Can You Get Rich Quick As a Freelance Writer?

Posted September 1st, 2013 by Val and filed in Getting Started, Make Six Figures
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Fat WalletMaking six figures as a freelance writer can happen. In fact, it does happen quite often to those who make a strategic plan and diligently stay on track for the long haul. But can you get rich quick as a writer?

Many people dream of a day when they can quit their day job and work from home. Probably one of the quickest ways to start making at least a little bit of money online is through writing. Every website needs content, and many webmasters pay people to provide that content.

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3 Paths to Becoming a Six Figure Writer

Posted October 2nd, 2012 by Val and filed in Copywriting, Getting Started, Make Money Writing, Make Six Figures
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It’s no secret that I’m on a journey to become a six-figure writer. I have spent a good amount of time mingling with other writers and gradually learning from those who are making it. What types of writing can lead to a six-figure or better income?

Copywriting

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How to Become a Writer

Posted September 5th, 2012 by Val and filed in Getting Started, Make Six Figures
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I have heard a lot of people lately ask how to become a writer. Interesting question.

I guess the answer to that depends on what you think a writer actually is.

The obvious answer is that a writer is someone who writes. So if you think of yourself as an “aspiring” writer, a “wannabe” writer or a “future” writer, chances are you’re creating your own roadblocks.

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Do People Really Make Six Figures Copywriting?

Posted January 20th, 2012 by Val and filed in Copywriting, Make Six Figures

You can’t help but be a bit skeptical when you hear that people make six figures as copywriters, especially if you are bidding on job boards or working for content mills where people expect you to take $5 or $10 for an article – sometimes even less than that.

Paul Hollingshead who went from a job stocking shelves for around minimum wage to an income of over $400,000.

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