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I'm launching my very first WSO in the Warrior Forum and I'm looking for honest reviewers.

This product is aimed at freelance writers who struggle to make money online and have limited resources. This is a guide that will help them improve their writing skills and find high-paying writing jobs.

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You can shoot me a copy in exchange for a review if you wish?

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Hey,

I'd love to review your product. You can send me a message if you like.

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Hello CyberDenizen,

I'd like to do a review of your wso, 3 days is no problem. I also have over 50 posts.This is an area I'm interested in but have little experience of so am always looking to improve and learn more.

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Originally Posted by cyberdenizen View Post

Hello, Warriors!

I'm launching my very first WSO in the Warrior Forum and I'm looking for honest reviewers.

This product is aimed at freelance writers who struggle to make money online and have limited resources. This is a guide that will help them improve their writing skills and find high-paying writing jobs.

PM me if you're interested and if you meet the following requirements:
  • You must have at least 50 posts. Preference will be given to War Room members.
  • You must be able to submit your review within three (3) days from the time you receive the download link to the product.

Thank you for your interest.
Hi,
I sent you a PM about 24 hours ago, but no reply from you. Is the review still available\/

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I also sent you a PM.

Did you receive it from me?

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I sent you a PM about 24 hours ago, but no reply from you. Is the review still available/
Hi, Ken. I'm sorry for not getting back to you right away. I had an important appointment and I got busy. I've replied to your PM and sent the download link. Thank you.
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I also sent you a PM.

Did you receive it from me?

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Yes, I did. Thanks. Looking forward to your review.
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Originally Posted by Flyingpig7 View Post

Hello CyberDenizen,

I'd like to do a review of your wso, 3 days is no problem. I also have over 50 posts.This is an area I'm interested in but have little experience of so am always looking to improve and learn more.

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Hi, Keren. I sent you a PM with the download link. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by phoenixflyhigh View Post

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I'd love to review your product. You can send me a message if you like.

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Sent you a PM with the download link. Thanks.
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Disclaimer: Diane ( Cyberdenizen ) was kind enough to offer me a free review copy of her guide.

Although, as stated above I received a free review copy, my thoughts for this report are honest and unbiased. I would never mislead anyone with a bogus review!

The report is a complete guide for anyone who wants to start earning money as a writer. It's primary aim is possibly for new aspiring writers who are looking to get a foot in the door, but to solely say that its just for beginners would be doing the guide an injustice.

I see myself as someone who has an understanding of how to write good content, and I was really surprised by the information, advice and resources that was in front of my eyes. I don't like to big up certain products unless they are worth it, but this is good and there are some real good nuggets of information in there that has helped me a lot, and I'm pretty certain that this product will be a massive help to a lot of others.

The 46 page report is a relatively quick and easy read that flows really well. The minute I started to read it, I was instantly hooked in with the pleasure of her writing and above all else the content I was reading and learning from!

The report first starts by sharing tips on how to improve your writing and grammar and then moves on to more advanced material such as finding well paid work and how to market yourself as a good writer and so on.

No stone is left unturned in this report, seriously, it's all in there and more.

If your considering a career or simply want to earn some extra money as a writer, then this is a must get product that comes with my full recommendation.

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Thank you for allowing me to do a review, which follows:

In ‘A Writer’s Guide to Earning More’ the author, Diane de la Cruz, offers two pdf’s to the buyer: ‘You Can Do It! and ‘Write Less, Earn More’. The pdfs complement each other, with all topics outlined touching upon the requirements needed to develop your writing skills to a level that will ensure you maximise your earning potential.

In ‘You Can Do It!’ the author looks at the skills and talents needed to become an accomplished article writer. The e-book focuses on essential research and writing skills the newbie needs to acquire to be able to earn serious money through writing. Tips, suggestions and online resources are given to enable you to gain research and writing proficiency.

In seeking information for writing your articles, you are shown effective keyword phrases to place in the Google search box to find suitable sources of information.

If you wish to test the grammatical aspects of your writing, you are shown an online resource to do that. Also, free online resources are given to improve your spelling and grammar skills.

You are encouraged to note grammatical differences among English-speaking nations and how spelling of certain words, for example, differs between the likes of American and British nations. This means that you will need to be able to write using particular idioms and expressions to suit the audience you are writing for.

In ‘Write Less, Earn More” you are shown how to demand more for your writing services. The tips and suggestions given have been learned through the author’s personal experience and the experience of her writer friends. Although the e-book was created with newbies in mind, experienced writers too can learn from these experiences.

There’s a big emphasis in the e-book on the essential need to be proficient with spelling and grammar in your writing for success in demanding premium rates with your writing. Being able to write coherently and having the ability for your writing to flow from idea to idea without ambiguity is essential for readers to grasp your points without misunderstanding an article’s intent. Diane covers these points in great detail and offers resources to help you assess and improve your writing skills.

The author points out that having a website presence is an important way to build a writer’s portfolio. How to build an effective website is detailed within the e-book report.

Joining online message boards and forums as free members is another way to obtain judgement on your writing skills. Diane lists some of the resources you can join.

Both e-books offer exhaustive avenues for improving your writing skills and for obtaining premium-paid writing work. I would have no hesitation in recommending ‘A Writer’s Guide to Earning More’ to both newbies and experienced writers.
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Hi

I would be happy to offer a review and get it to you within 24 hours.

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I received a review copy of “Write Less Earn More” written by Diane de la Cruz. In the ZIP File I received there are 2 PDF Documents, one with title “Write Less Earn More” and the other with the title “You Can Do It”.

In the first book Diane takes us by hand introducing each step for easy writing. Starting with “Assessing and Improving Your Writing Skills”, she explains step by step on ways to improve your writing skills, free online resources towards this end. Diane explains how to be a topic specialist and also how to be a specialist in a particular type of content. If I tell everything here you will not have that tempo that you will have when you go through the book yourself.

Similarly in her second book “You Can Do It“, Diane explains about freelance writing, research, how to develop your skills as an article writer, topic research resources, information resources for your article writing, SEO article writing etc.

In both the books Diane has given extensive links to various resources that you need to improve your writing skills.

In my opinion these books are worth acquiring.

Disclaimer: What I wrote in the review above is my personal opinion which may differ with the opinion of others. One should make their own assessment while investing in a book/product/service online.

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I just finished reading the review copies and I must say that I am impressed. As a writer, there are resources in this course that I wish that I knew when I started out. She tells you where to find writing gigs and how to improve your writing skills so that you can earn higher paychecks. All in all, a very good course for those who wish to make money online through their writing skills.

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Hello kabayang Diane!

I guess I'm late to the party as you're no longer giving out review copies. Anyway, I wish you all the best and good luck with your upcoming WSO!


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I was fortunate to receive a review copy of this..

This is a package of 2 pdfs stuffed with loads of valuable information packed into 46 & 44 pagesrespectively. They are aimed I'm guessing for beginners to intermediate writers, I found info here that I've not seen before that could be really useful.

The first guide has lots of great advice on where to get help to improve your writing and gives lots of links if you wish to research further.
There are valuable sections on looking for clients, a great section on marketing your services and a section that I have not seen elsewhere about Negotiation for fees of new projects. Best of all Guest Blogging quite a detailed section. Diane obviously knows her stuff.

I would have liked to seen some advice on putting together a writers Porfolio, about what needs to be shown and what clients are likely to be impressed with.


In the second pdf is related to writing your articles the research, grammar, and Seo keyword density showing you what to do with them. Which I think is a vital skill all writers need to understand if they want to get better paying jobs.

My conclusion is this is an excellent wso I would be very happy to buy it, its something that can be dipped into again and again. I would also recommend it to my list if I had one interested in writing.

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Disclaimer: I received a review copy of this WSO. However, that had no bearing over my true opinion of this product.

There are two eBooks: Write Less, Earn More & You Can Do It!

I started with You Can Do It first. When I first started reading it I thought it would be a great guide for newbies; however, as I continued I realized that it had some nuggets in it for the intermediate writer, too.

The second eBook, Write Less & Earn More introduces where and how to get jobs. The information in this book would be beneficial for writers of all levels, newbies, intermediate and advanced. Diane has linked to a huge number of resources that are crucial for success in authorship.

With this easy reading material you'll discover how to research, outline, write articles, do search engine optimization, command the best price for your work, build your portfolio and avoid common grammatical errors. And she provides even more information so you can get started right away....

Overall, this is a practical WSO for those writers who desire to get paid more than peanuts for their craft.
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I already spent months of research on freelance writing, reading tens of different books on this topic. Therefore, I started reading Diane’s book while experiencing a strange combo of skepticism and curiosity. Was there anything new and exciting for me to read in it? You bet it was.

Perhaps one of the biggest advantages of this product is her talent for picking the right online resources to support every single section of the book. You will get to read in it about the reverse dictionary, visuwords and wordhippo, plus a nice tip on trying transcription jobs on rev.com. For someone looking to improve their English knowledge, these are extremely useful resources that otherwise could be overlooked.

From how to improve your English the book takes you to several online resources for aspiring writers, followed by a nice way to keep all your sources of information in one place with Feedly. Then you get to learn from where you can get honest reviews and critiques for your work and the processes goes on smoothly for tens of other pages.

Information is well condensed and backed up by some of the most important resources that help with achieving those stages. Content is clear, logic and concise, striking you every now and then with info you feel bad you did not come up with it yourself.

From where I stand, the e-book would need just one more thing to be complete – several concise examples on how exactly to pitch for a writing gig. I have read some books providing specific query letter samples and I found them useful – I am sure this guide would be perceived as perfect when topped with some practical ideas in this direction.

Otherwise, the only negative thing I can think of is that she has chosen to write an e-book instead of a novel I really enjoyed reading this book and I sure filled my bookmark with many resources thanks to it!
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Disclaimer: I received a review copy of this WSO by Diane. However, that had no bearing over my true opinion of this product.

Diane has done something extraordinary in her books. She has not only covered the topics to make you a better writer but she has also added how to be a better entrepreneur i.e how can you negotiate and get paid for your handwork and talent.

She has also covered the basics to start your own website with the plugins that could actually help you in establishing firm grounds. If you are a newbie that is a huge time savor and worth gold for you.

She has provided multiple sources to help any one who is interested in honing their skills.

I absolutely loved it, it is way more than my expectations and Highly Recommended for anyone who is serious about making money online.

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Thank you very much for reviewing my WSO. I'll be launching it very soon.
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Diane was kind enough to give me a review copy of Write Less, Earn More (thanks, Diane! ) and here are my honest thoughts on it:

I've read several serious pieces about freelancing online as a writer and how to make some serious money from it. I would rate Diane's work as one of the best pieces that I have come across so far.

Write Less, Earn More is a comprehensive and detailed ebook that discusses so many facets of freelance writing - from honing one's writing skills, to finding writing clients who pay handsomely, to creating a professional marketing platform by which one would sell his or her writing services.

Diane has clearly covered all the bases in her ebook that anyone who is into online freelance writing - beginner, intermediate or pro - would find it replete with valuable information relevant to their respective skill levels.

Here are the main reasons why I love Write Less, Earn More:
  1. It is written in a professional and impeccable manner.
  2. The information it contains is mostly presented in a step-by-step format, making it easy to digest and mentally retain (i.e., how to sharpen your writing skills, how to market your writing services, etc.).
  3. It is loaded with tons of remarkably useful resources (i.e., how to access and read web pages that are no longer live on the internet, where to get one's writing work constructively critiqued by professional writers, where to find writing gigs that pay top dollar, how to use a very popular social media platform to find well-paying writing clients, etc.).
I'm sure a lot of budding - and established - freelance writers will find Diane's ebook an excellent addition to their collection of writing resources.

Grab this ebook with both hands, devour it from the first to the last pages, then TAKE ACTION on what you learn from it. You will make money with this - I'm sure of that.

Thanks for sharing your knowledge to the WF community, Diane! Good job, kabayan!


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Diane has given me the opportunity to review her books - Write Less, Earn More and You Can Do It. I’m very impressed with the information provided.

The first book, You Can Do It, offers useful tips for those looking to get into freelance writing. I’ve found some great information on where to find writing jobs, how to create eye-catching titles, and how to structure your articles.

One of the things I like the most is that Diane shares her personal experiences as a professional writer, so you can relate to her when reading the book. She has even included a few sample articles to help readers figure out how a piece of content should look like.

The second book, Write Less, Earn More, shows how to improve your writing skills and become an expert in your niche. As a blogger, I've found these tips very helpful and to the point. This book has over 45 pages of content, featuring step-by-step instructions on how to get started in freelance writing. It was a nice surprise to see that Diane explains how to set up your blog, what plugins to use, and how to create your portfolio. If you’re not familiar with WordPress, you’ll find everything you need in this book.

And I just wish something like this was available when I started my blog. Personally, I would recommend these books to anyone who wants a career in freelance writing.

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