Opportunities for Ghostwriting

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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

Julia Borgini

Julia is a copywriter & content marketing strategist who helps B2B companies generate more revenue from their content marketing programs. With her 15+ years experience as a technical writer for B2B tech companies and 6+ years as a copywriter & content marketer, Julia is the trusted Geek insider who can make even the most complex tech subjects seem simple. Her clients trust her to uncover & show off the benefits of any kind of tech product or service, from SaaS software solutions to insurance adjudication software, video games infrastructure to hardware security key fobs. Julia is happy to share her tech knowledge and content marketing insights with Wealthy Web Writer members. Chat with her on Twitter @juliaborgini

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