Who is a Ghostwriter?
In simple terms, a Ghostwriter is someone who writes content for other publication or person and give the work credit to them. The content is generally literary or journalistic work, speeches or other text.
Most of the busy bloggers, authors, publishers hire ghostwriters to write for them and the work credit is officially given to the other person.
So as a ghostwriter, your work will be owned by the person who employs you and you’ll be paid for it.
Your name or credentials will not appear anywhere as an author of the work that you wrote as Ghostwriter. But you’ll cash handsomely for the job.
The jobs as a ghostwriter will usually include writing books, blog posts, eBooks, articles and press releases.
Suitable For –
People who have the knack for writing and doesn’t mind other taking the work credit for money.
Skills Required –
Should be able to get into the clients’ mind, understand what they want and then convert their story into writing.
How To Get Started –
You can easily get started on any of the following websites and apply for the ghostwriting jobs available there:
(URL – http://writezillas.com/freelance-ghostwriters.html)
(URL – http://jobforwriter.com/ghostwriting.php)
Expected Earnings –
At an entry level you can earn between $10-$25/hour. On reaching intermediate level, you’d be making around $30-$50 per hour and you’ll be cashing $60-$70 per hour once enough experience and positive reviews.