Need Written Content? I have a suggestion

Published On June 11, 2018 | By Steven Bail | SEO

Disclaimer: This post is a bit different than my normal posts. I’m about to offer a personal recommendation to anyone currently in search of a ghostwriter.

You’re a busy person. I’m a busy business blogger. While I write full-time for this site, I’m often asked by my colleagues if I outsource. The truth is: I never have, but sometimes I feel like the help would be nice!

However, you probably aren’t a full-time writer. You’re a business-minded individual with a lot of things on your plate, so who can you turn to when you need fresh content? I’ve just found the answer.

“I began offering my writing services in 2015 when my friend introduced me to various freelance platforms. I can write 100{498f45a2d590969326697e149cf583a7ce36348d025b968ab6be0e344e90a807} unique and original non-fiction content for all sorts of uses. Businesses will find my services beneficial to populate their website add fresh posts to their blog, fill their social media profiles, and so on. I can also write email newsletters, books, sales copy, and so much more!”

That’s the answer I got from Sydney Chamberlain when I inquired about her services. No, I wasn’t slacking on my work; I was actually searching for a quality ghostwriter for a colleague who, like you, isn’t a full-time content creator. He needed someone dependable to fill his product’s blog up, so after hours of searching, I referred him to Sydney’s website.

It didn’t take me long to become convinced that she was the right fit for the job. While they say don’t just a book by its cover, her modern and sleek website definitely drew me in and helped sway my decision. Of course, there’s probably one question on your mind: How much?

“I charge $0.02/word for my writing services, and that includes all necessary research. Plus, I’m a ghostwriter, so I’m not going to charge you any royalties or fees for monetizing the content. You’ll have 100{498f45a2d590969326697e149cf583a7ce36348d025b968ab6be0e344e90a807} copyright and you’ll be free to use it however you want.”

Fast forward two weeks and Johnathan’s blog has been kickstarted with twelve new posts with more on the way every week. He absolutely loved Sydney’s writing style, and I have to say: I do too. It’s informative, friendly, and definitely suited for subtly selling a product while also offering real value to readers.

If you think your business could benefit from such a writer, check out her website for yourself: www.sydneychamberlain.com

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