T.W.Anderson – Content Writing 101: How to Make a Minimum of $50 per Hour Writing for Content Mills [eBook(PDF)]
The year is 2011. The economy? Still as bad as it’s been for the past few years. The bills keep piling up, and you are searching for some way to make ends meet, some way to put food on the table and keep provisions coming in for you and/or your family. Your traditional 9-to-5 has either closed its doors, reduced your working hours and told you that overtime is no longer allowed, or you’ve been asked to take a cut in pay or perhaps even been fired. The long and short of it is, you need money.
What if there was a way you could walk into a place using the very knowledge you possess right now and start making a minimum of $50 an hour? No specialized skills required, no degree necessary, no mandatory abilities other than the ingrained knowledge of how to string together words to form a coherent sentence and use a search engine to research topics and write about them.
What am I talking about? I’m talking about writing for content mills, places like Demand Studios, Pure Content Media Limited, Text Provider, Associated Content, Text Broker, Constant Content, Bright Hub and others, places that are looking for people like you who have access to the Internet, a computer, and the ability to write on a wide variety of everyday topics that require little/no research, using nothing more than common, everyday English that all of you possess.
Sounds too good to be true
At first glance, I’d probably think the same. In fact, around four years ago when I started this career, I personally had no idea that the profits could be this good doing something that is so easy and doesn’t require a degree or 15+ years of experience. But here’s the thing: it’s not only real, it’s absolutely doable and you can start doing it right now, with no previous experience, no background necessary, no degree and no hassles.
$50 an hour, minimum, writing about everyday topics like grooming dogs, changing oil in a car, painting a house, cooking food, sewing clothing, building furniture. Things which you already either know how to do or can easily research on the Internet using your preferred search engine. And just so you know it’s not some one-time scam, you can read about other people who have achieved the same type of success with content mills such as Demand Studios, such as this article written by Dan Fletcher over at the New York Times, where he talks about making $60 per hour writing for Demand Studios, one of several content mills out there, or the eBook Demand Studio Secrets written by Kent Ninomiya, which takes people behind the scenes with one of the largest content mills on the market. Not to mention you can watch my series of YouTube videos, complete with over five hours of recorded footage of me writing at Demand Studios for $60 per hour, all of it captured with Camtasia and time-stamped so you can see all of it was done in the moment.
While Kent’s book focuses solely on Demand Studios, Content Writing 101: How to make a minimum of $50 per hour writing for content mills focuses on writing for content mills as a whole. This is a content writing guide that takes all the negativity and the Chicken Little press surrounding content mills and proves all of it wrong. This eBook takes you deep into the heart of writing for content mills, and how to make a minimum of $50 per hour while doing so, which is almost double upper management wages for some places in the United States, according to sites such as CareerBliss which show that branch managers for Bank of America make an average of 57k a year, or $27.4 per hour when broken down into 52 working weeks at 40 hours per week. And you can do this without ever having written a word in your life, without ever earning a college degree, using only the knowledge in your head and your ability to research topics on the Internet and write about them. Without ever querying, cold-calling, waiting or dealing with a kill fee after months of hard work on a particular piece.
You’ve read the posts. You’ve seen my Content Writing Experiment from back in 2010. You’ve explored the multiple articles and exposes I’ve written over the past 2 years showing people how I repeatedly walk in and make more than $50 per hour writing for content mills. If you subscribe to the newsletter over at Complete Writing Solutions you’ve seen the screenshots of my paystubs, seen the actual results, and in this eBook I take it a step further, breaking down the exact methods I use to continually hit that $50 an hour minimum when writing for content mills, complete with Camtasia footage of the methods in practice.
You’ve read my bio. I’m a mid-western redneck who worked in construction for 15 years with the family business as a ceramic tile and natural stone contractor and installer before the economy tanked and the global crisis forced me to find a new career path back in 2007. I never finished high school. I never went to college. And yet here I am, living in various countries around the world, making a minimum of $50 per hour writing for content mills as well as traditional clients and publications. If I can do this, without any college education, without finishing high school, anyone can do this.
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