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Article Marketing Gold Give Away Rights Ebook

Article Marketing Gold Give Away Rights Ebook
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If you don't fancy writing articles yourself (as I mentioned previously, it is very time consuming and often your time can be better spent elsewhere) then you might want to consider hiring a ghostwriter.

A ghostwriter is simply someone who writes for you as though they were you.

You will find lots of ghostwriters online and the prices they charge vary considerably. So however does the quality of what they produce...

Now there are exceptions to the rule but usually a low price means you will get back poor quality articles! When it comes to this, you really do get what you pay for.

If you hire a poor ghostwriter and the articles they write for you are pretty rubbish then you might have to spend hours completely rewriting what they have produced. Now I don't know about you but to me that rather defeats the object of hiring a ghostwriter in the first place!

So how do you choose a good ghostwriter?

Well, the only thing I can really say is find out as much as you can about the person in question and then make a judgement as to whether or not to hire them. Look for examples of their previous work and testimonials from previous clients. This is usually a pretty good indicator as to the quality of work they are likely to produce

for you. Also find out what their turnaround time is (you don't want to be waiting a whole month for five articles) and consider where they are based. Is English their first language - or do they have any qualifications in English writing? You might also want to ask them about what subjects they know or any specialist areas of expertise which they may have.

Once you have found out all these things you then need to weigh them up against the price they charge. You might find a particular ghostwriter who ticks all of the boxes - but if their rates are too high then you will obviously need to look elsewhere.

So where do you find ghostwriters?

Perhaps the best source is personal recommendations. If you know other people who hire freelance ghostwriters then consider asking them who they use and would recommend.