Ever wonder how some freelance writers move up, earn more, and even pass the six-figure income mark?
It’s a lot like watching late-night infomercials wondering what the secret is to those weight-loss transformations. How do they do it?
Here’s a hint. For most people who lose weight and keep it off, there is no secret. It’s hard work, healthy eating, smart habits, and consistently following a proven plan that gets results.
And if you want to be one of those freelance writers, you can.
- Weigh in and take a look at your freelance writing business
- Throw away junk clients
- Replace procrastination, self-doubt, and fear with taking action
- Model the habits of successful freelance writers
- Commit to being successful, no matter how long it takes
Want to know how to claw your way out of the content mills, make more money, write for national magazines, land $1/word assignments, or be a six-figure freelancer?
Take a closer look at these double-your-income diet tips for freelance writers:
It feels like yesterday that I was self-publishing my very first e-book, Make a Living Writing: The 21st Century Guide. That one did so well that it’s no longer available (cough).
But I lived and learned, and created better e-books. As I prepped to release my latest, Small Blog, Big Income: Advanced Ninja Tricks for Profitable Blogging, I realized I now have TEN e-books available for sale, counting my free e-book for subscribers.
I’ve learned a ton along the way, so I thought I’d save others some time and unpack it all.
I’ve made over $30,000 selling e-books over the past 6 years, without a lot of effort (I added it up when I was writing this e-book, because I was curious!). So it can add up to a substantial chunk of change, over time.
What helps me earn well from each e-book I release these days? Here are my hard-won tips for self-publishing success:
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