Extremely Lucrative Writing Niche – Speech Writing



Extremely Lucrative Writing Niche – Speech Writing by Bob Bly

“What’s a writing niche in which you can make a lot of money, but – unlike health or financial – doesn’t have too much competition?”

Well, I’ve found just such a niche for you — speechwriting:

Did you know you can make between $2,000 and $3,250 writing a single 20-minute speech — and you can do it in just a day or two?

Speechwriting is a relatively easy form to master … extremely lucrative … fun … intellectually stimulating … and less commercial than direct mail, online, and many other types of copywriting.

Plus, there are relatively few experienced speechwriters working today. So there’s plenty of work for everyone.

I’ve been writing speeches, on and off, for over 3 decades – and have been paid as much as $10,000 for a single presentation (though that was a full-hour lecture).

In my e-book “Speechwriting for Fun and Profit,” I reveal everything you need to make a six-figure income as a freelance speechwriter.


** Shortcuts to getting your first few speechwriting clients and assignments. Plus: easiest speechwriting project to start with.

Page 28.

** The 3 secrets of achieving lasting success as a freelance speechwriter. Page 31.

** Where to get lists of potential clients you can contact about speechwriting work. Page 32.

** Typical rates earned by freelance speechwriters per assignment and per hour. Page 15.

** How to find speechwriting assignments online – and bid for them successfully. Page 39.

** And so much more….

For details . or to download “Speechwriting for Fun and Profit”

on a 90-day risk-free trial basis … just click here now:

 Once on the page click on products (left hand side) then scroll down to Speech Writing Magic.


Bob Bly


One response to this post.

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