Ghostwriting is always a booming business on the Internet, and some of the most popular books being read today are often being written by talented ghostwriters who channel the thoughts and ideas of their employers.
That's the authors whose name appears on the final product, and you could be one of the fortunate few who benefit from a good manuscript that's well-written and succeeds in the marketplace as a "best seller."
This eBook goes into the specific details of how to land these types of assignments, and shows you how to setup a ghostwriting business in short order, using the techniques described within.
If you have a talent for writing, you can capitalize on this growing market in one of these specific areas:
And, there are many others. Ghostwriters can write anything from brochures, promotional copy for advertising, proposals, speeches for presidents and other company spokespersons, letters of introduction, and more specific writing assignments like company reports, technical manuals, and "how to" documents.
Every website needs content, and most business owners don't have the time to create any or all of it themselves. Think about all the magazines, newspapers, ezines, newsletters, forums, blogs, press releases, sales letters, eBooks, are other written content that gets consumed by millions of readers on a daily basis.
That's where a ghostwriter comes in, providing articles, blog posts, sales copy, social media, and other forms of online writing for their clients. If you can adapt to changes well and can consistently produce quality content for those who need it most, you'll always be in demand and will earn more for your talents as your experience grows.
These are some of the qualities good ghostwriters will need to have.
Who Is Ideal To Be A Freelance Writer (Or Ghostwriter)?
1. Has the ability to express ideas clearly and logically
2. Has mastered the basics of grammar and has a good vocabulary
3. Can handle criticism
4. Has excellent researching and editing skills
5. Enjoys writing!
6. Can work well under pressure and with short deadlines
7. Is an expert or has specific expertise in particular niches or disciplines
8. Likes working behind a computer
9. Does not mind remaining anonymously behind the scenes as her client
takes credit for her work
10. Is willing to constantly improve on her skills.
You'll also learn the details of setting up your online ghostwriting business, like:
• How to keep good records and paperwork
• Managing finances
• How to advertise ("branding")
• Putting together a portfolio
• Customer service
• Setting up a business domain
• Generating testimonials and referrals
• How to do client research
• How to improve your writing skills
• Ways to expand your business
• Common mistakes to avoid
• Writing techniques and strategies for better success (and more sales!)
• ...and much, much more.
Once you've read this great resource from cover to cover, you'll know exactly how to setup a ghostwriting business online and be on your way to earning a fabulous income online, often from the comfort of your own home.