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Bob Bly, author of 100 books and the man McGraw-Hill calls “America’s top copywriter,” shows you how to…

Double or Triple Your Freelance Writing Income This Year – Without Raising Your Fees!

It’s simple: write faster … get more work done in less time … and earn $100,000+ a year as a busy, in-demand freelance writer.

About Bob Bly

Bob Bly is a full-time freelance copywriter specializing in direct marketing. He earns more than $600,000 a year from his freelance copywriting, and became a self-made multi-millionaire while still in his 30s.

A copywriter for more than a quarter of a century, Bob has written promotions for over 100 clients including Phillips, Agora, KCI, 21st Century, Weiss Research, EBI Medical Systems, Sony, IBM, AT&T, Grumman, Crain Communications, McGraw-Hill, IBM, Intuit, and AlliedSignal.

Bob is the author of more than 90 books including The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Direct Marketing (Alpha), The Ultimate Unauthorized Star Trek Quiz Book (HarperCollins), The Copywriter’s Handbook (Henry Holt), The Science in Science Fiction (BenBella), and, with Bo Dietl, Business Lunchatations (Penguin).

He has published more than 100 articles in such publications as Subscription Marketing, Direct, Business Marketing, Writer’s Digest, and Amtrak Express.

Bob’s writing awards include a Gold Echo from the Direct Marketing Association, an IMMY from the Information Industry Association, two Southstar Awards, an American Corporate Identity Award of Excellence, and the Standard of Excellence award from the Web Marketing Association. He also taught writing at New York University.

Bob has appeared as a guest on dozens of TV and radio shows including The Advertising Show, Bernard Meltzer, CNBC, and CBS Hard Copy. He has been featured in major media ranging from the LA Times and Nation’s Business to the New York Post and the National Enquirer.

What they say about Bob Bly

“Bob Bly is to direct marketing what Mozart is to music.”
--Steve Roberts, Edith Roman Associates

“America’s top copywriter.”

"One of the best copywriters in the business."
--Michael Meanwell, author, "The Wealthy Writer”

"Bob Bly is one of the most successful copywriters in the world. I've used his services and purchased a lot of his materials -- and always profited from both."
-Bob Serling, President, Idea Quotient

“Considered one of the best copywriters in the country."
--David E. Wright, President, International Speakers Network

"There's no better copywriter than Robert W. Bly, the man I call the 'King of Copy.' He can teach you more about the art and science of marketing than anyone I know."
--Richard Dean Starr

"20 years ago, when Bob Bly starting teaching copywriting, the field was deeply shrouded in mystery. Now, thanks to Bob, learning copywriting, though still a tricky proposition, is much easier."
--Ken McCarthy

"For over 25 years, Bob Bly has set the gold standard in results-oriented business-to-business writing."
--Roger C. Parker, author, Looking Good in Print

“Perhaps the most famous copywriter of all."
--Apryl Duncan

"When it comes to educating his fellow copywriters and marketers, Bob Bly is the master."
--Dianna Huff

"Bly Rules!"
-— Murray Raphel, Raphel Marketing

"Mr. Copy."
-— Markus Allen, Publisher

"There is no greater authority on business-to-business direct response copywriting than Bob Bly. What impresses me most about Bob Bly is his knack for making things clear and simple."
--Scott Miller

"Bob Bly is among the most accomplished self-employed copywriters in recent years."
-- Steve Slaunwhite

"Bob Bly is probably the best business-to-business, high tech. industrial, direct marketing copywriter in the country."
-- John Clausen

"Perhaps the most famous copywriter of them all."
-- The Writer

"[A] freelance writing dynamo...."
-- Writer's Digest

"One of the great copywriters in the direct marketing industry...."
-- Ruth Stevens, author, The DMA Lead Generation Handbook

"...[a] copywriting giant..."
--Freelance Writer's Report

"Bob Bly is a human machine who has been outputting high-grade direct marketing copy for decades. I've read a few of his numerous books and have learned much from this pro."
-- Larry Chase, Web Digest For Marketers

Renowned direct marketing practitioner and prolific author Bob Bly [is] nationally recognized for his control-beating copy. [He] knows how to write for results."
--Kansas City Direct Marketing Association

"Bob Bly is in the upper echelon of direct mail and email copywriters and he's an all-around direct marketing guru. In addition to hundreds of successful campaigns for technology clients, Bly has authored or co-authored more then 50 books."
--Bruce Hadley, softwareceo.com

"Bly is probably one of the world's most famous and experienced copywriters. He is also a noted authority on the creation of online copy and online trends."
--The Compulsive Reader

"Bob Bly is a world-class copywriter."
--Paul Hartunian

"I've known Bob for a long time. His stuff is terrific."
--John Forde, Copywriter's Roundtable

"Bob Bly [is] a prolific advertising genius."
--Joe Vitale, "Mr. Fire"

"I went to Amazon.com and got a copy of Secrets of a Freelance Writer. Wow! ... I loved it! Packed with info. The book had a 'readability' about it that took away all my fears, put me at ease, and made me feel that I wasn't treading on foreign soil. I kept saying to myself, 'I can do that, I can do that!'"
-- Ronald J. Rich

"Your books served as a complete reference when I started my own freelance writing business a year and a half ago. By following the advice you laid out, I quickly reached goals that I had set for year three of my business within the first year. My philosophy is, if you've written it or recommended it, I want to read it."
-- Carla Jahnson

"I own a copy of The Copywriter's Handbook, which is priceless. Thank you for making this information available to those of us on a shoestring."
-- Mary Klaebul, Memphis, TN

"I own Secrets of a Freelance Writer: How to Make $85,000 a Year and The Copywriter's Handbook. Both are Great. You did a great job of getting to the nitty gritty. I admire and respect what you have done."
-- Derek A. Chilcoat

"FYI, you started me off with your tape series on freelance copywriting, and I'm an avid reader of yours."
-- Scott T. Smith, Bozeman, MT

"Having read two of your books, Secrets Of... and The Copywriter's Handbook, I am now taking the leap. If not for the strong encouragement of your books, I might not have jumped.

Thanks again for the road map that your books offered."
-- Eddie Adelman

"I am a great fan and avid reader of your books. When I first started out in this copywriting business nearly ten years ago, your Secrets of a Freelance Writer was my bible (it's so dog-eared, some of the pages are coming apart). You continue to be a great source of inspiration and education."
-- John M. Mora, Plainfield, IL

"Thank you for all the books you've written over the years -- I have enjoyed many of them, and profited from what I've learned. I've been reading Become a Recognized Authority in Your Field this past month -- it's helping me really do the things I've always wanted to do."
-- Michael Knowles

"I read Write More, Sell More a few years ago and loved it."
- Steve Slaunwhite

"The first time I read your book Secrets of An "$85,000 Freelance Writer I laughed at the fact of picturing myself as a business writer. The second time I read it, I made over $1,000 in a week. I'm laughing for a much better reason now."
-- Grady Smith

"I loved your book The Copywriter's Handbook. It has sincerely helped me in my business and is worth every penny I spent on it!"
-- Brian Maquire, Portland, OR

"Had I not discovered your Secrets of a Freelance Writer and The Copywriter's Handbook, I would still be a frustrated, unfulfilled hack. Thank you for saving me from that! I appreciate you sharing your knowledge with the rest of us and allowing us to take a piece of the pie. I already love this new career that I never would have discovered without your guidance. Thanks."
-- Elizabeth Hanes

Dear Writer:

If you are a freelance writer … or hope to be some day … I want to share with you a simple secret that can double – or even triple – your writing productivity, output, and income this year:

The faster and more efficiently you write, the more saleable writing you produce … and the more money you will make!

For instance, SB, a writer I met at a writing conference, told me he got a $160,000 advance to write a nonfiction book.

Wow! Sounds like a lot of money, right? I was jealous: I’ve never gotten a book advance even close to that.

The only problem is, the book was a complex project involving a lot of work – and SB is an extremely slow writer.

It took SB 6 years to research and write the book, during which time he worked on little else – amazing as that sounds.

That means his income for that period was about $27,000 a year.

On the other hand, I just wrote a long and complicated sales promotion for one of my copywriting clients.

Using speed-writing techniques I want to share with you … if you will let me … I completed this 8,000-word sales letter in just 2 full days!

My fee was $10,000. So if I did one of these each week, I’d be earning $500,000 a year, taking it easy, working just a couple of days a week.

In reality, most of my writing jobs take more time, and I put in long hours at the PC.

But I am handsomely rewarded, earning $600,000 to $700,000 a year – virtually all of it from my writing.

Now I want to show you how to double or triple your freelance writing income and….

…shift your writing productivity into high gear!

The main reason I make so much money as a freelance writer – more than 20 times what SB earns – is not that I’m a great writer … or that I charge high fees.

It’s that I am a fast writer.

Because I’m fast, I can get done in a day what it takes other writers a week to accomplish.

But here’s the thing: I’m not a naturally fast writer.

It’s just that I’ve developed – over my quarter of a century in freelance writing – a number of methods that enabled me to work faster, more efficiently, and more productively than 99% of the writers I know.

Now, in my best-selling e-book, The Super-Productive Writer, I share my best writer’s productivity tips and tactics with you -- so you too can make more money writing.


  • What many prolific writers have that most ordinary writers often lack. Page 39.
  • A sure-fire way to gain 5 extra hours of productive writing time a week -- every week of the year. Page 17.
  • Do you ever procrastinate, especially on large or difficult projects? Use this “modular” approach to making the assignment less daunting – and vanquish your anxiety. Page 19.
  • 12 ways to double your output – and your earnings – when writing magazine articles. Page 79.
  • How many words per day should you set as your production goal? The answer may surprise you. Page 50.
  • How to get other people to write your books, articles, and other copy for you – absolutely free. Page 28.
  • 10 simple ways to turn “dead time” between writing projects into productive, profitable time. Page 55.
  • How productive – and profitable – do you have to become before you can quit your day job and become a full-time freelance writer? Page 40.
  • Attend this free “writer’s boot camp” for boosting your writing productivity … and even get paid while you learn! Page 75.
  • How to avoid wasting time – and make the time you do have pass much more productively and enjoyably. Page 53.
  • Do you really want to be a prolific writer? Quick self-assessment quiz reveals true answer. Page 44.
  • How to organize your writer’s office to maximize your comfort and writing productivity. Page 52.
  • SS earns only $1.18 an hour from his nonfiction writing, but RS makes $250,000 a year. Neither commands a high fee. So what makes the difference? Page 43.
  • 7 ways to make writing more fun – and less agonizing – even when you’re under the gun with big projects on tight deadlines. Page 72.
  • How to have a staff of capable assistants at your beck and call – without hiring a single employee. Page 68.
  • The worst mistake writers make about money – and how to avoid it. Page 41.
  • 7 ways to handle the pressure, get all your work done, and meet all your deadlines when you’re overwhelmed with too many writing assignments. Page 61.
  • Why networking with your fellow writers can totally ruin your productivity and writing output. Page 34.
  • How to set priorities in your freelance writing business – and stick with them even when you don’t feel like doing so. Page 3.
  • The one time when you should NEVER stop working on what you are writing – no matter what happens. Hint: it has nothing to do with deadlines. Page 35.
  • The top 25 writing strategies for doubling or tripling your productivity, output, and writing income. Page 8.

  • How to guard your most precious resource – your time – more closely than the gold in Fort Knox. Page 34.
  • Why you should get up and walk around as little as possible – except to stretch or for exercise – if you want to be a highly productive writer. Page 46.
  • The “60-minute” method of planning your daily writing schedule. Page 2.
  • Easy way to cut your time spent on research … filing … proofreading … copy editing … marketing … and bookkeeping to practically zero – freeing you to concentrate on profitable writing work. Page 67.
  • The secret “first-draft” strategy of the world’s most successful – and productive – writers. Page 49.
  • Yes, you should use Google for research. But you should also build a small personal reference library … and stock it with the valuable reference books listed on page 24.
  • Slash your writing time in half, without reducing your output, by writing with a coauthor. Turn to page 31 to find out how.
  • You only need to keep 3 different to-do lists to become totally organized and super-efficient – and here’s what goes on each list. Page 4.
  • Conducting research for your writing projects online? How to know whether information you find on the Web is fact, opinion, or – worse -- pure fiction. Page 26.
  • Drained by too much writing? How to maintain peak energy throughout the day – even when you’re exhausted. Page 18.
  • What the late Isaac Asimov – prolific author of more than 458 published books – can teach you about avoiding writer’s block. Page 32.
  • A system for handling paper files. Saves you hours of time searching in vain for important materials you need for your current writing projects. Page 21.
  • The absolute best writing style for freelance writers who want to be prolific and productive. Page 6.
  • One deadly mistake not only ruins your productivity – it ruins your writing, too. And countless writers commit this sin daily. Page 33.
  • How to identify “time wasters” – and purge them from your life – to gain many extra hours of writing time each month. Page 12.
  • Simple secrets for keeping electronic files on your hard drive super-organized and instantly retrievable – saves you hours of time! Page 22.
  • How to design your work space for maximum productivity and comfort. Page 48.
  • Must you actually enjoy writing to be a productive, highly paid freelance writer? Page 51.
  • Proven 5-step writer’s business plan can put you on track to earn $50,000 or more from your freelance writing this year. Page 15.
  • How to make sure you are always busy with paying assignments – and never sitting around waiting for editors or clients to call with work. Page 60.

"I bought this book from you today, and I can't put it down. You go into real specifics here that I'm confident will make me a heck of a lot more productive. Thank you!"
--Galel Fajardo

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The writer’s productivity tips in The Super-Productive Writer have literally made me millions of dollars during my freelance writing career.

Just listen to what readers of earlier editions of this manual have said....

"If you are serious about writing for money, this book belongs at the front of your reference shelf." -- Lin Stone

"Bly ... offer (s) a great deal of writing wisdom in this popular book." --Tim Drake

"If writing is what you do for a living ... there is plenty of material here that will help you as a writer realize a better return on your effort." -- Thomas Duff

I’m confident my super-productivity tips can help make an extra $1,000 … $5,000 … even $10,000 or more in your freelance writing business this year.

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If you know business, you know that’s a great deal.

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That’s right. If, after reviewing The Super Productive Writer, you don’t agree that it has doubled or tripled your writing productivity – and your output of saleable material….

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