Are you a writer or someone who enjoys writing? Especially the kind of writing that you get paid for?
There are so many different ways to use those writing skills to help others and make money at the same time. But there is one specific type of writing that doesn’t get talked about so much.
And that’s ghostwriting.
Ghostwriting has been around for practically forever. Many people use a ghostwriter to help them write books, articles, blog posts and other types of written content. It takes a special kind of person to be a successful ghostwriter because they don't get to claim the credit. It’s actually the person commissioning the work who gets to put their name on it.
Which might seem a little weird. But it's a huge, thriving industry.
So if you’ve ever been curious about ghostwriting … what it’s all about and how it works, you’re in for a real treat.
In today’s podcast episode veteran ghostwriter, Treasa Edmond, explains what’s needed to be a good ghostwriter, plus how to get started, how much you can expect to make as a ghostwriter and more.
So much good info here. Have a listen and enjoy!
Trudy Rankin, is the host of the Online Business Launchpad Podcast, Director of West Island Digital and the founder of the Online Business Lift-Off program.
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If you are ready to start your book, establish yourself as an expert in your field, and start booking speaking and podcast appearances, then I'm ready to help!
I'm a professional ghostwriter with 20+ years of experience helping my clients turn their thoughts and ideas into publishable work. When I partner with you as your ghostwriter, I use your thoughts, ideas, and voice to write your content.
I do this by getting to know you, reading what you have written in the past, listening to your speeches, and talking with you to gather content. Ghostwriting requires in-depth knowledge so your voice shines through. I work hard to make sure I have that knowledge.