Last Updated on by Michael Brockbank
What would you say if I told you that you could make an extra $10,000 per year by sacrificing only two hours per day? No, this isn’t one of those get rich quick schemes and I’m not selling you information. I am giving this information away for free. All I want from you is a few minutes of your time for me to explain to you how to do it.
First of all, don’t spend any money out of pocket in order to work from home. You probably see all kinds of “opportunities” from those who are willing to give you their secrets as long as you pay the shipping costs or reimburse them for their resources. If they really wanted to help you, they wouldn’t need your money. Besides, giving out resources could be considered tax deductible if you’re running a business.
As of today, I am roughly making $10,900 extra per year writing content for others. This doesn’t really sound like a lot until you consider the fact that I have only been writing for two hours per day this year…so far. I also have a primary job that doesn’t pay very well. I plan on quitting very soon and writing full time.
Can you use an extra $250 to $350 per week? Do you love to write about a vast array of different subjects? Do you have a PayPal account? Can you commit yourself to at least two hours per day writing? If you answered yes to all four of these questions, then you can easily make the $10k I mentioned earlier.
Now, I can’t promise that you’ll be good enough to make as much money as I do. A lot of variables go into writing content for clients. Typing speed, accuracy, researching capabilities, and your grammatical skills will contribute greatly to how much you make. In fact, you could be better than I which would net you more than the $10k per year.
Even if you were to write one article per day you could net an extra $3,000 per year. Personally, I average one article every 22 minutes. Could you afford 22 minutes of your day to make a bit of extra money every week?
This website is filling up of all the information I’ve learned this past year. I’ve been a professional writer since January 1, 2012. I have produced close to 800 articles stretched between several of the websites I use. If you are serious about wanting extra money, a career change, or are like me and want to supplement a piddly part-time pay check the take a look at what this website has to offer.
As with everything in life, you’ll get as much out of freelance writing as you put into it. I update this website regularly and will add new information as I find it.
Good luck to you and I hope I can help you in some way.
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