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Pitching for content marketing work is one of the simplest ways to not only get high-paying work, but regular, recurring income.

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Agency: Connect with content marketing and PR agencies that need specialized content.

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Use these proven Letters of Introduction to get new content writing clients.

They'll help you reach out to clients in a way that showcases your expertise, whilst still also keeping the focus on the their business.

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