Stop Burning Yourself Out Writing for Pennies in Content Mills...

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Escape the Low Paying Gigs Once and For All

Tired of spinning your wheels trying to scratch out a living writing on Textbroker, Writer Access and other content mills? Sick of low-paying gigs on bidding sites like Upwork and Fiverr? 

In this FREE ebook by six-figure freelance writers Carol Tice and Linda Formichelli, you’ll discover:

  • The exact strategies one writer used to go from $10 an hour -- to $85 an hour
  • How another writer landed a client at $1,500 an article!
  • How a Kansas writer went from only earning $1,000 per month -- to making $10,000 in a single month!
  • And other amazing success stories…

Get your FREE ebook now an start planning your escape from the mills and start earning what you’re worth. Download the ebook by clicking the button below.

What Others Are Saying:

“From $400 a month to 6 figures!”

My first three months as a freelancer, I made $400 a month. I just did my taxes, and I made well over $100,000 freelancing! Considering that last January and February I only made $1,500-2,000 a month, I’m pretty amazed — and I owe a LOT of it to what I learned from the Den! —Kat Tretina

“Earning $600 per blog post!”

A thank you to Carol: The Den was my 1st real breadcrumb on trail to earning a living #writing online. Now earning up to $600/post. —Pam Neely

“Increased my rate 10X!”

As unbelievable as it is, I got an increase from around $10 to $100 from an online pub. I wrote for them in the past, and the editor got back in touch this year and was keen to have me back. While I loved writing for this pub, I no longer wanted to work for ten bucks. Carol encouraged me to tell them “I’m getting $100 for work like that now.

I did, and completely expected them to say I’m out of their range – but just last week, the editor said she’s keen to move forward. She promised to send the contract over next week and offered to pay 50% up-front! —Kasun Pathirage