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    "Bob Bly, author of 70+ books and the man McGraw-Hill calls "America’s top copywriter," reveals
    how you can ...

Get Paid Top Dollar For Every Article
You Write! 

"This Hidden market" for freelance article writing is 4X more lucrative than conventional magazines – and MUCH less competitive ... and easier ... to break into.

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 writing, speaking, and consulting, and became a self-made multi-millionaire while still in his 30's.

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, Intuit, and AlliedSignal.

Bob is the author of more than 70 books including The Copywriter’s Handbook (Henry Holt) and , Public Relations Kit for Dummies (Dummies Series). He has published more than 100 articles in such publications as Successful Meetings, Direct, Business Marketing, Chemical Engineering Progress, Cosmopolitan, Computer Decisions, 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 marketing 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. He was a featured speaker at the 2006 annual conference of the National Speakers Association.

What they say about Bob Bly's copy and counsel

"Good things are happening. I am getting a steady stream of Trial and Demo requests from the new site. These requestors are filling out the entire contact form. The site is simpler now, and I am still working to make it even more so. I appreciate your work."
—Jim Romano, DataForceOne

"Thank you so much for your wonderful work. It has been a pleasure working with you and I look forward to working with you on another project in the near future. You were always available, quick to answer questions and always exceeded my expectations. You truly are a gifted writer."
—Aaron Griffith, The Griffith

"Bob, again thanks for the great copy. You consistently help us reach customers with compelling, actionable content, when others just can't!"
—William McElleney, IBM

"The feedback keeps coming in and we all agree yours was a truly helpful, useful, insightful and effective workshop. You did a fantastic job inspiring the troops and we've already begun applying some of the key learnings."
—Paul Connors, Copywriting Manager, A large financial services company in the Chicago area

"Bob ... your creative work, patience, and 'partnership' with us at IT Group has virtually propelled us to another level of business professionalism and recognition. The response we've received from your letters has been nothing short of tremendous. We've not only derived significant business from these unforgettable mailings--your efforts have sparked a creative energy within our ranks which will assist us in years to come. Thanks for your guidance and counsel."
—John A. Fallone, IT Group International

"I hired Bob on his reputation, and found it is well-deserved. His fact-finding process in preparation to write our copy was both painless and enlightening. The final deliverables were right on time as promised, and better than expected – which is saying a lot because my expectations were high. The first time I read his copy for our project, I literally got chills down my back – he nailed it the first time. Wow."
—Dennis Rosenberg, VP Marketing, VNUS Medical Technologies, Inc.

"Bob Bly did an amazing job with our company brochure. We are very impressed with his capacity to learn our product and to write copy so clearly and pointedly. Bob Bly is a great marketing investment."
—Michael Manoussos, Manhole Barrier Systems

"Great white paper! I’m in favor of the entire submission. Please congratulate Bob on a great effort."
—Michael C. Howard, Chasm Recovery

"Your Tax Loopholes ad looked great and is performing very well. Thanks for the strong copy."
—Brian Kurtz, Boardroom

"You did an excellent job. It's been a pleasure working with you on this project."
—Edward Brunet, Decatur Professional Development, LLC

"Thank you very, very much for doing such a great job on the ad. I was one of those folks who would read the ads in the DAK catalog by Drew Kaplan and this was as enjoyable for me as that."
—Chris Pickering, MeritDirect

"Bob ... Just got the copy and advertisement you did for my new book ... It's great! You are good! Great job ... you have tremendous insights into what excites and what sells!"
—Don Libey, Libey Incorporated

"In my opinion, you are the best copywriter in the software industry."
—Judy MacDonald, Director of Marketing, Direct Response

"When I received the piece, I thought, I'll have to skim over it now and read it later. But, once I started, I couldn't stop! You did a GREAT job with Ken's story. I love it. It kept me reading. I'm VERY pleased with it."
—Craig Simpson, Ken Roberts Company

"Bob, It's been a pleasure to work with you!!! Thank you so much! I'm very happy with the copy; I feel it will give me good results."
—Alejandra P. Bigai, Romanicos Chocolate

"Thanks again for a great job."
—Davis Ross, Ross Advertising

"I just wanted to thank you again for the excellent work you did for us. You are the man and I can't tell you how much I admired your approach and service. Although I've never worked with a copywriter before, I think you set the standard pretty high. I look forward to working with you again. You certainly have my vote for the next round!"
—DP Jovine, Tycoon Research

"Great job – I’m always amazed at how you can boil the complex down into simple terms. It flows very well."
—Kyle Hodgens, Capital Financial Media

"Thank you for the copy. I see why you're the expert. It's so simple, it's brilliant."
—Sau Hyoung Pak, Big Machine

"The radio spots are very well done. I am very impressed with your work and copywriting expertise. We will be making the changes to the print ad as you suggested. In the future we may work with you to design a totally new print ad. Again I'd like to say I'm impressed with your services. You were prompt, informative, and definitely know your stuff. We will be recommending you to others and doing repeat business."
—Joshua Andrews, Health Solutions, LLC

"When people get to the promotion, the promotion has a good conversion rate. In one test, it actually had a 14% conversion to sale... can't ask for much better than that."
—David Galland, Casey Research

"I loved the ad! I don't see any reason for revision so I have already put through a check request for the balance I owe you on the ad. We are very excited about this one. I can't wait to see how it does. Thanks so much!"
—Alice Wessendorf, Agora Health Book

"I show off the work that we did on lead generation for negotiation -- as well as the conversion program from HMCL -- as big successes."
—Paul Szymanski, Harvard Business School Publishing

"Thank you for being very instrumental on making the launch of the wealth management book such a resounding success. It was so successful that we had to request more copies."
—Ingrid Boney, II

Thanks, Bob! You are awesome to work with."
—Matt Morsa, Stock Secrets, Inc.

"I've spoken to a thousand copywriters over the years and Bob Bly is the best. He knows what he's doing."
—Joe Culotta, Natural Medicine Co.

"I am happy to report to you that your piece out produced the 4 other packages we tested against it. I want to talk to you about another project...."
—Nick Roumi, Pacific Coast Funding

"This is an outstanding letter. Really nice work!"
—Paul Szymanski, Harvard Business School Publishing

"Like the package ... the tone ... I think it's excellent."
—Bill Caskey, Caskey Sales Achievement


Dear Writer:

Sure, you could do what every other freelance writer is doing to make money.

You can buy Writer’s Market ... or check one of the other guides to the periodical market.

Find magazines you think might publish your writing.

Sit around and dream up article ideas for them – gratis, of course, since the editors aren’t paying you to do so.

Then spend many additional hours writing query letters – and sending them to editors in the hopes they’ll hire you to write an article for their magazine.

Of course, most don’t really "hire" you. At best, they merely encourage you to go ahead and write your article ... and agree to look at it once it’s finished.

But they’re not obligated to buy the article you write for them. Not in the least.

At their whim, they can reject your article. You earn nothing – or at best, a measly "kill fee."

Are you beginning to see that making a decent living by writing magazine articles is an uphill battle at best ... and a pipe dream at worst?

The simple truth is: writing articles for magazines doesn’t pay very well.

Many top markets pay the same dollar a word that they paid 5, 10, even 20 years ago.

And that’s the top tier. Thousands of other magazines pay nominal fees for articles -- $100 ... $75 ... even $50 or less – for an article that could take you as long as a week to research and write!

Worse, many magazines don’t pay at all ... or just pay contributors with free copies of the magazine in which their article is published.

Novice freelancers write for these markets to gain clips, bylines, and experience. Smart? Maybe. But it sure hurts the rest of us – by driving article fees down to rock-bottom levels.

You see, pay scales for freelance writers in magazine publishing have remained flat for decades.

Thinking you can make more money writing online articles for Web sites and e-newsletters? Think again ... .

There are dozens of Web sites where e-newsletter editors can download more articles to than they could ever hope to run. All of them free.

Why? The authors of these e-zine articles make their money from publicity and exposure.

The articles they write and give away are seen by thousands of Internet users. A small fraction of these readers click to the author’s Web site, where they order his products.

But don’t despair

If you burn to write articles – and get paid handsomely for your work – there’s a "hidden" magazine market that can enable you to do just that.

The name of this hidden, highly lucrative magazine market, along with all the details of writing for it – including the names of the publications ... how to contact their editors ... articles they need written ... how they select writers for assignments ... what they pay ... .

Are all revealed in my new e-book, Top Dollar for Your Articles. This simple, unique guide can double or triple your article writing income this year. Best of all, you can examine it risk-free for the next 90 days by clicking below now:


Making $100,000 a year as a freelance magazine writer – once difficult, now easy!

The "hidden" magazine market you’ll discover is corporate magazines.

If that news disappoints you, it shouldn’t. Many of the company magazine markets listed in Top Dollar for Your Articles rival the slickest consumer magazines in graphics, production values – and writing.

Think these magazines just want you to recycle press releases or write boring stories about their products. Not at all!

Today’s corporate magazine editors want to give their readers great reading, often on fascinating topics. Everything from how to prevent global warming to robots that perform human surgery. And you’ll be rewarded handsomely for your efforts.

Now, in my new e-book, Top Dollar for Your Articles, you get clear, easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions on getting paid to write freelance articles for company magazines.


  • Why writing articles can help you promote your business twice as effectively as paid advertising – at half the cost. Page 1.
  • Who do you contact about getting article assignments at companies that publish corporate magazines? The editor-in-chief? Marketing Director? Corporate Communications Manager? CEO? Page 11.
  • 5 easy ways to identify company magazines – and their editors – who desperately want to write you large checks to write articles for them. Page 15.
  • Quickest way to get corporate magazine editors to give you lucrative article assignments? Pick up the phone and read them the simple script on page 22.
  • These articles are easy to write ... and they earned me thousands of dollars each ... with minimal work. Sample portfolio on page 47.
  • Why so many freelance magazine writers barely earn a subsistence wage ... and how you can easily avoid their fate. Page 4.
  • 12 steps to approaching editors – and walking away with article assignments. Page 18.
  • The 5 W’s of journalism. Make sure you master each before you start seeking assignments from the corporate magazine market. Page 26.
  • How to quadruple your article writing income this year by writing for company magazines instead of consumer magazines sold via subscription and on newsstands. Page 14.
  • How to write articles for company employees ... customers ... shareholders ...salespeople ... dealers ... field service technicians. Page 9.
  • Simple 3-step article writing formula makes it a breeze to write quality articles corporate clients will love. So easy, it’s almost mechanical. Page 35.
  • 3 dozen corporate magazine editors who want to hire you now ... and how to get in touch with them. Page 38.
  • Increase your articles sales to the corporate magazine market by writing irresistible query letters. Page 26.
  • Should you submit your article as a hard copy via snail mail? An e-mail with an attached Word file? On a CD or floppy disk? Page 33.
  • Is writing articles for corporate magazines pretty much the same as writing for consumer magazines? The answer may surprise you. Page 12.
  • The "go with the flow" method of dealing with editors. It makes life easier – and gets you lots more assignments. Plus, your clients will love you for it. Page 24.
  • 7 ways to sell corporate magazine editors on hiring you to produce the articles you want to write. Page 28.
  • You hand in your article and wait for the editor to get back to you ... and wait ... and wait. How to handle a lack of response from your client without losing your cool. Page 21.
  • 12 tips for writing articles that corporate magazine editors – and their readers – will rave over ... virtually guaranteeing an endless stream of repeat business for you. Page 32.
  • And so much more ...

"This revised version of the e-book is great! I think it's an even better e-book with all the updates. Plus Harry and you go into even more detail with some of the specifics of writing for this market. Great job and thank you again for kindly sending it."
--Mark Soroka

"Last year, I made about $45,000 as a freelance journalist," says Jerry B. "After buying your e-book 'Top Dollar for Your Articles' and following the advice, I have already made $98,737 from my freelance article writing this year -- and the year isn't even over yet. It was the best investment in my freelance writing career I ever made. Thanks!"

Top Dollar for Your Articles is a practical, step-by-step guide to writing for the lucrative corporate magazine market.

It’s available to you now as a concise, authoritative 82-page e-book, which you can download immediately as a convenient PDF file.

That means no shipping or handling charges ... and no waiting. Order today, and start writing articles for high-paying corporate magazines tomorrow – a market not one writer in a thousand even knows about!


Use it risk-free for 90 days

If Top Dollar for Your Articles Articles doesn’t help you get top dollar for your articles from corporate magazine editors ... .

Or you are dissatisfied for any other reason ... or for no reason at all ... just let me know within 90 days.

I’ll refund your $29 payment in full. No questions asked. And, you can still keep the e-book free.

That way, you risk nothing.

In 90 days or sooner, you could be happily banging away at your keyboard ... writing article after article ... for appreciative corporate clients.

Clients who gladly pay you from $500 to $1,000 a day ... just for writing simple articles. That’s money conventional magazine writers can only dream of!

Or, you could continue to be mistreated – even abused – by stingy, and demanding, editors at under-budgeted consumer magazines ... slaving away for weeks on articles that pay you peanuts ... if they get published at all.

I know first-hand, because I’ve made a small fortune writing for company magazines since 1979.

I’ve also published hundreds of articles with consumer, business, and trade magazines ... and the money doesn’t begin to compare with what I get paid for my corporate magazine articles.

Which type of magazine – and what size checks – do you want? The choice is entirely yours.

So what are you waiting for?

To order Top Dollar for Your Articles on a 90-day risk-free trial basis, just click below now:



Bob Bly

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In it, you will discover:

  • How to write business letters that get results. Page 19.
  • Why engineers, techies, and businesspeople can’t write. Page 9.
  • How to write more effective product literature. Page 52.
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