Guest post by Suzanne Lieurance
Do you want to start a freelance writing business but you just don't know how to get started?
It really isn't that difficult to start earning at least $100 a day as a writer. The real trick is to do that without having to work 24-7.
Here's probably the fastest way to build your freelance writing business, particularly if you don't have much writing experience or many publication credits. Just follow these steps:
1. Set up a website or blogsite that targets a specific niche of potential customers/clients. Choose a topic that interests you and preferably one you already know something about. What are your hobbies? One of your hobbies just might make the perfect topic for your writing business.
2. Load that site with valuable content that this niche market is eagerly searching for (do your keyword research to find out what your target market is after). You'll want your target market to get to know, like, and trust you. You can start doing this by providing plenty of helpful content at your site, and don't forget to add fresh information and resources all the time.
3. Load that site with products and services that you are an affiliate for or with your own products and services that cater to this niche market. It's best to promote only those products and services that you have tried yourself and can truthfully recommend to others.
4. Set up a system for driving traffic to your site so that thousands of people in your niche market are seeing what you have to offer there. Your system should include article marketing, media release campaigns, and email campaigns.
Make this your major focus for the next 30 days and see what happens. It shouldn't be long before you're earning at least $100 a day from your new writing business.
There are many other ways to earn a substantial income from your writing. Every month, members of The Working Writer's Club have access to a LIVE 55-minute teleclass that covers (in greater depth than is possible here) at least one way to build a freelance writing business. If you're trying to build your freelance writing business, why not join the club? For more information go to http://workingwritersclub.com
Suzanne Lieurance is a full time freelance writer, the author of more than 20 published books, and the Working Writer's Coach.
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