Ghostwriting & Content Writing Blog
A blog to help you with your writing
& content marketing endeavors.
I had a business coach once who told me, “You will continue to experience the same problem and suffer the same pain until the lesson is learned.” This year's problem? Trust.The lesson? Trust no one.Now this sounds rather cynical, but if you know me, you know...
You may read this post.
You may not.
Here’s why you’ll read it: You believe it will bring you value, speak to a struggle you have, or help you solve a problem.
Here’s why you won’t: You don’t believe it will serve you at all and you have better things to do.
If you have your own blog, guest blog, or contribute to online content in any way but feel like no one is reading it, I know why. And I know how you can fix it, too.
Just about every call I have with a client includes the golden question: “Should I self-publish or traditionally publish?” It’s a perfectly normal question to ask. The answer, however, isn’t so perfect. As a matter of fact, it’s not even cut and dry. It’s different for everyone and really depends on what it is you’re trying to accomplish.
To demystify the question and give you the very best answer, I decided to answer the question based on the pros and cons of each, as well as who typically goes with which camp, and why. That way, by the end of the post, you can make a decision based on facts.
Sound good? Great. Let’s dig in.
There are lots of people in this world who want to hire a ghostwriter.
Maybe they don’t have the ability to write a book themselves.
Maybe they don’t have the time.
Or, maybe, they just need guidance from someone who can help them make their story a real page-turner.
No matter the reason, if you want to hire a ghostwriter for your book, there are some things you should understand and keep in mind as you move forward…