In this week’s Fab Freelance Writing Ezine we discuss “flipping” Web sites. This is a completely new strategy to earn freelance income.
You can op for a fast sale, selling a brand new site for around $100, or you can let the site age, and earn considerably more. One writer sold a 15-page site for high five figures.
Here’s an excerpt from the Editorial
If you’re a new freelance writer, you have unlimited opportunities, particularly when it comes to writing for the Web. If I were starting out today, I’d focus strictly on the Web.
There are two primary reasons I’d do that:
1. All publications are moving to the Web – it’s simply cheaper, and as the technology improves and with fuel price increases, plus global warming fears, making paper products less profitable and ethical, the rush of publications to the Web will speed up; and
2. I like to get paid fast. 🙂 Fast payment is essential for freelancers, because we’re always worried about our cash flow. When you write for Web sites (or write Web sites in order to sell them, as we’re discussing in this issue), you get paid as soon as you complete the article, report, or Web site. In the print world, you can wait months for payment; this is great for magazines, but it’s a real pain for writers.
So this week our article is “Write and Flip – Create a Web Site and Sell It”, which discusses creating Web sites in order to sell them immediately, or after they’ve started making an income.
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[tags]freelance writing, Web writing, Web sites, flip, sales, how to create sites[/tags]
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