Content Writing 101 Version 2.0

One of the best parts about having digital products for sale is the fact that you can update products as time goes on. Rather than needing to wait months or even years between printed versions you can make changes to digital copies in the moment so the updates can happen as the market changes and evolves. With that in mind, Version 2.0 of the Content Writing 101 eBook is now live.

For those of you who purchased your copy when it first went live back in April, you have seen the power of the strategies contained within. As the subtitle for the eBook suggests, making $50 per hour as a minimum is the lowest number you should be striving for when it comes to working for content mills, not the $10 or $15 per hour that many content writers struggle to make due to their lack of understanding. There’s rhyme and reason to streamlined strategies and you see them in many forms across the Internet. That’s what informational products are all about, and the most important thing to remember is that there isn’t just one way to do things. There are always multiple ways, and the strategies in the Content Writing 101 eBook are just that: one of many ways.

The updates include an additional screenshot of my earnings for the past few months with DMS as well as eight pages of new content. This includes an in-depth breakdown of my favorite new toy, Instant Article Factory. Yes, that’s an affiliate link, and yes I’ll be making a separate post about the program later on this week or early next week, as well as talking about it on the YouTube channel and the Facebook page. This is another tool that I’ve picked up to help me in my content generation and believe me, when you can crank out a 500 word article in mere seconds that is not only 80% or more original but also grammatically correct you can literally save yourself hours of time. I highly recommend taking ten minutes out of your day to watch the video, because things work exactly as they do in the video. The footage you see is exactly what you see when you buy your annual subscription. Well worth the subscription fee, because you can make that money back in just over an hour of writing.

The bottom line is that while content mills are adjusting and changing with the evolution of media, so must we, and while you can opt to ignore content mills completely if you choose they can be a very lucrative writing niche when you understand how to maneuver through the channels of content writing. Everyone is looking for ways to make money in these difficult economic times, and this is your chance to maximize your profits when working with content mills.

Enjoy the new version and stay tuned as more updates are coming throughout the month of October, including the start of our YouTube video series on the importance of networking, social media, affiliate sales and being a writer with many different hats. If you haven’t already don’t forget to sign up for the newsletter up on the upper right of the website. It’s 100% free and provides you with updates on what’s going on around the Complete Writing Solutions part of the world. You can also tune in to our YouTube channel for more updates as well as watch the five hours of video footage for the Content Writing 101 eBook (where I recorded myself writing for various content mills to put my money where my mouth is and to prove to you, my readers, that this isn’t just some fluke but rather a streamlined system that works), or follow along the conversations on our Facebook page as well as via our Twitter feed.

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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