's a sales letter, a post card, a radio ad (script), a newsletter, an article in a newspaper, etc.

 

Think about it -- when you go to your mailbox, what do you inevitably pull out?

 

Postcards from local businesses enticing you to buy their product/service (eg, lawn service, dentist office, grocery store coupon, etc.).

Sales letters from credit card companies outlining why you should sign up with them.

 

Flyers from the local discount store advertising their sales for the week.

 

Etc.

Who do you think writes the copy for all of this stuff? Freelance writers, for the most part.

 

Right in your own neighborhood are thousands of businesses that need freelance writing services. Following are ten examples right off the top of my head:

 

1) The local newspaper: freelance articles on community happenings;

 

2) Real estate agents: design postcards to send to prospects;

 

3) Insurance agents: write a monthly newsletter to send to clients;


4) University students: help with editing and researching papers;

5) Restaurants: write/design/redesign menus;
 

6) Mortgage brokers: write/edit/update copy on their website;
 

7) Local playwrights: write, edit and format their plays/screenplays;

8) Website designers: provide writing services for their web clients;
 

9) Accountants: write/design a brochure for their next networking event
 

10) Chamber of Commerce: write an e-booklet to entice new members.


I have done all of this type of writing -- and so much more -- in my 14+ years as a freelance writer.

 

The types of writing and sheer volume of work available to freelance writers is infinite -- if you know where to look and how to market for it.

 

The e-book, How to Really Make a Living as an Editorial Freelancer, outlines -- in detail -- extremely successful marketing techniques every freelance can use to get clients -- quickly.

 

The best part? Most of the marketing ideals outlined are free and/or low-cost. And, when I say low cost, I'm talking less than $20 or less per month.

 

The Easy Way to Market for Steady Work
 

I have several income streams: e-books, seminars and freelance projects. My point?

 

In order to make money from each one of these, I have to market. How do I do it? I put myself on a marketing schedule, a plan.

Contact can be via phone, fax, email, paid ad, postcard, etc. It doesn't matter. My goal is to get my message in a potential client/customer's hand.
 

The lesson here is that to succeed as a freelancer, you are going to have to make marketing a habit.

If you get on automatic pilot with a marketing program, you will generate a steady stream of work
-- effortlessly. In the e-book, How to Really Make a Living as an Editorial Freelancer, I outline the marketing plan I use, which I entitled, Success by the Numbers.

 

Following this easy plan will ensure a steady stream of clients for your freelance business.

~Yuwanda Black, Publisher
http://InkwellEditorial.com
http://SeoWritingJobs.com

 

How to Profit from Mistakes I Made as a Freelance Writer

 

One of the main reasons many freelancers fail is that they don't know how to market -- effectively.

 

In the e-book, The Small Biz Owner's Complete Marketing Kit! A Complete How-to, Shoe-string Marketing Guide for Entrepreneurs, outlined are 8 free and low-cost ways to market your freelance writing business.

 

The Secret to Successfully Marketing Your Freelance Writing Services


"If you market consistently to the right group, you will get results -- guaranteed! I have grown two formal small businesses -- and a few hobby businesses -- following this motto and the methods discussed in this e-book.

 

~Yuwanda Black, Publisher
http://InkwellEditorial.com
http://SeoWritingJobs.com

 

Again, the methods are free and or low-cost. To this day, I don't spend a ton of money on advertising because I employ free and low-cost methods all the time. These methods generate steady work because I apply them constantly -- which is the name of the game.

 

Other reasons freelancers fail: They don't develop a written plan; they allocate their time wrong; they don't keep in contact with old clients; they don't know how -- or where -- to network; and they don't set themselves up as a business.

 

This series of e-books address all of these common problems -- and provide solutions so that you get on the right track from the start -- and stay on it.

 

How to Practically Guarantee Success as a Freelance Writer

 

I interviewed 13 freelancers for the e-book, Advice from Successful Freelances: How They Built Their Careers & How You Can Too!

 

All had different ways of acquiring clients, but all agreed on one thing -- the Internet makes it so much easier to succeed as a freelancer.

 

That's where having a website comes in.

 

Don't have a website? Don't know how to get one? Worried about the cost? The technology?

In the e-book, How to Get Your Small Business on the Web Quickly & Affordably: An Easy-to-Follow Guide in Plain English for Those New to Internet Terminology & Web Technology -- as the subtitle suggests -- I literally take you by the hand and spell out for you the cost, how to build a site yourself (if you choose to), what to look for if you decide to hire a web designer, how to market your new site -- cheaply -- and so much more!

 

Unsolicited Testimonial: I want to set up a website as part of my plan to promote a book of mine that's due out later this year. I ... just finished your e-book, How To Get Your Small Business On the Web Quickly & Affordably. Excellent, concise, practical advice.~Stuart

You see, I understand what you may be feeling when you think of getting a website because in 1998, I decided to get a web site for my small business.

I found the process to be confusing, expensive and frustrating. After five months, two web designers and several thousand dollars -- and a still unfinished site -- I just knew there had to be a better way.

Much later, I discovered that if I were somewhat familiar with the web design process and could formulate key questions to ask potential designers, the process would have been much smoother and less expensive.

Based on my personal experience, I wrote this e-book to cover the basic issues everyone who is considering getting a website should know. It is specifically formulated for those who have little or no knowledge of web technology.

By understanding the process and language of web design, you will be able to converse with and convey key ideas to a web designer in clear terms. This saves time and money.

Questions and answers are written in simple, easy-to-understand language. It is organized by section and has a glossary of commonly used web terms at the end. It also offers valuable insight into why you should do something, instead of just saying, do it.

 

The effectiveness of websites: After launching a Web site, 41% of small businesses report an increase in their sales volume, and more than half (55%) with a Web site say their sites have generated a profit or paid for themselves. SmallBusinessComputing.com, "Internet Future Bright for Small Businesses,"
 

A Typical Day in the Life of a Busy Freelance Writer

 

I'm often asked what my day is like - in a roundabout way. I will receive emails like, "Do you have employees - you seem to do a lot." Or, "Who did your website, I love it." When I respond, "I did it," I usually receive a response like, "YOU did it yourself - where do you find the time?"

Following is a typical day for me - a busy commercial freelance writer.

Routine: Although I stick somewhat to a routine, I don't have a set schedule. If I have to run out to the cleaners or go to the grocery store, I usually do this during the day, because it's less crowded and I try not to work most weekends - at least not on client projects.

AM: I'm not a morning person; it takes me a bit to get going, so I usually log on around 9:30 or so and surf for about half an hour before I get down to work.

Marketing: I try to always do my marketing tasks in the morning when I'm freshest and the most invigorated.

 

I also strive to do at least one marketing thing a day. And, that usually means writing, as one of my favorite marketing tactics is article marketing, as outlined in the e-book, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Article Marketing: Results of a 30-day Article Marketing Experiment.

Getting down to work means updating my blog, churning out some marketing articles and turning my attention to client projects. By the time I finish my marketing tasks, it's usually early afternoon, at which time I turn my time to client projects.

PM: Client projects can be anything from cleaning up web copy to creating a newsletter to writing a press release. I'm usually working on two or three projects at a time and most are due within a week or so.

I'm pretty regimented in that I like to finish one project before I move on to another. BUT, this is usually not possible.

When I take on a project, I usually build in an extra day or two, where possible, because even though I know I can design and write a brochure newsletter in 8 hours, I'm also experienced enough to know that I may get a rush project from another client that will prevent me from sitting down to do it all at once.

So, instead of telling a client a 24-hour turnaround, I will tell them 2-3 business days, and that if they want it back before then, then I can do it - for a rush fee.

My Projects: After I pack away client projects, I will spend time answering emails sent in from readers and/or working on my personal projects (e-books, seminars, teleclasses, etc.).


After this is finished, I usually jot down what I want to accomplish the next day -- articles I want to tackle, follow-up questions for clients and billing/account management (arrggghhhh!).

I do so much more during the day because each one is different. But, this is a pretty basic rundown of what most of your days will look like as a freelance writer.

 

Is Freelance Writing a Career for You?

 

  1. Would you like to control your income?
  2. Do you hate commuting?
  3. Do you like your job?
  4. Do you wish you could make more money and/or earn some extra money?
  5. Do you like your boss and/or co-workers?
  6. Do you wish you had more than 2 weeks vacation?
  7. Wish you had more time to spend with friends and family?
  8. Do you want a break from the 9 to 5 grind?
  9. Do you wish you could go to the grocery store, the cleaners and the bank when it's not so crowded?

 

If you are tired of your current job, hate commuting, are exhausted from having to squeeze everything from grocery shopping to dropping off the cleaners in on the weekends -- then freelance writing is definitely a career you should consider.

 

"I'm Scared to Give Up My Full-time Job"

Why Freelance Writing is a Great Career to Start Part-time

 

Work from home: As you'll be working from home, it's easy to start part-time. You can work on projects before you go in for work, on your lunch hour (if you have a laptop), after work and on weekends.

 

Most clients will give you a deadline. When you work on the project is irrelevant to them -- as long as you get it to them on time.

 

Easy to Market: Many freelancers find clients via the Internet -- sending out simple email messages.

 

And, as you're providing a service, there are no products to lug and ship, and no face-to-face meetings to contend with. I rarely meet with clients. Most of the work is done via internet, fax and email.

 

Cheap to Start: If you have a computer and access to the internet, you can start a career as a freelance writer.

 

Throw up a simple website, start marketing -- and you're on your way -- literally!

 

Easy Growth Control: Controlling the growth of your freelance writing business is easy. You simply decline jobs if you're too busy.

 

A great way to keep clients calling -- even when you are too busy to accept work from them -- is to set up referral arrangements with a few other freelancers. Or, you could outsource the work to other freelancers. This way, instead of outright turning a potential client down, you can refer them to a trusted source (and they will thank you for it); or, accept the project and outsource it to another freelancer.

 

In this way, you can still make money off of it without doing any of the work (this is how I started my company, Inkwell Editorial, which is outlined in the BONUS e-book, From Startup to Success).

 

As you can see, freelance writing is an easy career to start -- whether you start full-time, or part-time.

 

And, it's a career you can always have.  You'll never have to worry about being downsized, laid off or fired.

 

The beautiful thing about this career is that the longer you do it, the more in demand you become. Before you know it, you'll be in a position to pick and choose the projects you want to work on.

 

And, you may even decide to produce projects of your own, which brings me to the final thing I want to cover . . .

How to Create Multiple Streams of Income as a Freelance Writer

 

As mentioned earlier, I have several income streams: I write e-books; oversee on- and offline freelance writing seminars; and write for clients.

 

Due to my success over the years, I'm phasing out writing for clients to focus on my personal projects -- writing e-books and producing seminars.

 

This is something every freelance writer can do. And the beauty of this is -- you can write, publish and sell information products on just about any subject imaginable.

 

I remember reading about one freelance writer who conducted internet searches on the most often searched terms. Once she found out what people were searching for, she'd write a 10-20 page e-book on it and sell it for anywhere from $3-$7.

 

She wrote e-books on such diverse topics as the easiest ways to quit smoking and the best baby cribs. It took her anywhere from a few hours to a few days to write and publish her e-books, but she was apparently making a very good living doing this.

 

Why was she successful?

 

People go to the Internet to find information. And, they want it quickly. As long as your product answers the questions they have in a concise, factual manner -- you have a good chance of selling your e-book (with some good marketing, of course).

 

Other ideas for creating multiple income streams as a freelance writer:

 

Open an online t-shirt shop: eg, create funny sayings on t-shirts and sell them via online stores like CafePress.com;

 

Create a knickknack shop: use the same idea above, only sell pens, mouse pads, cups, hats, etc.

 

Newsletter ads: Create a niche newsletter and sell ads in it (eg, The Coffee Times, Jeep Lovers, The Daycare Beat, etc.). The subject matter can be anything, as long as it's a well-defined niche.

Publish a Newspaper: This is not as hard as you think. It doesn't have to be The New York Times, but an online newspaper covering a specific geographic area can be highly successful -- especially if you sell ads in it. If you don't have a community newspaper, or don't feel that you have a good one, this can be a very lucrative income stream.

 

The point is to think outside the box. The ways of making money as a freelance writer are only limited by your imagination. And, with self-publishing software being cheap and readily available, you can do everything yourself -- and for very little money -- until you're ready to expand.


The Best Thing about Being a Freelance Writer

 

The thing I love most about freelance writing is control. This comes in two ways for me: control over my time and residual income.

 

Time: I'm not a morning person -- never have been. I do some of my best work at 7, 8 or 9 o'clock in the evening. As long as I meet my deadlines, I have no client worries. I don't have to produce "face time."

 

You can't put a price on this.

 

Residual Income: When you write and publish a product, it can make you money for years to come. I logged into my PayPal account the other day and saw a deposit there, but no product purchase.

 

Where did the money come from? A site I used to write for quite regularly. I hadn't submitted anything to the site for a while, but the articles I currently have up there are still making me money because they operate something akin to a pay-per-view program. Every time someone clicks on one of the ads surrounding my articles, I get paid.

 

It's nice when you get paid for something you produced months or even years ago. Freelance writing allows you to experience this. And, while the amounts are not large, they do add up. A few hundred from this source, a few hundred from that source -- and before you know it, you're earning a very good living doing what you love.


Why Many Freelancers Fail -- and How You Can Avoid It!

There are many reasons freelancers fail at this career, but two main ones are: i) they simply give up; and ii) they keep chasing the "big hit." Eg, that one e-book, that one product or that one client who's going to make them thousands. Freelancing -- or anything for that matter -- is rarely like this.

Success is built over time. You build up a group of clients, a body of writing, a library of e-books and, like I said previously, before you know it, you've "stumbled" upon a very good living. The reason stumbled is in quotation marks is because it's not stumbling at all -- it's perseverance. I have been writing and self-publishing ebooks online since 2004. And the more titles I add, the more money I make.

I get a tiny inkling of what Stephen King feels like when he gets a royalty check. Beyond making a living, freelance writing can give you a life in other ways -- eg, free up time to spend with your family.

And, in the end, isn't that what having a life is all about? On that basis, I'm sure you'll find that freelance writing is a career for you.
 

To recap, you will receive the following 7 e-books:

 

How to Really Make a Living as an Editorial Freelancer: In this e-book, editors, human resources professionals, managing editors & editorial directors -- in short, the people who hire freelancers -- were interviewed. They reveal exactly what you should do to get them to call you, how they like to be contacted, what you shouldn't do (which is as important as knowing what to do) -- and so much more.

 

Advice from Successful Freelancers: How They Built Their Biz & How You Can Too! This e-book features interviews with real editorial freelancers who divulge how they got started; why they decided to go out on their own; how they acquired clients; advice to newbies entering the field -- and more. A cross section of freelancers were interviewed -- from college students to single moms and professionals.

How to Get Your Biz on the Web Quickly & Affordably: An Easy-to-Follow Guide in Plain English for Those New to Internet Terminology & Web Technology. Be on the Web in less than a week -- really!

 

The Small Biz Owner's Completing Marketing Kit: No matter what type of business you have, you must market to be successful.

In this e-book, 8 free & low-cost, easy-to-implement methods are discussed. Learn how to increase sales w/very little or no money (samples are included every step of the way).

 

How to Break into Medical Editing/Copyediting:  Many freelancers wonder about this very lucrative niche.

This e-book answers such questions as
: 1) How to break into medical editing/copyediting; 2) How much you can expect to make; What skills are needed; What a typical day is like; etc. Editors and copy editors with 5-15+ years of experience contributed to give a very concise first-hand view of this type of freelancing.

 

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Article Marketing: Results of a 30-day Article Marketing Experiment. Article marketing is one of the most effective ways to advertise your freelance business. Want proof?

I conducted a 30-day article marketing experiment and chronicled the boost to my income. T
he following questions are answered -- and much more: Is article marketing profitable; how it works; which sites work best; how often to submit; what to submit; how much money you can make, etc.

 

7 Ways a Freelance Writer Can Expand Your Profits -- No Matter What Your Business Is! I got the idea for this e-book when I wrote a few "prospecting" e-books for clients to give a way to their customers.

 

It is the perfect FREE giveaway to send out to potential clients. You can use it, for example, i) as an incentive to build your subscriber list; ii) as a free marketing tool to entice seminar, workshop and/or classroom subscribers; to send to contacts you make at networking events; etc.

 

BONUS Ebook #1! From Startup to Success. As the author of the aforementioned e-books -- and as a freelance writer since 1993 -- I receive many inquiries about how I started my freelance career.  

In this in-depth report I answer such questions as how I acquired my first clients, what I did when I lost my biggest client two months after quitting my job, how I financed my first business -- and more! Additionally, I outline 7 tips for aspiring & existing freelancers.

 

BONUS Ebook #2! How to Make $100/Day as a Freelance Writer -- Relatively Easily! This report details 4 simple steps to take to ensure that you make -- at least -- $100/Day.

When I first published this report, many freelance writers said that $100/day was was "lowballing," ie, expecting too little. One freelancer remarked, "$500/day would be more like it. Anyone who can string two grammatically correct sentences together can expect to make this ($100/day)."

So, what does the above statement prove?

$100/day is the low end of what you should be making as a freelance writer. Many charge this per hour.


Receive Money Daily from Your Writing Efforts

I'm still amazed that we live in a time where a small rectangle that sits on a flat space (your computer on your desk) can earn you a decent living, right from the comfort of your own home.

One of the first things I do when I log on in the mornings is check my different writing accounts to see how much I've earned from my articles, e-books, e-reports, etc.

Depending on what I see there, I may work four hours, or eight. Usually, I put in between 7-9 hours a day, but some days I will say, "Hmm, let's see if I can push my earnings higher if I do "x", because that worked so well when I did it with "y."

I know why millionaires work -- it's not the dollar amount, it's about seeing if you can improve upon it; it's the challenge.

The thrill of going to bed at night with one dollar amount sitting in my account, and waking up in the morning and seeing that more has been added is a sensation I'll never get over. It's what makes me feel like I have my own personal money-making machine right in front of me -- my computer.

Need cash? Log on, write until I've met my goal, and log off.

Now, don't get me wrong -- it's not quick and easy. Sometimes that means writing for hours at a time -- when I don't feel like it. BUT, I don't have to get dressed, I don't have to take orders from a boss, I don't have to get in my car -- I simply go downstairs, make myself a cup of coffee, go back up stairs to my office and get down to it.

It really is just that simple.

CONCLUSION: In my experience, making $100/day is easy to achieve - with no experience if you're willing to look for the work.

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The freedom that comes with knowing that you are completely in control of your career; that you decide when and who to work for; how much you will work for; and not have your life in any one boss's hand is unlike any other. You will never again have to worry about losing your job. And, you can even start part-time and bring in extra income while you work a full-time job.

 

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About the Author: Yuwanda Black is the publisher of InkwellEditorial.com: The Authority Site on How to Start a Freelance Writing Business.

Ms. Black has been in the publishing industry since 1987. She owned/managed Inkwell Editorial, an editorial staffing agency in New York City, from 1996-2004. The business was repositioned as an online information portal for editorial and creative professionals in December 2004.

To date, Yuwanda has written (and self-published) over 90 ebooks (fiction and non-fiction); two freelance writing e-courses; numerous reports and hundreds of a multitude of articles. She also developed and taught a popular Chicago-style copy-editing course, attended by Fortune 500 executives and junior execs alike, as well as a web development and marketing course, which she taught at Borough of Manhattan Community College (NYC).

A serial entrepreneur, Yuwanda has been featured in magazines, newspapers and online outlets nationwide, among them: Entrepreneur.com's small business magazine, Be Your Own Boss; The Wall Street Journal's, RealEstateJournal.com; the noted online business journal, GreaterDiversity.com; the highly popular work-from-home site, PowerHomeBiz.com; and the noted search site, About.com.

Among other accomplishments, Ms. Black has been a syndicated small business columnist and a freelance/entrepreneurial advisor. She holds an AA in English; a BA in Sociology; and completed one year of course study towards an MA in Criminal Justice (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NYC).

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