As more and more online stores emerge, consumers can’t help but be overwhelmed by the number of options they have to choose from. Knowing this, retailers are looking to differentiate their stores as well as make their products stand out from the crowd.
When you talk to different ghostwriters, you will find both people who love their work and those who dislike certain parts of it—not the job itself. Ghostwriting is an interesting way to earn money, creating a steady stream of income through books, blog posts, articles and more. The business is cutthroat, and your services are in constant demand but seldom appreciated.
Congratulations! You’ve just landed your first ghostwriting gig! While this might be a new field to you, there’s no doubt you’ll do an awesome job and enjoy the opportunity. Now that the excitement of landing your first ghostwriting gig has died down, it’s time to shift gears and think like a ghostwriter. But where do you begin? What steps should you take to make sure this gig goes off without a hitch?
If you plan to ghostwrite or have already begun a ghostwriting career, you'll hear words like voice, style, character, and attitude. How does capturing a voice work if you're a new ghostwriter or a writer in general? You must communicate a person's character and attitude - how will you know if you have done it well?
It's hard to write when you have to work alone. The truth is, even if you are a great writer, can you write it yourself? It's probably possible, but do you want to? Is it worth dealing with the frustrating obstacles just to publish? When you're juggling a job and family responsibilities, how much free time do you have for other pursuits?