like a dream?
your own home-office, all kitted out with computer, printer, fax
machine and all the latest technology.
into your executive style leather chair at 10am while other people
have already been at the office for an hour and a half, coffee in hand
and check your email.
been paid for the ebook you completed yesterday and your Paypal
account is showing a healthy balance.
commissions come through as you sit there - one for a series of five
short articles, and one for some web content. All together this should
net you a cool $600 and take a few days work including research.
stretch your legs and reflect on how great it is working from home and
wonder why you hadn't made the move from 9-5 employee to freelance
ghostwriter years ago...
It Doesn't Need To Be A Dream - The Internet Can Become Your
Marketplace, Payment Processing Center And Research Tool Quicker Than
You Can Say 'Fire Your Boss'
need is a laptop or PC and an internet connection and you can make the
first steps to becoming a full-time freelancer.
a HUGE demand for well written content at the moment, and it will
continue to rise year after year. Internet Marketers are too busy marketing
to write their own material and quality ghostwriters and
freelancers are paid extremely well to provide well written and
can jump on this band wagon and either enjoy extra income from your
writing or decide to go full-time online and actually quit your day
it IS up to you. Ghostwriting is a skill that can be, for the most
part, learned. If you enjoy writing and are able to use the internet
as a research tool then you really can make a living online as a
freelancer with a little work.
better - if you actively enjoy writing or do it in your spare time,
you can start to make a living from your hobby. In pre-internet days,
making a living as a writer was incredibly hard, but as I said before,
with the HUGE demand for original content that now abounds the whole
of the net, it's a good time - actually scratch that - it's the BEST
time there's every been to go full-time online as a freelancer.
course the hardest part is getting started. Switch on your computer
and log onto Google - but where do you go from there?
you find work, how do you get your name out there, how much do you