Content Writing 101 Preview

 

As most of you know, I’ve been hard at work behind the scenes getting the Content Writing 101 eBook ready for launch. And while I know today is April Fool’s day in the U.S., I can assure you that I’m not playing games or making any jokes with this post :) It just so happens that it’s Friday, and with the launch of the eB00k on Monday, I wanted to give you all a teaser in regards of what to expect.

This is the cover of the eBook, which I finished up earlier today. Nothing fancy, but it provides a digital cover for the product which will be used here at the website as a representation, as well as via other sites through the use of the affiliate program. I’m still in the beginner’s stages of working with CS5 as well as Cover Action Pro 2, which is what I used to produce this first product. I expect I’ll become an expert on these two programs (along with probably Adobe Illustration and/or InDesign…I’ve been slowly educating myself on the whole suite of Adobe products since I’ll be creating a slew of eBooks throughout 2011 and into the future) over the months to follow, especially with a number of additional eBooks related to travel and living in other countries slated for release later this year through my travel website, Marginal Boundaries.

Those of you who subscribe to the newsletter got a sneak-peak of some of the content in the book earlier this week with the screenshots of paystubs showing the kind of profits that I’ve pulled in from content mills that many other writers claim only pay “slave wages” or “less than minimum wage”, and above and beyond that the eBook itself includes three Camtasia videos which show you a variety of behind-the-scenes details of me explaining with visual aids how exactly it is that I go about making a minimum of $50 per hour writing for content mills. I showcase footage ranging from me using Dragon NaturallySpeaking, to footage that shows you exactly how to use the methods described in the book to always make a minimum of $50 per hour when you sit down to write for content mills. My passion for this project has been such that I didn’t want to only include written instructions, but also video footage so you can see exactly what I’m talking about with the methods. It always helps with the trust factor when it comes to purchasing a product when you can actually see the results instead of just reading about them.

With that being said, the product is finished as of this afternoon, and is set to launch on Monday, April 4th, 2011. I’m really excited about things, and I can’t wait to share all of this information with you, to help you take your content writing to the next level!

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T.W. Anderson is the founder of Complete Writing Solutions, and is a freelance writer specializing in travel writing, website content, interior design and home improvement, green-related topics, as well as anything else potential clients need him to be.

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2 comments on “Content Writing 101 Preview
  1. James Mark says:

    great book for content writing.

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