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6 Reasons Why Case Studies Are A Terrific Market For Freelance Writers


6 Reasons Why Case Studies Are A Terrific Market For Freelance Writers

Here's the big news from ForCopywritersOnly.com: Demand for copywriters is on the rise. But few freelance writers know about this exciting and lucrative business. This article explains.

I remember the first time a client asked me to write a study.

I was heartbroken. It was the beginning of my career as a freelance writer, and I had no idea what it was like. I have many questions. "What is the study?" "How tall is it?" "What's the process?" "How much should I charge?" »

I had no idea.

Of course, these days, I know better. Many others. In fact, I write several courses for clients every year.

Case studies are now at the top of my list of the most interesting - and lucrative - projects I manage. (I'm so glad this client gave me that service all those years ago!)

If you don't know much about studying, don't worry. They are very simple. A case study is just a fancy name for a success story - a story of a customer being satisfied with their experience using a product or service. Lately, I have noticed that many companies are looking for writing courses, but it is difficult to find writers who can do the job.

It means WORDS to you and me.

It's better. Consider the following:

1. Case studies are not difficult to write. They are similar in style and format to newspaper articles. So if you can write one, you can write a study.

2. Short course

Usually around 400-800 words. Once you gain experience, you can beat one in less than a day. 3. The process is organized

Unlike advertising and instant messaging, you don't have to worry about coming up with a compelling new idea or a killer headline. The curriculum design is very simple. All that is required of you is to get the facts and write a good article.

4. Journalists wanted

Many companies are struggling to get content written today more than ever before. I can't give you exact numbers, but in my opinion, the demand for authors has increased significantly in the last two years.

5. There is little competition

I don't know why, but few copywriters struggle with this market. Some may not even know it exists. Others may wrongly think that study is boring or technical. It's not true! Writing a novel is a story. It's funny.

6. The study pays

It's pretty amazing. Now, you won't get paid by direct mailers. But many clients pay a good price for writing a study. Earning $100 an hour is not an unreasonable expectation for an experienced writer. I know many people who earn more.

Now, the study market continues. Why don't you check in and get your share of these interesting and lucrative writing gigs?

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