If you are ready to grow and scale your freelance writing income, these strategies will work for you! I implemented them in my business in 2018 and was able to earn more revenue in one year than I ever made working my 9 – 5.
I did this all while only working part time. I know these strategies work to 10x your freelance writing career!
- Create a Freelancer Writer Website to Instantly Establish Your Credibility
- Pitch like crazy! If you want to make more money as a writer, you need to get more clients.
- Network, Network, Network! Attend free conferences, meet ups in your writing niche or seminars and start making introductions.
- Ask for referrals. Leverage existing clients and ask them quarterly if they know anyone in their circle who is looking for a content writer.
- Increase your rates or even double your rates. This may seem scary at first, but most clients won’t even blink at the higher price tag.
- Don’t be afraid to drop clients. If they don’t value your time or aren’t paying on time, it’s time to let them go.
- Master SEO. If your clients rank high in Google, they will becoming repeat customers!
- Write about what you love. Focusing on topics you love will make writing more manageable each month! The last thing you want is to feel like writing is just as bad as that 9 to 5 job you left.
- Avoid complacency. Set income goals, pitch goals, client goals and daily goals so you can keep scaling your business!
- Write in a second niche. It only needs to make up 20-30% of your income, but when you pick a niche that is a hobby or a passion it won’t feel like work and will be fun!
If you use these 10 tips, I’m confident that you can scale your freelance writing business and make more money than you ever thought possible.
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Michael: 00:00 Inspire your success podcast. Episode number 50. In this episode we’re going to cover 10 strategies to 10 X your income in one year coming up. Hey, welcome back to the podcast. This is your host, Michael Leonard, and as always, I appreciate you for being here today. And this one is really simple. I want to help you make more money writing because one of the many reasons that I love freelance writing and I see so many other people have success with it is because you can scale the business super, super fast. And I think that’s one of the coolest things about this online business or online side hustle, however you’re using it in your life, is that freelance writing is very, very scalable. And really the whole premise for me was back in January of 2018 is when I really went all in on freelance writing as I’ve talked about.
Michael: 00:59 And I was like, okay, I have to make this my number one way, uh, like to make money online or else I’m not going to be able to keep this online entrepreneurship, professional golf dream alive. So I better figure this thing out. And it was pretty cool when, uh, about a year ago I was looking at like how much I’d made over the year. And then what I was able to do with the, the writing side of my business. And I realized that in 12 months I had went from $650 a month to 6,500 in one month. So that again was from January of 2018 to January of 2019. So pretty cool to see that kind of growth. Again, only working part time, maybe 15 to 25 hours a week. Um, never even had more than I think three to five clients at once. Um, and so it’s pretty cool just to see how I was able to do that.
Michael: 01:49 So I want to share with you some of the strategies that I used so that way you can use them, cause maybe you’re at, you know, 500 a month or a thousand a month and you want to, you know, make a lot more here in 2020. And that’s what I want to help you do. All right, so let’s jump into these strategies. And the first one is pretty simple, but I have to really talk about it a lot because I don’t think a lot of writers or potential freelancers even are doing this. And the first thing that I recommend you do that I did that really like again helped me skyrocket that success was to create a freelance writing website. And again, I have a blog Inspire your Success, but I also have a separate freelance writing website. So I think it’s important to, and we’ll, we’ll talk a little bit more about the differences there.
Michael: 02:38 But the biggest thing is, is that a freelance writing website instantly establishes your credibility. So just imagine being a client that you send a cold email to. If you’re the client, would you be more inclined to hire a total stranger who has a friendly but professional website or someone who is a ghost online, right? So you always have to think about it kind of from the client sense. So the answer of course is pretty obvious. People want to work with people they know, like, and trust. And the same goes for landing freelance writing clients. So when I first got started there in January of 2018, that was one of the first things I had done. I think it was in like the end of November and December as I was kind of ramping up to it is I actually bought my domain Michaelleonard.net and I was taking a course at the time and she had really talked about the importance of a writing website so that we can show off your samples and credibility and stuff.
Michael: 03:32 And so I got that created and then as soon as I started really cold pitching clients, uh, it was pretty, pretty quick that I actually landed a few clients that way. And you know, I got some good compliments on that writing website. So again, you don’t need resumes per se, uh, in today’s online world. But one of the biggest things for me is having a built out social media profile, which we’ll talk about in depth in another episode, but really having that home base online with your writing website. So again, what I found is that clients are much more receptive to even responding to your pitch. If you do have an established brand online, because in their eyes it shows that you’re committed to being a writer and you’re not going to like leave them mid-project or, or just not respond or not really deliver really good work.
Michael: 04:20 So for me, a writing website can establish credibility in increased trust in a couple of ways. So the first way, again with your writing website is it can show off your work. And that’s the biggest thing is that clients that you’re pitching out and reaching out to, they need to see that you can actually deliver on the promise of what you’re, what you’re, uh, pitching. So it’s really, really important to have that on there. And you can do that again with, uh, pictures and testimonials and, uh, obviously your samples, where you’ve been featured, those kinds of things because social proof is super, super key. So if you’re not sure what I’m talking about, you can always go on my website again, Michae leonard.net and you can actually see all the social proof that I use. I mean I have pictures with different millionaire authors and bestsellers and experts in my industries.
Michael: 05:09 And then I also have testimonials from students in my writing courses, past coaching clients, other writing clients. So all of these forms of social proof can really help potential clients, um, want to work with you. So again, I think if you want a 10 X your income or just make more money as a writer, having that investment, you know, again, just enrolling with something like Bluehost and maybe a paid theme, I mean you’re basically into a couple of hundred dollars and now you actually have a home base online that you can show off to clients and you can really start to build your authority in whatever niche you choose. So again, remember too, it’s a business write off. Um, but your, your website will help you land clients. I am confident in that. And for me it really like paid for itself instantly. I mean within like a month of having my writing website actually had a cold pitch.
Michael: 06:00 Client mentioned how good the website was, how they enjoyed the, you know, the, the pitch process with me. And then they ended up signing up and we started working together. So really, really important to have that. So that is the strategy number one. The second one is to pitch like crazy and this seems really easy, but I think again, sometimes when it’s so easy, uh, that we, we just kind of look it over. And if you’re like me and if you’re like a lot of people, I’m sure that sometimes you over-complicate the process of whatever you’re doing, whether it’s your, your job or your business or, um, you know, getting those first clients, things like that. It’s easy to try and like complicate it and feel like you need to make things perfect. But here’s the thing, if you want to make more money as a writer, you simply need to get more clients.
Michael: 06:46 So yes, having a website is important. Having some sort of brand online is important, but even if you have the best website, unless you pitch clients, they’re probably not going to find you. I mean, SEO for writing websites is going to take a long time, usually to rank for. And of course you need money now. Right. I get that and that’s how I was, is that I needed that money back in 2018 or I’ll, this whole dream of online entrepreneurship was going to die. So the biggest thing is, is that you need to get yourself out there. So if you’re committed to 10 X in your income, you just got to pitch like crazy. So one thing I learned from my past sales career at Yelp is that getting clients in any capacity is really just a numbers game because the more you pitch, the more likely you are to land clients.
Michael: 07:35 So again, if you pitch 10 people, uh, for your writing services, you might not hear anything. But if you pitch 50 people, you’re bound to probably get a few bites as long as you’re, you know, writing a good email and, and having the right things in there. But at the end of the day, you just need to get yourself in front of more eyeballs so you can get more people to eventually say yes. And I think one of the things that really holds people back is really that fear of rejection. And I talk about this with my one-on-one clients and in my course, and just constantly, I feel that so many people are so scared of rejection and it’s, it’s totally understandable. It’s a, you know, hardwired in a, the oldest part of our brain, that reptilian part of our brain to want to be accepted, to want to be loved.
Michael: 08:21 So when you’re actually pitching, you are setting yourself up for rejection because not only are you going to hear nos, you’re going to just not hear anything. You’re going to hear crickets at times. So it’s really important though to understand that rejection is part of the process. Um, like one of my old coaches said, no always lead to yes. So even though it sucks to hear no, just understand that, you know, what made it just wasn’t the right time for them. Maybe you guys weren’t the right fit, or maybe you just needed to get that note to eventually get to a yes. So I know it’s easier said than done, but have to get over that fear of rejection to give yourself a chance to succeed. So whenever you’re thinking about, Oh man, I’m scared of maybe a job board not replying or a client just not sending me anything.
Michael: 09:06 Even though you felt like you did a great job pitching, you have to just understand that it’s part of the process. And I love this quote from Jack Canfield where he said rejection is just a myth. You never had it in the first place. So again, just make sure you’re getting yourself out there. Like even if you feel like you deserve that job or you feel like you should work with that client, but maybe they just don’t agree or maybe it’s not the right time or whatever the case is, just understand that you never had it in the first place so you shouldn’t be let down. You just have to keep staying consistent. And that’s what made me really successful in sales and that’s what’s helped me a lot in my freelance writing career is that I understood that the more that I did it, the more I pitched, the less scary it is.
Michael: 09:49 So it’s one of those things where I recommended just get yourself out there and like send 20 emails or 50 emails in a day, something crazy like that, just to get over that fear and to start getting some bites because eventually you’ll start, you know, maybe having a phone call with someone or some an email exchange back and forth or a message different on social media. And you’ll start to just kind of build that confidence and understand that, you know, even though not everyone’s going to respond to you, that’s part of the process. But again, if you do it on a more frequent basis, you’re going to get some more yes, but you’re also going to not have that kind of fear. So like I was saying, you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take, right? So start pitching and start applying on job boards and start getting yourself out there if you want to make more money writing.
Michael: 10:36 All right, strategy number three is to network, network and network. Um, it’s funny, some of the first clients that I ever had were actually from my in-person network. So it’s easy sometimes to think that yes, everything is moving online. The world is online, but when you’re pitching online and applying for job boards, you know, it’s a great way, but do not discount in person networking as well. So for example, like one of the first people that I ever started working with was a finance blog and I met them at a local financial bloggers meetup, which is, uh, called Fin Con. So if you’re in the financial blogging space, make sure you take a look at fin con. It’s a huge conference that they do once a year, but then they have like a smaller chapters in different cities. So you might have a group of financial writers and bloggers and people in that financial space that you can network with on like a quarterly basis.
Michael: 11:34 So make sure to take a look at them because that can really help you out. Because I started working with a, I went there and saying, Hey, I have a financial blog, but I am, you know, getting into writing. Um, somebody eventually, you know, heard that and I was like, Oh, well I have a really successful blog. I need writers. You know, we, we hit it off. And then for that, I mean for nearly, I don’t know, eight months, nine months, we were working together until I wasn’t really working in the financial space anymore. So, and then once he had some success with me, he actually referred me to another friend who has a blog. So I got two clients basically just from going to a free networking event. So do not discount that. And I know it’s, you know, sometimes intimidating or you don’t really want to go to those events.
Michael: 12:15 But remember all it takes is one person to really change the, uh, the way that your freelance writing business or online business is going. So just remember that sometimes you gotta get yourself out there. While I recommend always of course, doing stuff online, it’s, you know, a lot of times people like working with people they know. And once you’re in a room and you, you start to work with people, they can really see your passion and they can learn more about you, you’re much more likely to get people to say yes. So just remember that networking is an unwritten rule of success in business that I think that we kind of forget about sometimes. So please get out there, get some, um, you know, free conferences, free events, maybe a personal development seminar, whatever it is, and just let people know that you’re a writer and then you know, all it is is one connection away and someone could say, Hey, I know this person or hey know this person and it can really, really help you out.
Michael: 13:08 So kind of piggybacking on that is the fourth strategy is to ask for referrals. So another great way to land a new clients is to leverage your existing clients. So like I mentioned in that last point is that I was working with that guy and he just responded and gave me a referral with another guy that he is friends with and is also in the same space. And we started working together and I didn’t have to go through a crowded job board or send a lengthy cold pitch email or get on the phone or anything like that. And pretty much instantly I added another thousand dollars a month to my writing just by having that one referral. So remember that, you know, most bloggers and website owners, things like that, they know other people in this space. So it is important to ask for referrals. And you know, one of the things is is too is that it’s a warm introduction.
Speaker 1: 13:59 So again, you don’t have to like go in there cold. You already have your client who you’ve been working with can give you that credibility and authority without having that awkwardness, right? So it’s important to do that. But again, you don’t want to be like, you know, too spammy and ask, you know, clients every week, Hey, do you have referrals? Do you have referrals? You know, for me what I did is I basically once a quarter would reach out and just checking with my client, kinda talk about what we were able to do the last three months. And then say, Hey, is there anyone else you think I’d be a good fit with? I have some more availability, whatever the case there, because again, it’s a lot easier to close a warm referral than it is to get through a crowded job board or cold pitch.
Michael: 14:41 All right. Strategy number five to 10 X, your income is to get bold and increase or even in my case, double your rates. So this is a pretty crazy story and just shows again the power of investing in yourself. So in the beginning part of January, actually right in January of 2018 when I was like, okay, I’m going to go all in on freelance writing, I also joined an online mastermind with Benjamin Hardy and Benjamin is a top writer on medium. Very, very successful, uh, published a couple of books and he’s just someone I always looked up to. So when an opportunity came to work with them, uh, you know, I said, absolutely, I need to level up, I need to keep going. And I was able to actually get on a hot seat, call with him, uh, and, and talk to them about, you know, Hey, I’m making a couple thousand a month and, you know, kinda struggling though I need to make more.
Michael: 15:33 I’m not really sure what to do. And without skipping a beat, he just is like double your rates. And at the time, you know, I was just getting started. I was charging like maybe 10 to 12 cents a word, um, probably because I didn’t think I was qualified enough or I didn’t have, you know, enough credentials or wasn’t featured in the right publications or whatever it was. But he told me, he said, you know what, just try and pitch 20 cents or 25 cents or more a word, just get out there and see what happens. And, uh, literally within a week I did that. And the first client that I did that for, I instantly got the gig and the guy didn’t even blink. He was just like, Oh, 20, 25 cents, whatever it was. He’s like, yeah, no problem. You know, we’ll be doing four posts a month. So pretty much just like that I made $1,000 from writing four blog posts because he said, Hey, you know, go ahead and charge more.
Michael: 16:23 And this is something that I’m going to talk about a lot in the podcast because so many writers feel like they’re not going to get clients. So they discount their work and then they’re, you know, working extremely long hours and all these things. So this is something I always, you know, have my coaching students do. I always say, Hey, just get out there and be bold and just go double your rates and see what happens. Because one of two things will happen. Either. The first thing is actually, excuse me, three things. So the first thing is, is that you will get a higher rate. And like I said, that’s exactly what happened to me. He told me to double my rates and you know, he’s a, you know, very well respected a writer. He’s got millions and millions of views online and just a successful entrepreneur. So I was like, you know what?
Michael: 17:05 This guy knows what he’s talking about. What’s, what’s the worst that can happen, right? And instantly I was able to get that rate at double the price and something clicked that I was like, well, I’m never going back to 10 cents a word, right? I’m never going to actually go and apply for a new gig and say I’m only worth 10 cents because not only did I deliver the work, I actually felt like I was doing better writing than I had been in the past. And I found that my confidence really soared. So I think that’s really, really important is to understand that you can actually get people to say yes a lot more often than you think. Plus your confidence and your writing will increase. The second thing that could happen is you won’t get a higher rate or you won’t get the rate you requested.
SMichael: 17:47 So for example, let’s say, you know, I was 10 cents, I started pitching clients at 20 or 25 cents. Um, you know, and some of them would say, Oh, you know, not so much, but then we would instead settle on 15 or 17 cents a word. So, even though I didn’t get my, uh, requested rate, I still was making one and a half times what I had before. So when you start high, you have room to negotiate. When you start low, you’re already at the bottom. And if you try and negotiate down, I mean you are going to be working your fingers away for nothing. And that is the last thing I do. And again, I hate the term broke writer and broke blogger, all these things. So that is one of the reasons why those you, you’re not valuing your work and yourself enough. So trust yourself and understand that you can get a higher rate.
Michael: 18:34 And you know what the third thing that might happen is you just hear a hear nothing and you just hear crickets and you know what, who cares? Cause like I said before, nos will lead to yes. So simply put, you only have so much time in the day, so make sure you’re working on the right stuff for the right rates and you will absolutely make more money as a writer. All right? Strategy number six is to drop loser clients. Uh, you know, if you want to scale your income, don’t be afraid to raise your rates. But also guys, don’t be afraid to fire clients. And you know, at the beginning of my writing journey, I was, uh, I was grateful that anyone would actually pay me to write words online. So like the thought of firing them was the last thing I would ever think about.
Michael: 19:17 But again, back then I was operating from a scarcity mindset instead of realizing that there were endless amounts of people who will pay you to write for them. So remember, if you keep clients at low rates, just because you want to be kind, you want to be nice, it’s going to be extremely challenging to scale your business. Because like I said, in the last point, you only have so much time in the day, so you can’t just, you know, make more hours in the day. You’re gonna either have to raise your rates or get new clients. But if you’re working at a super low rate and the clients aren’t that great to work with, you’re just going to be really struggling and you’re going to be spending way too much time in front of your computer instead of actually getting paid what you’re worth. So to help you with this, every month I recommend doing an audit of your clients and really looking at not only how they are, but like the entire experience because it’s easy to think, Oh, I’m just going to work with that client because they pay me more.
Michael: 20:14 But sometimes you can work with clients that are needy and they take up a lot of your time and they’re constantly emailing and paying the invoices late and needing a bunch of edits and all this other stuff, and it’s super, super pain in the ass. So again, do not set yourself up for that. So every month do an audit of your clients. Understand, Hey, is this worth my time? Are they valuing me? Are they valuing my business? Are we helping each other out? Make sure it’s a a synergistic relationship because you don’t want to just be someone that’s taken a low rate just cause you need the money and trust me, I’ve been there. I know what it’s like, but you have to value yourself because once you free up your time and start giving yourself the ability to attract new clients, you can. But if you’re working with low paying clients that are sucking the life out of you and you’re spending all your time writing, you’re probably going to have a really, really hard time scaling that.
Michael: 21:10 So remember, your time is valuable, so start acting like it. All right, tip number seven to 10 X your income or make a lot more money writing is to master SEO. And again, if you’re new to writing or just aren’t really sure what that is, SEO is search engine optimization and one of the best skills that I learned in 2018 and continue to learn in 2019 and 2020 is to figure out how to write content that Google likes. Because if you know how to rank clients post high in Google, they will gladly retain your services. Because remember this quote, the best place to bury a body is on page two of Google search. You know, think about it. When was the last time you went on Google and actually click through to the second or third page? Like if you’re like most people, the answer is you, very rarely, sure.
Michael: 22:00 Sometimes you will, but for the most part you go to the top three listings on that first page and then you move on from there. So if you can get clients work to show up there, you are going to be a champion writer. They are going to love working with you. So remember that that has a lot of different aspects to it. It’s not like I could just say, Hey, do X, Y, Z and you’re going to, you know, get your client’s stuff to rank because SEO is a beast and it is something you need to constantly be learning about. But again, don’t feel like you have to know it all. Just try and you spend 30 minutes a week learning more about SEO. Or in my case, I bought a course. Um, Mike Pearson offers a course called stupid simple SEO. It’s a beast of a course as well, but it has so much stuff in there and he really does.
Michael: 22:43 And make it simple and way less intimidating. So I’ll link to that one in the show notes as well. But just remember that a SEO and learning how to get your clients stuff to rank high is going to be a valuable skill and will really help you charge more, which of course will help you make more in the end. All right? Tip number eight here is to write about stuff you love. So, you know, after a few years of freelance writing, I really think it’s valuable to like what you’re writing about on a regular basis. So as I mentioned before, I used to start in personal finance, but you know, after awhile I was just tired of it and I just felt like I was just really had to drag myself to do it. Writing took a long time, I wasn’t motivated. Um, you know, it wasn’t really what I wanted to do.
Michael: 23:32 And eventually I dropped all of my finance clients and I started attracting new clients because I was tired of writing about Roth IRAs and how to, you know, do this investing trick or these apps for finance and stuff like that. Like I was just over it. So for me, again, I was able to kind of switch niches into personal development entrepreneur and I started at attracting new clients and you know, really I fell in love with writing over and over again. Like I got to the point where I loved doing it and that’s where I’m at now. And that I found that if you hate your writing topics and are only doing it for the money, it’s just kind of like working in a job you hate just for the paycheck. So it’s easy to get burned out and not enjoy what you’re doing. So of course that’s the last thing I want.
Michael: 24:16 So to avoid burnout, you know, I highly recommend and invite you to find a niche or writing about something you care about because focusing on topics you love will make writing more manageable and I bet you will also make more money each month. All right? Tip number nine is to avoid complacency like the plague. And this is a, this is a one that hit near and dear for me, is that really for about once I got to about May of 2018 I was making about four to 5,000 a month. So I scaled fromzero to four or five K and about what, four or five months, something like that. And that was what I’m working part time. But then from there to September of 2018 I found that my revenue was pretty much the same every month. And the reason is because I got complacent and I was no longer struggling to stay afloat financially, which was good.
Michael: 25:07 But one of the things is is that I just found myself not really, you know, auditing my clients. I wasn’t trying to get new ones. I wasn’t raising my rates. I just kinda thought, Oh, this is, this is about what I should be able to make. And for some reason I just found myself kind of holding back. And I love this quote from Andy Grove. He said, success breeds complacency. Complacency breeds failure, only the paranoid survive. So for me, I got back to setting goals regularly and I started setting income goals, pitch goals, client goals, daily goals. And then like I said, by January I was up to 6,500. Actually I invoice for 7,000 that month. But uh, we’ll, we’ll talk about that. No paying client. Uh, but I ended up making 6,500 that month. So, you know, once I got back to setting goals, I got out of that complacency.
Michael: 25:53 And then I kept doing that in 2019 and that’s why I was able to have such a massive year in 2019 is that I was kind of paranoid. Like you need to be thinking about, you know, is this client gonna leave or how can, maybe they’re not going to have as much work, like not to be like overly paranoid and think like the world’s going to end, but you know, you really need to constantly push yourself because the brain loves to get complacent and just loves to stay the status quo. So again, you need to make sure and stay a little bit paranoid and understand. You got to keep pushing yourself and can keep leveling up your skills so you can keep making more money. All right guys. Well hopefully this is helpful. We’re onto the last one, which is tip number 10 which is to write in a second niche.
Michael: 26:37 Now a lot of people are probably thinking, wait, what? Like I thought I’m only supposed to write it in one. You know, I’m a different here than a lot of other writers, but the thing for me is, is that I’ve made probably, gosh, in 2019 alone, I don’t know, $15-20 grand just from writing about golf. And that is not my niche. That’s my secondary niche. You know, I love golf and I’m actively pursuing professional golf, but it’s not my quote unquote niche. Um, and you know, it’s one of those things though that I really, really enjoy doing. So I’m very fortunate that I found two niches, personal development, digital marketing, and that whole kind of entrepreneur space and golf. So it’s one of those things that I don’t feel like you need to just have one. You know, for me, I just have a golf writing page on my website.
Michael: 27:20 It makes it clear that that’s just more of a secondary thing that I don’t do quite as much. And it’s really helped because like I said, it’s been anywhere from like 20 to 30% of my monthly income. And it’s been great because again, it doesn’t really feel like work when you’re writing about something you really, really love. Like I’m beyond passionate about golf. Um, you know, and then I’ve been able to attract other clients in it and now I want to be starting a golf brand in 2020 so you just never really know what can happen. So if you’re a little bored with your niche and have a passion like golf, you know, try to use it to find some new gigs, whether it’s music, fitness, cooking movies or something else, like share your passion with potential clients and you never know what can happen.
Michael: 28:02 Like it might lead to more opportunities than you ever thought. And like I’ve said, I never really imagined that I would make that kind of money writing about golf. So just remember you don’t have to just have one niche, you know, I recommend not having more than two because then it is tough and you’re usually considered more of a generalist but have one that you really, you know, kick ass in and you’re a specialist but then have like a passion niche as well that you’re just beyond passionate about it. And I bet you’ll find some really cool clients and you just never know what kind of other opportunities might come up. So if you use these 10 tips, I’m confident that you can scale your freelance writing business and just make more money than you ever thought possible. Because again, writing for clients is provided me a full-time income but allowed me to do so many other cool things like start a blog, you know, start a podcast, um, work towards professional golf, have a YouTube channel, join masterminds, like all these cool things I never thought I’d be able to really do just from writing.
Michael: 29:00 But you know, like I said, I’ve, I’ve had a lot of success with it and I’m not any different than you, so I know you can do it as well. So hopefully, you know, use these 10 tips, see what she can do. Let me know if you try any of them specifically, you can always tag me on Instagram at @IAMMichaelLeonard or shoot me a DM on there. I want to know how it’s going. I want to make sure that you are crushing it as a writer here in 2020 and making more money than you thought possible. So if you have any questions, again, you can always reach out to me. Let me know. Again, my email is [email protected] and finally, again, guys, I’m, you know, really trying to grow this here in 2020 so if you haven’t left a positive review yet on iTunes, I would love it if you could, share it with family and friends, people who need this, because I am on a mission to help aspiring writers crush it in the new year and beyond. So thanks again for being here. And as always, I hope you have an Epic day.
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