by Prudence Onaah | Guest Contributor | WRITING
All of life's decisions today barely make it past the Smartphone. If you're a business owner, you need to pay attention to this trend because people now make buying decisions with only a few clicks. If they are searching for products like yours, you certainly want to pop up on their phones. This is where writing for business today comes in. While traditional advertising methods could get people raving about your business in times past, they are most likely outdated now and with many people glued to their cellphones, right there on their phones is where you want to be. However, there are tons of businesses selling the same products or services as you and who are already in front of your ideal customers.
by Luke D'ambrossio | Guest Contributor | WRITER SPOTLIGHT
I'm an economics student and also a ghostwriter and I have been working in this industry for several years, including this last year at The Urban Writers. Reading and writing is my passion, especially if it is about personal finance, tech, business or economy. I love everything about being a writer, because you're not just writing some content, you are also expressing yourself and leading a lot of people into a new entire world where the idea is to give the most valuable content and information to them.
by Kim A. Julian | Guest Contributor | WRITER SPOTLIGHT
I am a word wrangler who enthusiastically matches voice to vision and collaborates with clients to create compelling stories that inspire fantastic results.
by Aven Forest | Guest Contributor | WRITER SPOTLIGHT
I create magical, and enlightening books and copy for the metaphysical, and paranormal romance industries!
I combine emotional copy with strategic book writing techniques to help you establish identity in your book’s niche, share your knowledge, and bring your ideas from inside your head to practically flying off the book pages!
by Cyn Balog | Guest Contributor | WRITER SPOTLIGHT
I'm a Random-House published ghostwriter and book doctor who specializes in helping you tell the perfect story.
by Shweta . | Writer Spotlight
I don multiple hats - writer, teacher, coach, mother and homemaker. But writing is where my heart lies. So at the beginning of my career I took a copyediting role at a publishing house rather than a well-paid HR executive job at a multinational. Just so I could start on my writing career.