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Making the Most of Your Ghosting: A Business Blueprint for Success

Posted: February 10, 2017 | By:

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All professional writers share the challenge of creating a profitable business around their passion. Ghostwriters often have the added challenge of not being able to discuss or share the work they have done for their clients because of the terms of ghostwriting nondisclosure agreements. (Which is probably why you never hear about any conferences for ghostwriters—what could anyone talk about?)

I had started out well enough. I’d...

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“YOU’RE HIRED!”: How the Best Ghostwriters Get the Job

Posted: January 23, 2017 | By:

Since I became a freelance ghostwriter and editor in 2002, I've had the privilege of working on more than 250 books across a wide range of genres, both fiction and nonfiction. Each time, I had to convince my potential client that I was the right guy for the job. Sure, credentials and experience play a large role, but winning each author’s confidence—assuring them that their project will be in great hands if they hire you—demands more than just a solid resume. You must also...

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The Most Important Content Trend for 2017

Posted: January 16, 2017 | By:

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Content, like fashion, is impacted by trends and culture. While the fundamentals of good content don't waiver much, the ideal tone or presentation of a message will evolve along with the tastes of its audience.

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Tucker Max and GG on Finding the Perfect Ghostwriter

Posted: September 16, 2016 | By:

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Last week author and entrepreneur Tucker Max featured an ambitious post on the blog for his independent publishing company Book in a Box called "The Complete Guide to...

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