There’s hardly anything people do that doesn’t involve some sort of research. If you spend time looking up information on the Internet, you know how much is available and how easy it is to find facts, statistics, and other reliable information. You’re already an experienced Internet Researcher. Maybe writing or marketing isn’t your niche, but you just might be the best resource a professional has.
Did you know that there a plenty of writers, copywriters, marketers and other business professionals who just don’t have time to do all of the research they need to stay at the top of their fields. It’s isn’t unreasonable to charge $50 or more per hour researching information for professionals who rely on their productivity to compete for the best contracts. And they’re willing to pay well for a researcher who’s got their back.
That’s where your career as an Internet Researcher puts you in the driver’s seat. Most professionals lack either the time, or the knowledge to do thorough researching. And those who need it done, are not only willing to pay to have you do this, they will provide all the details you need to conduct a thorough research for them.
Who needs your services? It could be just about anyone. But some of your best paying, repeat clients will be copywriters and direct marketers, who make more money by producing more copy. And one way they produce more copy is to spend their time writing copy rather than researching the facts they need. So, they will gladly pay you to research for them. And if your research is good, they’ll gladly keep using your services rather than waste time recruiting other, unproven, researchers. But copywriters are just one client niche who depend on Internet researchers.
There’s a need for “shoppers” or “finders” who research to find RVs, boats, specialty cars, parts, destinations, and many other products. Other writer’s need researchers, for instance, article writers, novelists, bloggers.
Then there are corporate writers and consultants who need facts to include in brochures, white papers, company histories, and other publicity documents. And we can’t forget grant writers and non-profits who need to find grant opportunities and tons of statistics. This long list includes other writers who have little time to both write and find the background information they need. Your market is pretty much as broad as your imagination.
If you’re in a hurry to start earning money, this course can be completed in a couple days. You’ll learn how to attract land gigs with clients, develop client relationships, and how to give your clients exactly what they want.
As an Internet Researcher, you can earn $50 or more per hour, with just a weekend of study. This course may open a new freelance career for you. Learn more about becoming an Internet Researcher and see if this isn’t the niche for you.