Have you recently decided that you want to get paid to write and feel like you’re in the dark when it comes to how to find writing jobs online?
90 seconds from now, I’m going to share the one system that lets me choose what I write, when I write, and earn $100 per hour from the comfort of my own home.
I was in the same boat not long ago. Believe me, I know how frustrating the whole experience is. I’ve been there.
Maybe you’re like I was.
I desperately wanted to leave a full-time job that I felt stuck in and instead pursue my passion for writing.
What I really wanted to do was get paid to write what I wanted, when I wanted, from where I wanted.
So many of my friends and family told me that what I was looking for didn’t exist. They said it was a mythical creature. Makebelieve. And even if it did, I’d have to work my butt off for at least five years before I found it.
How wrong they were.
I just needed to know about the very thing that I’m going to share with you.
When I started looking for writing jobs just under a year ago, I wanted to see if it could lead me to the kind of job freedom I was looking for.
You know, the kind of freedom to work from home.
The ability to work to my own schedule without deadlines.
The choice to pick and choose what I wanted to write.
What I really wanted to do was get paid to write what I wanted, when I wanted, from where I wanted.
I wanted all of this AND at the end of the day, get paid to do it. That’s not too much to ask, right?
It seemed to me that lots of other people found it. So it must exist. Surely.
If you’re asking yourself right now that you want the very same thing, keep reading.
Because although there were some ups and downs along the way, I’m able to say that I found exactly what I was looking for.
And as well as finding that freedom, I now have a blog that’s read by over 65,000 people each month.
It’s liberating, to say the least, and I want that same feeling of financial freedom for you (holy alliteration, Batman!).
I want to help you get paid to write, from wherever you are. Therefore, I’m going to share with you the single best single source of paying writing jobs that exists on the internet.
I know, I know. You’ve heard it all before.
Well, the system I found isn’t a typical job board like Indeed or Monster. In fact, the system is closed from the public, so only a small number of people see the jobs available.
It’s also very different from the typical freelance writing job boards that you’re probably used to. You know the ones, they take a big cut of your earnings.
Oh, and another thing.
With the system I’m going to share with you, you get 100% of the pay, every time.
It sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? Listen, I know the feeling.
Let me share something about myself. I’m very used to the internet letting me down. I’m super jaded about most things online these days. So much so, I deleted my Facebook account a few months ago.
Therefore, I’d be the first person to turn my nose up at what I’m about to share with you.
If you truly want to get paid to write, you should take this leap of faith.
At the very least, keep reading to hear my journey. You never know, some of the things you’re about to read might resonate with you.
Either way, I’d love to share my journey of how I went from working in a job I didn’t want to get paid to write from wherever I want.
AND because of that freedom, I’ve been able to dedicate extra time to create my own blog which is now read by over 65,000 readers each month.
I’ve been fortunate enough to have a pretty decent paying job my whole life.
The problem was, it wasn’t the job that I wanted.
When I turned 30 I had a realization (I know, it’s so cliche, who doesn’t?).
I went through some lifestyle changes that meant I wanted to spend more time at home. Therefore, I wanted a job that allowed me to work at my own pace (which, if I’m honest, is slower than the average person).
You see, some people curl up with a good book and a glass of wine to relax and unwind.
Not me. I read stories about how people quit their day job and start their own small businesses and become wildly successful, or at least successful enough.
I wanted that to be me. Badly.
I mean, BADLY.
I wanted to be able to wake up in my pajamas, walk over to my laptop and start working.
And If it’s 5:30 pm and I’m still in my pajamas, so what?!
So, I did what everyone who wants to get paid to write from home does. I opened my laptop, searched for “writing jobs” and clicked on the top five results.
3 minutes later I shut my laptop and walked away.
Because every job listing I read required a minimum of 5 years of experience writing. I would not be surprised if one of them required the candidate to be the personal scribe to the Queen of England!
You get my point.
Writing jobs have ridiculous requirements and expectations these days. People like you and I who actually want to earn money writing can’t even get our feet through the door!
It’s so frustrating!
So, I did what most people do. I shut my laptop and stopped thinking about the whole thing for a few months.
I’m not going to lie, it hurt. I felt knocked down.
In hindsight, I dodged a HUGE bullet.
See, most of the writing jobs that are posted to freelancing sites are low paid and aren’t so different from the job I wanted to leave. You’ll still be working for someone else. You still won’t be able to pick your own schedule.
A freelancing website wasn’t what I was looking for. I was looking for the Uber of paid writing gigs.
Finding the System
You’re never out of the job market, even if you’re happy and content in your current job.
Someone once told me:
“James, always keep one eye on the job market because you never know what you might miss”.
Remember how I said that I’m the type of person who reads stories about how other people quit their day job and successfully earn a living from home?
I told you that for a reason.
Because had I not been that type of person, I would have missed the biggest money earning opportunity of my life.
You see, one of my go-to spots to find these types of stories is a website called Reddit.
You may have heard of it. If you haven’t, it’s only the nineteenth largest website on the internet.
It’s also one of the best places to go to read real stories that real people tell about their lives.
And it was on Reddit that I stumbled across this Q&A with a successful freelance writer.
The more I read, the more I realized that I really, really wanted to earn money writing.
This time nothing was going to get in my way.
I decided to go about things differently. I wanted to approach this job search from another angle.
Ironically, ignoring all of the adverts and people talking about the system meant that I actually lost money because I was wasting so much time looking for jobs that wouldn’t hire me in a million years.
If I was really going to get paid to write from home, I needed to find a way around the typical low paying freelance writing sites and impossibly high barrier to entry writing job sites.
I couldn’t make the same mistake that I made last time.
Previous experience in my full-time job taught me that there are websites that exist that provide a private list of high paying jobs to those who had access.
I also knew that in order to make money, you have to spend money.
So that evening, after I got back from work, I opened my laptop, pulled up Google and started searching.
I kid you not, I found what I was looking for in less than a minute. It was right in front of me this whole time. I just needed to know what to search.
I’m kicking myself because in hindsight, had I found the system sooner, I could have been financially independent months ago.
When I say that the solution to my problem was right in front of me this whole time, I really do mean it was right in front of me.
I had seen comments from other people talk about the system before. I just decided to ignore them and go about my search for high paid writing jobs the way I knew how.
Unfortunately, the way I knew how, and the way everyone else was telling me to search was completely wrong.
Ironically, ignoring the system meant that I actually lost money because I was wasting so much time looking for jobs that wouldn’t hire me in a million years.
Do you want to know how I get paid to write?
It’s a very successful system that has been seen on MSNBC, About.com, and Working Mother.
That’s it. That’s the system. Straight to the point. In fact, they have a 7-day trial right now, so what are you waiting for?
I signed up for their 7-day trial and within minutes could see paid writing gigs for over $100 per hour.
I hate to make a stupid writing pun right now, but I’m really excited to Writing Jobs Online with you so I’m going to anyway: You should never judge a book by its cover.
The beauty of Writing Jobs Online is that they have propriety partnerships with hundreds of big companies like The New York Times, LifeHacker, WorkingMother, Better Homes, Geek Dad, Burst Media, and so many more.
There were writing gigs for articles, blogging, copy editing, creative writing, press releases, resume writing, SEO writing (what I went for), and on and on. The list was endless.
Writing Jobs Online allowed me to choose what I wanted to write, when I wanted to write, and most importantly, where I wanted to write.
I live in the States, but they even provide jobs to people outside of the States!
The best part was that I needed no prior writing experience to start earning.
Here’s one of my favorite quotes from their site:
“Your website marks a terrific turning point in my career as an online writer. When I started working writing online as a hobby I was just making about $100 a month but now I am making more than $1,000 a month part-time! Now I am deciding to make this a full-time career and make it my goal to make more than $5,000 per month!”
Ok, I know I said the best part of Writing Jobs Online was that I could choose to write where I wanted, but I take that back.
Actually, the best part of it is that they promise a 60 day 100% money-back guarantee.
You have 60 days to get 100% of your money back.
Seriously, what have you got to lose?
I have to warn you though, this isn’t some crazy get-rich-quick scheme. You do actually have to work.
However, I’m way, way happier working from home when I want, doing what I want.
So, it was an easy decision for me.
I just wish I found the system sooner!