How to Earn a Full-Time Income Writing Articles
There are many ways for writers to make money, and one of the most popular is article writing.
If you’re a good writer and you can write articles quickly, you can earn a substantial, regular income. And I’m going to show you how much you can earn and how easy it is.
There’s no doubt about it. Good writers are always in demand, and that’s true now more than ever before.
There are thousands of blogs online needing regular content plus companies need marketing articles too.
I used to be a freelance writer, writing for many different clients. It was how I got my start as a writer several years ago.
And what I discovered was that good writers were always in demand, especially if they could produce useful and interesting articles quickly and consistently.
I used to get regular work from a few clients which provided me with a steady income.
And if you want to do the same I can tell you how to do it.
You begin by getting used to writing articles quickly. If you practice non-stop for only a week or two, you should be able to produce quality articles quite quickly.
It’s possible to write a short article in just 15 minutes. But even if it takes you twice that long (30 minutes) you can still earn a better-than-average income even if you only work part time.
So let’s look at the numbers to see how it works.
If you can write an article in 1/2 an hour, then you should be able to complete 8 articles in 4 hours, which is only half a working day.
And if you charge $20 per article, your 8 articles will earn you $160 a day.
This means that if you write articles for 8 hours a day, which doubles your writing time, it will also double your income to $320 a day.
And at that rate, if you work 5 days a week, your weekly income would be $1,600 ($320/day x 5 days/week).
Not bad for a ‘work at home’ freelance writer. And you get the weekends off.
By working for yourself this way, it all comes down to the quality of your work and your speed of writing.
And with regular client work, you could earn an on-going income – and it could be quite substantial.
And because you’re only limited by the number of hours you’re prepared to work, you could earn even more.
, Ruth Barringham ,http://ezinearticles.com/expert/Ruth_Barringham/38265