It’s October, the month of pumpkin-flavored everything, crunchy leaves, chunky sweaters … and, oh yes, Halloween. The holiday where it’s super cool to scare the living daylights out of friends and strangers alike.
It’s almost as if October can’t decide whether it’s completely comfortable and warm, or totally terrifying.
For some, the act of writing feels a lot like this …
For others, it’s more like …
But even if writing terrifies you, it’s not an excuse to hide from it. Content marketing and telling your brand story online are more critical than ever, and to be successful, you have to write. Words. Lots of them.
So what happens if you face your fears, try to write … and hate the results?
A ghostwriter is a professional writer who can take your thoughts, your ideas, your words and turn them into a thoughtful, engaging piece of content that sounds like it came from you. When using a ghostwriter, you still officially get credit for the work, because you (hopefully) put your own work into the concept and ideas.
Hiring a ghostwriter can make the terrifying process of writing more approachable. (Think, turning Poltergeist into Casper). But you have to know what to look for when choosing the right ghoul for you.
When reviewing a ghostwriter’s work, look for:
Creating content with a ghostwriter can make you feel a little vulnerable – you need to put your thoughts and ideas out there with confidence for someone else to capture their essence. Choose a writer that fits your style and your needs, and you’ll never look at that pen and paper with fear again.
Need help finding a good ghostwriter? Boo! We’re right here to answer any questions you have about our content development services. Just write us a note (or give us a call if you’re too terrified to type).
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I like your idea of checking a ghostwriter’s style before you hire them. I would imagine that if you are going to hire someone to write for you it would be important to know their style. I’ve been wanting to write a novel for awhile but I just can’t get started so maybe I should hire a ghostwriter to help me.