Do you know you can become a well-paid freelance writer?
You love to write. You want to write.
People have told you that you should take writing seriously.
Does this sound like you?
♦ Are you a smart, persuasive and creative writer?
♦ Do you have a magical way of playing with words that hold people spellbound?
♦ Have you been praised by families and friends for your exceptional writing skills?
♦ Do you usually make posts on facebook and your friends are enthralled by the way you put words together?
♦ Or perhaps you have the passion and determination to become a remarkable writer but have no knowledge or direction on where to start?
♦ Have you been receiving “peanuts” as a writer even when you know you deserve better?
♦ Your friends have paid you to write love letters to their crush!
And you’ve even heard about freelance writing.
But, there’s only one problem:
You don’t have a clue how to begin or if it’s possible to make a living as a writer.
You have searched on Google several times for writing gigs….You spent hours making research.
You got stuck or bored and finally closed the tab. Then you go back to Facebook to search for the latest post to comment on.
Then you murmur, “I can’t possibly make money from writing”
But there’s something you’re not aware of….
If you can write a well-structured sentence that can be understood by anyone, then you can make money writing.
Every second, millions of articles are published in blogs, magazines and social media.
Everyday people consume content voraciously in search of information to solve their problems.
Hence, the need for content creators (writers) has also increased proportionally.
It is rightly said that content rules the world because of course, content is king.
People now dance to the tune of those who can feed them quality content.
Since, companies, organizations and personal brands are busy people, there’s high demand for writers who will create quality contents for them daily.
Will you be the one to help them out and get paid to do so?
Lemme share my story with you…
When I started my online business and money was not coming faster than I expected, I was making most of my money online from writing.
In fact, 90% of my income online came from writing.
I made my first money online two months after blogging. I started blogging 4th March, 2015 and I made my first money online, May 31st, 2015.
I saw an advert on Jide’s Bloggers Forum, looking for a writer to write for a tech blog. Then, I knew nothing about tech blogging but I applied to write for the blog.
To my surprise, the guy accepted that I write for him. I was given 5 topics to write on and submit. At first, I thought it was a scam but the guy assured me that he could be trusted.
He agreed to pay #600 for an article. So, the five articles were priced at #3000. I was so excited because that was my first time of writing for a pay.
At that time I was still on my day job, so, I submitted the first article very late. Though the client was impressed by my work, he was displeased that I had submitted it rather too late.
The contract was terminated. I was paid for just one article.
Instead of #600, I was paid #1000 because my work exceeded his expectation.
Right now, the least I make from freelance writing is N50,000.
I mean without looking for or pitching clients.
They just find me through my blog, guest post, social media or referral.
If you’ve been wondering how to make money online or just have the passion for writing and you wished there was a way you could make money from your writing skills, then this course is for you.
What if you could….
Finally, get paid for your writing. You don’t have to compete for jobs against hundreds of people and in the end, earn pennies for your hard work.
Learn the exact blueprint on setting up your freelance business and knowing the exact tools and strategies you need to attract clients, land clients and retain clients.
Know where to find high-paying clients. No more hustling ten hours a day and no more sending pitches that go straight to the trash and never see the light of day again.
Turn your passion for writing into a profitable and sustainable business. You’ll have the confidence, skills, and support you need to earn serious income as a freelance writer.
It’s possible because I’m doing it.
Introducing Make A Living Writing: How To Make 6 Figure Income Monthly From Freelance Writing
A step-by-step guide on how to make money from freelance writing – no experience or degree needed.
There are two ways to become a freelance writer
♦ Do it yourself: Spend 10 hours a day searching the internet for freelance writing gigs with no result to show for it.
♦ Follow a proven system and framework that shows you how to attract high paying clients.
I’m sure you don’t have all the time to read hundreds of blog posts about build a freelance writing business.
♦ Taking this course will save you time: I hate information over-does like you do. There’ll be no fluff and filler. Just straight to the point course.
Want to know how to write a pitch that converts? Make A Living Writing has 7 pitches + the current high-converting pitch I use to land clients.
You can’t use this pitch template and don’t get the job. Guaranteed!
All you need do is: Copy. Paste. Tweak. Send 😀
I have helped several bloggers to get published on top sites like Naij.com, BellaNaija.com, Ynaija and many more.
Here’s what you get when you sign up for the Make A Living Writing Course…
⇒ Lifetime access to the course
⇒ High converting pitch templates
⇒ Video tutorial and ebook on how to install WordPress and build your writing website or blog.
⇒ Access to my paid course “Guest post your way to online Visibility and Influence”
⇒ Transcript of the Make a Living Writing Webinar
⇒ Audio files of Make a Living Writing Where Emeka Nobis and Emenike Emmanuel Shared their experience how they make 6 figure income monthly from writing.
⇒ The exact Method to use to land your first client.
⇒ And much more
Module 1: Laying the foundation
For any big building to stand, it must have a solid foundation. In this module, you will get your mind prepared for freelance writing. You would have to learn, relearn and unlearn certain things that will set you up for success.
Section 1: 7 Myths about freelance writing debunked
Section 2: How To Transition from a full-time job to a full-time freelance writing.
Section 3: 4 Things to do to take your freelance writing as a full fledge business.
Module 2: Getting Started
Now it is time to dip your foot into the water of freelance writing to ensure if this is for you.
Section 1: 20 types of freelance writing gigs to choose from (you just need to 2-5 to make a living writing)
Section 2: The acid-test formula for knowing the profitability of a niche.
Section 3: How to find a profitable niche
Section 4: Proven methods to validate your writing niche.
Module 3: Building Your Portfolio
As a freelance writer, you’d need a portfolio to present to clients each time your pitch them. Your portfolio is like your resume, without it nobody will know what you’ve done or are capable of doing.
Section 1: How to start developing high-converting writing portfolio from scratch
Section 2: Establishing your visibility online as a freelance writer using the social media
Module 4: Setting Your Freelance Writing Website or Blog
One of the ways of building your portfolio that you have control over is having your own website. As a freelance writer, having a website or blog is not negotiable. It’s a must have if you want to be seen as an expert.
Section 1: How to setup your freelance writing business website/blog
Section 2: 7 Essential Elements You Must Implement on your website to attract high-paying clients.
Section 3: 10 Essential pages to include on your website that makes it irresistible to clients.
Section 4: Tips for creating a high-converting “hire me” page on your blog/website.
Module 5: Finding Your First Client
After all said and done, it is time to find clients that will pay you what you’re worth. That first client always seems like a dream. You will smile uncontrollably. “So someone would actually pay me to write for him”?
Section 1: 5 Proven techniques to find your first client.
Section 2: 7 Things to do when clients are not forthcoming
Section 3: How to follow-up the right way and get response fast
Section 4: 6 elements of a winning pitch
Section 5: How to craft a winning pitch that gets you hired.
Module 6: Getting Paid
Now this is the end result of all your effort – getting paid.
Section 1: How much to charge clients so you don’t work like an elephant and eat like an ant.
Section 2: Should you charge before or after delivering your articles (This is really important if you want to succeed as a freelance writer)
Section 3: 6 strategies to get clients to pay you more
Extra Module: Tools, Apps and Websites To Increase Productivity
Section 1: Tools and apps to generate hundreds of topics for your clients
Section 2: How to use Google effectively to make research like a pro
Section 3: 10+ must-have tools for freelance writers
Take advantage of this step-by-step guide with action steps to help you every step of the way
This is a self-paced online course.
Once you sign up and pay for your course, you’ll have access to all the modules and supplemental material. You can read all the lessons in a module in one day, or take as long as you need to go through each of them.
Each module is full of action-packed, easy-to-follow lessons.
By the end of the course, you’ll have a solid foundation, a new skill set and the tools and steps you need to make money from freelance writing.
Enrol for Make A Living Writing Course Now
Someone asked me if he would make money from his writing skill if he takes the Make A Living Writing course.
My bold answer was, Yes.
That’s the whole essence of the course: Make money from your writing skill.
My guarantee to you is if you don’t find your first paying client within 30 days of buying the course, ASK FOR A REFUND.
No hard feelings. No question asked.
I refund your money and you keep the course.
And we still stay friends. Isn’t that cool?
You definitely have nothing to lose.
How To Enrol in the Make A Living Writing Course
Pay CASH or do Online TRANSFER of N5,000 ONLY into any First Bank branch in Nigeria using the bank details below:
Account Name: Okon Promise Excel
Account Number: 3065283142
Send me an email if you’re not in Nigeria so I can create a customized payment link for you.
After making payment, send your full name, proof of payment (screenshot of bank teller) and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org