Monday, December 17, 2007

How I Went from No Clients to $250/day in Less Than 2 Weeks

As a very experienced freelance writer (almost 15 years), I’m amazed at the month I’ve had. One new client I’ve already completed fourteen projects for, and three more serious inquiries for work starting in January.

Remember, December is supposed to be a slow month for freelance writers.

Read on for how I went from no clients to $250/day -- in just over a week -- by breaking into a new freelance writing sector. I'll show you how you can do it too -- this field is wide open for new writers with no experience.


Yuwanda Black, Publisher
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P.S.: Read about my $250/day as a freelance writer -- with less than two weeks of marketing! Visit
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