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Get Paid to Write -- Top 5 Gigs for 2016

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Dear Writer's Digest Subscriber,

This is the best time in history to be a writer ... especially if you're interested in earning a better-than-average income writing professionally from home.

Hi, Rebecca Matter here ... President of American Writers & Artists Inc. (AWAI).

We've been helping writers like you launch lucrative freelance careers for nearly 20 years now ...

And I've just finished compiling my TOP 5 highest-paid writing gigs for 2016.

Here's a few that made my list ...

The first gig is a lot like writing dialogue in a story. It's conversational, persuasive, and if you do it well, you can charge between $2,000 and $10,000 for your skill.

The second writing opportunity allows you to craft editorial-style pieces on topics you're personally passionate about ... and for 600 to 1,200 words, you can net between $100 and $500.

If you like social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, you'll love top-paying gig #3. You can set up $2,000 monthly contracts for short, simple writing projects.


And there's more where those came from.

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Why handsome fees like this are not only possible, companies expect to pay them ...

My step-by-step process for finding and landing great clients who LOVE their freelance writers ...

My #1 tip for putting yourself on the fast track to a well-paid freelance career ...

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If you're at all interested in earning a great income writing from home, this is definitely something you want to see!

To your success,

Rebecca Matter
President, AWAI

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