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These Writers Have Your Ticket to the $1,000-a-month Club

First, you’ve got to learn how to write $60 stories consistently

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Two dollars per day. That’s what a story must earn, averaged over a 30-day period, to fit into your $1,000 base pay plan. It sounds pretty easy, and sometimes it is. The hard part is doing it story after story.




If you want to improve your ability to reach your dreams then you must write well — no matter what your dreams are.

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Melinda Crow

Melinda Crow

30-year freelancer. Found on: Newsweek, Cruise Critic, MSN Travel. Writer’s Toolkit weekly series on The Writing Cooperative

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