How do you make a living as a writer? That’s a big question, but here’s the simple answer…

What it takes to make a serious living off your words is not talent. You can’t just be a great writer. Sure, that’s important. You need something else, though.

In order to be able to write full-time, you need a dedicated group of fans and readers who will read what you have to say and buy your work. If that sounds like something you need, then you need to check out Tribe Writers.

A tribe is a group of dedicated fans that supports your work and helps your message spread.

In Tribe Writers, Jeff Goins shares with you the path every writer can follow to succeed. He’s been doing it for years, writing multiple best-selling books and living the life of his dreams.

And you can follow in his footsteps, if you’re willing to do the work so join Tribe Writers today!

Recently, Jeff opened registration for Tribe Writers, and hundreds have already signed up. This is an opportunity you won’t want to miss, as he only does this twice a year now and registration is closing soon.

But if you’re still not sure, here are answers to some of your biggest questions:


Is this for beginners or advanced students?

Tribe Writers is an online course for writers and bloggers. In the course, Jeff teaches via daily videos for eight weeks on how to start a blog, build an email list of 1000 subscribers, and get your audience to buy your work, allowing you to make at least $1000 per month with your writing.

Why do I need this?

Maybe you don’t.

  • If you already have thousands of readers on your blog…
  • If you already are making thousands of dollars a month off your blog…
  • If you are regularly sharing your ideas with the world and people are listening…

Then you probably don’t need Tribe Writers.


  • f you’re frustrated and just don’t quite know what to do…
  • If you keep trying things but nothing seems to work…
  • If you can’t figure out what the plan for success looks like…

Then you definitely need Tribe Writers – Join Tribe Writers today:

Why do I need to join now?

Good question. Tribe Writers is open for registration only two times a year. The next time will be April or May of 2017 at the earliest. And often, the price goes up between launches, so now is the best time to get the best deal.

Does this work for people who aren’t writers?

Definitely. In Tribe Writers, you learn how to use your writing to build an audience. But the basic ideas are how to use blogging and online marketing to build an audience. Whether you consider yourself a “writer” or not is up to you. What you learn in the course is a proven process for building an audience and monetizing it.

Does this really work?

Well, ask a student yourself…

“I’m a writer who dreamed of publishing a book.Tribe Writers transformed that dream into a reality. I’ve taken writing courses before, but Tribe Writers is beyond compare. Instead of the typical information download many courses provide, Tribe Writers gives you a blueprint of intentional steps to get you there. From finding your voice to going pro, the course lays out an action plan designed to help you reach your goals. The support is unmatched and the community phenomenal. I’m a fan for life.” – Doris Swift

You’ll find many more testimonials on the registration page – Click here to join now

I hope that helps answer some of your questions.

If you’re still unsure whether Tribe Writers is a good fit for you, Jeff recorded a 10 minute walkthrough where he takes you inside the private course and show you exactly what you’ll be getting. You can check that out here.


Now, I’ve got one for you:

What’re you waiting for?

Isn’t it time you took your writing seriously?

If you join Tribe Writers today, you get a 30-day moneyback guarantee. Which means you can sign up today, go through the course for a month and if you don’t see results, ask for your money back!

There’s literally no risk. So don’t wait just join Tribe Writers today!

The clock is ticking on the deadline to join Tribe Writers.

Don’t miss it! You won’t be able to join again until next spring.









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