"You're Working Too Hard. Consider This… $6000 For ONE Hour's Writing.
"A Complete Case Study -- You Can Do This Too…"
If you're in a freelance writing rut, read on
These days, it's super-simple to get all the freelance writing jobs you want. But… do you feel as if you're working too hard?
If you're a part-timer, freelancing eats into your family and recreational time.
If you're a full-time writer, you love your clients, but if you stop writing, the money stops coming.
You can get out of the rut.
Join me on an adventure: have creative fun, and make money too
Here's something you may or may not know about me. I'm a website junkie. I have hundreds of sites and blogs. Yes, I create them for my own amusement, but they're investments for my future too.
I started creating sites when I realized that sites are online real estate, and depending on the income these sites are making, people are willing pay for them – often very handsomely. Virtual real estate is a better investment than offline real estate.
Website "flipping" – creating websites to sell – is ideal for writers. You have the requisite skills. You just need to do what comes naturally: create, write and collect the cash.
If you're in a rut, you'll love this.
Break through the ceiling on your income
Writing for money has its challenges. The biggest challenge relates to your hourly rate and the ceiling it puts on your income. If you've been writing for more than a year or two, you're frustrated by this. You know that you need to create products – like ebooks – which you create once, and which bring in money for you for years to come.
Once you start creating products, you can break through the ceiling on your income.
I was lucky. I started my career as a novelist. I've always seen writing for others as something I do in between working on my own projects.
I'm comfortable with creating products, because I've been doing it for so long, and I'm always looking for new things which I can create, and which will keep earning for me.
Several years ago I started buying domain names as an investment. (A domain name is an Internet address, such as writetoflip.com.)
Once I started using WordPress (a site creation tool) for blogging, I started putting websites on some domains, so that they could make money, instead of just lying idle. WordPress is a boon for site creators, because it makes creating sites easy; you can set up a complete framework for a site within a few minutes.
Using WordPress, site flippers can create a site, add content, and can sell the site on the same day, if they wish.
Flipping is an ideal process for writers who want to break through the ceiling on their income quickly. Creating sites and selling them is much faster than writing an ebook.
It may be just what you're looking for, if you're frustrated with freelancing because others are making more money from your words that you are.
If you're a member of Sell Your Writing Online NOW (SYWON), you know that I touch on site flipping in the training. Some members have asked for more information, so I've created it for you in this new guide.
It's packed with solid, actionable material. For example, I've included a little case study in it, in which I show you exactly how I've created a site which is making $600 a month for me. If I wanted to, I could now sell that site for $6000: it's a nice return on an hour's writing.
If you can write, you can do this too
Here's what it takes to become a site flipper: you get an idea, you buy a domain name, create a site (in minutes), write some content for a site (in a couple of hours), and sell the site. Or, you can keep the site, to sell later, once it starts earning for you.
One writer, who's well-known in site flipping circles, says that when she started flipping websites she made $100,000 PROFIT in five months, with a $100 investment.
You can do this too, once you have a simple process to follow.
Here's Your Process… Write to Flip: How to Make An EXTRA $1000 a Week (OR MORE) Writing and Flipping Websites (without working up a sweat)
In this package, you'll discover the exact process of website flipping, from soup to nuts, and much more.
If you can write, you can flip websites
Website flipping is an ideal way for writers to make (lots of) cash. Here's why. Unique content is valuable on the Web. Sites which have fresh and original content, in the form of articles, sell like hot cakes. You're a writer, so to sell sites consistently, all you need to do is write the content – you already know how to do that.
Your complete website flipping package: what's included
PDF, fully illustrated, 66 pages
This is your complete guide: site flipping from soup to nuts.
It includes my case study, showing you how just ONE hour of writing generated $6000 of profit.
Bonus: the Site Flip Checklist in PDF. Copy this for each site you create. Tick off the boxes, and by the time you've ticked off the last box, your site is ready for sale.
Additional Bonus: A super-fast tutorial which shows you how to create a site in just minutes. This PDF tutorial is 13 pages, and it takes longer to read than it does to create a site. :-)
13 videos. You're shown the site flipping process.
Most videos are six to 10 minutes in length. The Flippa video is the longest, at 25 minutes. There are matching PowerPoint presentations, so you can follow along with the videos.
PLUS Bonus Site Flipping Blueprint PDF, 47 pages.
This is a short 20-page PDF report. Very useful info for later in your site flipping career, once you've sold a few sites, and are looking for fresh ideas to make more income.
A bonus 50-page PDF report which gives you additional site-flipping ideas and strategies.
We wish you all success. This package comes with a free coaching session of 15 minutes.
Please book your free coaching once you've worked through the products. You can take your session at any time, within the next 12 months. Coaching is via phone, email, IM, or Skype -- whichever is most convenient for you.
Of course, in addition to coaching, you can ask for any help you need. Either Julia (my amazing, hard working assistant) or I will get back to you within hours (often minutes) on a business day, and within eight hours on a weekend.
You're NEVER alone -- Julia and I are here to help.
Questions? Contact me.