As a freelance blogger I made well over $50,000 while working just 2-3 hours per day. In that time I earned as much as $161 per hour.
I managed this even though I nearly failed English at school and had no professional writing qualifications or prior experience.
If you are willing to learn, a successful freelance blogging career in which you can earn upwards of $100 per hour is available to you.
This is by far the most comprehensive and compelling guide I have ever seen on freelance blogging.
Don’t think about it, just buy it now — it’s the best decision you’ll ever make for your online freelance writing career.
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The Problem With Freelance Writing Online
The biggest problem with freelance writing online – and freelance blogging particularly – is perception. If you suggest to most people that it is possible to create a six figure online business by writing for blogs, they’re likely to laugh in your face.
But that’s a good thing – people’s ignorance of the possibilities creates great opportunity for those who are open-minded enough to recognize just how lucrative freelance blogging can be.
Even "offline" freelance writers tend to scoff at the world of freelance blogging, believing it to be nothing but a denizen for low-paid writers. However, if you know what to look for and (just as importantly) know how to carry out your work, you will find that freelance blogging can be just as lucrative as “traditional” freelance writing.
Do You Need to Be a Good Writer to Be a Freelance Blogger?
Freelance writing has traditionally been a career reserved for those who have spent a lifetime steeped in the vagaries of spelling, grammar and punctuation.
However, the world of freelance blogging offers a level playing field. No longer are writers expected to create perfect pieces every time. Minor misdemeanors in spelling and grammar are excused, with a greater focus on one’s ability to work in an organized manner and produce compelling content.
If you are a competent writer then you can quickly learn how to become an excellent blogger.
What the course looks like.
What About Experience and Qualifications?
The real beauty about freelance blogging is that you don’t need any qualifications or prior experience to get started.
When I landed my first job I had been blogging for a grand total of three months. Before then I had barely even read a blog, let alone created one myself. My first job was writing as a WordPress “expert.” I had only been using WordPress for a few months at that point and hadn’t even heard of it before then.
There is no such thing as qualifications snobbery when it comes to freelance blogging. If you’ve got the chops, you can make a start.
Start Today, Earn Tomorrow
If you really want to make money online then you should be freelancing. By this time tomorrow you could have your first client and be making money – what other genuine business model can promise that?