Last Updated on by Michael Brockbank
Making $20k per year as a writer is actually fairly easy to do. You don’t have to be a college graduate or possess a great amount of knowledge. All you need is a passion for writing. The $20k per year is only a fraction of what you could be making if you put a great deal of time and effort into becoming a freelance writer. For further details about how to make this much money and more, read my followup to making $20,000 per year writing.
By investing as little as three hours per day for seven days per week, you could potentially add the $20,000 per year as a bonus to your paycheck or give you reason enough to quite your part-time job. You can divide this time up throughout the week or in large chunks on specific days, it really doesn’t matter. As the websites below usually have work available for writers at all hours of the day.
How it Works
This isn’t a get rich quick scheme or require any investment from you. This can all be done for free and is a legitimate way to make money from the comfort of your own home. There is no gimmick and I am not trying to sell you anything. In order to make $20,000 per year, it breaks down to roughly $9.62 per hour. That’s if you base it off of a 40 hour work week. This could also be broken down to $384.61 per week or $54.95 per day if you work seven days per week. Here is the simplicity of it:
- Sign up with Textbroker.com or WriterAccess.com for free.
- Spend 20 hours or more per week writing content for clients.
- Collect your money weekly or monthly.
- It is literally that easy. If you have full working knowledge of specific fields, all the better.
The Details of Writing Content
When you are registered with one of the above websites, you have access to a pool of orders that are provided by clients. These can be of any topic you can think of spread across an array of subjects. Once you accept one of these orders, you have a specific amount of time to complete them. On Textbroker, they are usually asking within 24 hours, but some clients will go as high as five days.
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