Category Archives: Writing for Money

How to Write Great Content Fast

how to write great content fastAre you stressed about writing all that content for your websites, emails, social media, and other marketing materials? You’re not alone. These days, there’s more and more writing you need to do, and the quality standards are going up. So the question is: how to write great content fast?

How to write great content fast: 3 Options

You have 3 options when it comes to making content happen for your online presence, websites, blogs, and more. In fact, if you are doing ANYTHING online, you need quality content, and lots of it.

Every year, it’s becoming more and more important. Google loves high quality content – and it favors longer and longer articles and blog posts too! When you could write 300-word articles just a few years back, you now need a minimum of 500 words, but ideally more than 1,000 or even more. In fact, some people say that 2,000 is the best length, though others recommend even more, all the way up to 10,000!

It all boils down to the same question: how to create great content fast, especially when you’re expected to create so MUCH of it. It’s a challenging situation to be in, especially if you also have to service clients, network, create products and more.

So what are your options?

1) Pay someone to write great content for you!

Yes, paying for it is a valid option. This can be mighty expensive, of course, depending on what kind of content you’re looking for and whether you you want high quality content (the other kind really won’t do you much good).

2) Purchase and use PLR content

If paying for custom content is a bit out of your reach, you can also buy PLR content (yes, the kind I’ve been recommending for quite a while). I don’t necessarily mean you should use ONLY PLR content, but it makes for a very nice way to “pad” what content you have created (or created for you) in other ways. Just make sure you buy HIGH quality PLR!

In addition, you need to remember that others have access to the same PLR content (that’s what allows PLR to be so inexpensive). But that’s not too hard to deal with. Just do a bit of a rewrite and personalization, and you’ll be fine. And while lots of people have that same content, they’re not all going to use it! Sad but true, and in this situation it works in your favor.

3) Write it yourself

Writing it yourself is a perfect solution. It gives you the ultimate control over your content, and, depending on how fast you can write, it can make your content more affordable. Plus, yes, you can pad it with PLR 😉

So which option should you choose?

I recommend using all three of these strategies in combination. You should be able to write great content yourself if at all possible, unless you have really deep pockets. And if you decide to go for it, read on below for a way to get much better and faster at creating your own content!

Of course you should also take advantage of PLR – check out Tiff’s PLR for example (see below or at for high quality PLR on TONS of niches.

What about specialized content, i.e., sales letters and email series?

For certain purposes you may want to invest in custom content, especially when it comes to the more specialized types of writing, such as sales letters, opt-in pages, even pre-sell content, and email follow-up sequences. The same goes for scripts for video sales letters!

These types of writing require specialized training and expertise, and most writers, skilled as they may be, aren’t able to write effective sales letters and other marketing writing.

So where do you find someone who can help you out?  As it turns out, that’s what I do for my clients! If you would like to learn more about having your content created by ME, just send your phone number and some quick info to

The Secret to Writing Great Content FAST

Whether you would like to write SOME or ALL of your content yourself, if you like the DIY method, you’ve got to check out Tiffany’s newest Challenge, one that was heavily requested by her subscribers and fans. It is about… writing MORE and better, and on a daily basis.

In this course/workshop/challenge, Tiff will teach us solid action steps for churning out great content for ebooks, reports, sales copy, blog posts, and so on, and do it FAST. And yes, it includes plenty of hand holding and coaching! She’s there five days a week, answering questions and helping us out.

Even if you’re a great (and fast) writer (as am I), you’re sure to learn lots of useful stuff from Tiff. I always do – and I have a complete set of her challenges to date! I like them and Tiff’s work so much that I happily promote her as an affiliate – and give you a bonus to boot if you buy through my link.

Click here for more details about what you’ll get:

So if you want to know how to write great content fast, this will be a perfect Christmas present for yourself – and the perfect way to make sure 2017 will be your most productive and best year yet!

How To Write An eBook – Step-By-Step: New Course!

how to write an ebookI remember when I wrote my first ebook. It seemed like an overwhelming task. But the more I learned about how to write an ebook, the more I realized that it doesn’t have to be all that hard.

In fact, it could almost be kind of fun. After all, if you think about writing an ebook, it would be on a topic that interests you. At least that’s what I do. And so gathering and sorting the information you need to write it means you get to spend quality time with something you enjoy.

So how do you go about writing it? You approach it like any other complex task: one step at a time! There are different ways to do that, but it all comes down to the old principle: divide and conquer.

How to write an ebook: It’s easier than you think

Writing an ebook may sound intimidating, and a lot of that comes with thinking about those big tomes you’ve seen in the bookstore – or on your shelf. But the truth is, you don’t have to write War and Peace, or a book like the latest thrillers that seem to be sold by the pound.

There’s a time and place for those kinds of books, and if writing those books is something you’re interested in, you are unlikely to be reading this article. You’d be writing!

This article is meant for readers who are tackling their first (or maybe second) book and want to find a way to a) make it easier and b) get it done! That’s what I’d like to help you with.

The good news is that ebooks are NOT usually hundreds of pages long. In fact, most people would hate to read books that are that long. Instead, they tend to be short, maybe 20 to 50 pages or so.

Why eBooks are short

You may wonder… but aren’t people disappointed when they buy a book and it’s so short?

Not if the book is good and delivers what it promises!

The truth is that those huge manuals cover a lot of stuff, and they serve as reference books. But that’s not a good format for an ebook reader. If you have a big book on health, for example, you probably would want to put bookmarks and sticky notes inside so you can find the chapters that interest you, for example those on high blood pressure or diabetes.

But when you buy an ebook, you’re not going to buy a big reference book. You’ll buy a book that deals with the exact issue you want more information about – NOW.

So if you’re interested in diabetes, you’ll probably want to know something specific, like what you should eat and the effects it has on your blood sugar. Or you may want some recipes for a specific diet, such as a low carb diet.  You may even want very specific recipes, such as dessert recipes.

The key lies in specialization! Promise a book on yummy dessert recipes that won’t raise your blood sugar and deliver on that promise, and your readers will be very happy indeed.

Price your eBooks to reflect the amount of valuable content inside

If you’re writing a Kindle book, you should also price your eBook accordingly. If it’s short, it should probably be just 99 cents. And if it’s on the longer side, around 40 to 50 pages, you can sell it for $2.99.  The more valuable and specialized your content is, the more you can charge for it.

But this is not an article about pricing ebooks. I just included this information to reassure you that you don’t need to write a big, long book. Shorter is often better. Just be sure your content is valuable and delivers what it promises.

How to overcome writer’s block

If you’re having a bad case of writer’s block, all the tips on how to write an ebook may not help very much. You need to get over it first.

But there are quite a few highly effective strategies that can help. You can use any stress reduction strategies, from aromatherapy, deep breathing, meditation, going for a walk, or practicing EFT (emotional freedom technique). For an easy introduction to EFT, CLICK HERE!

You should also understand that your brain cannot write and edit at the same time. Those two parts of your brain simply do not work together and block each other’s activity. So when you write, focus on writing, and tell any thoughts about fixing anything to go away until you’re ready for them. Later, once you have a good portion of your work written, you can edit it if you like. Or you can wait until the whole book is done.

Find a detailed “How to write an ebook” guide

Don’t go it alone. When you’re ready to tackle your ebook, find a how-to guide (or even better, a course) and follow along with the lessons. If possible, find one where you can ask questions when you feel stuck and get supportive answers. You might even be able to get coaching to help you through the entire process.

Once you have your first ebook done, your confidence will grow, and of course you can use that same course to help you write your second (and third) ebook. You may not even need the coaching anymore.

So where can you find such a course? How about right here:

Click HERE for your How to write an eBook course!

And if you act fast, you can even get a big discount… Just use coupon code PLPS and you’ll get in at a big savings!

How To Get Paid More For Your Writing

Woman writing on laptopAre you wondering how to make money from your writing? There are so many ways, I hardly know where to start.

The happy looking young woman in the image to the left seems to have figured it out. She’s happily typing away on her laptop – and you could too.

So for this post, I’m going to focus on getting you to follow in her footsteps – and start writing – fast and faster.

Of course, writing fast and getting paid more for your writing is a huge topic, and I won’t be able to do much more than crack the surface with this one blog post – but I plan to provide more information, starting with the key to the puzzle – helping you write more and faster.

So here’s a fabulous resource that I’ll write more about further down, but just in case you’re impatient or in a hurry, here it is:

Turbo Writing

First, I’m going to cover some of the basics… and provide a few very cool resources that will help you take it to the next level.

So the first thing you need to do to make money from your writing is… write more – and one of the key ways to writing more is writing faster! That’s right! If your writing speed is really slow and it takes you days to compose an article, you’re not going to make much money, no matter how fabulous your article may be. So that’s the first thing I’ll cover.

Next, you’re surely aware of just how little certain writing jobs pay. And so I’ll give you some info and resources on how to boost that income pronto. No 5 bucks articles for you! Let’s get started…

How To Write Faster

The first thing you need to learn if you want to make serious money with your writing is to write faster. And one of the key factors of writing speed is how long it takes you to put that writing on paper – or your screen. And that means, you need a decent writing speed… So what’s your speed right now? Click here to read more!

How To Make Money Online From Your Writing

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make money from writingDo you enjoy writing? Are you wondering how you could turn your writing into an online income?

You’re in luck. While the idea of making a living from your writing has long made people think of the starving poet in his tiny studio under the leaky roof, you don’t need to be extremely lucky anymore to make a real living from your creative work.

With the internet, you can sell your writing online – and get paid well for it.

How much you get paid depends a lot on what you plan to write and where you’re going to offer it, but still – if you’re reasonably good, you can earn a pretty penny quickly.

Here are a few ideas to get you going: Click here to read more!