Opportunities for Ghostwriting

As a term, ghostwriting usually refers to writers who write long-form content like books. Over the years, it’s started to refer to any writer that publishes content under another name. That could be an article, e-book, blog post, or website content. Many web writers can consider themselves as ghostwriters since this is the primary way they earn a living.

Now, the term can broadly be applied to all writing that appears online or in print that doesn’t have a name associated to it. Like website content, product descriptions, brochures, or magalogs.

Let’s take a look at the “new” forms of ghostwriting that have names attached to them: articles, e-books, and blog posts.

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This article is part of the Ghostwriting series.

Series Table of Contents:

  1. An Intro to Ghostwriting
  2. Opportunities for Ghostwriting (This Article)
  3. Google Authorship and Ghostwriting

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Julia Borgini helps Geeks sell their stuff. A self-proclaimed Geek, Julia is a freelance writer and content marketing strategist who teaches tech companies how to develop & execute successful tech content marketing programs. Follow her on Twitter @juliaborginiView all posts by Julia Borgini

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