If you need a story written from the best angle, or you need an experienced writer who knows how to capture readers with engaging and well-crafted narrative, but want to maintain authorship, or are willing to negotiate attribution, you may need a ghostwriter.
A ghostwriter writes articles, blogs, ebooks, biographys or copy on the client's behalf. A ghostwriter will conduct interviews, research and fact-check, plan and work to develop content as guided by the client in the tone, stye and voice best suited to the format of the text.
Engaging a ghostwriter to write for you saves you time, stress and the headache of having to plan, structure, research and write the content yourself.
Perhaps the word should is a loaded connotation in the question above. More likely, you don't actually want to write your website content, but feel you should because apparently you should know how to write eloquent and clear content with accurate spelling and grammar encased in a perfect first draft.
Mmmm ... you're off the hook.
You shouldn't have to do anything you don't feel comfortable doing, particularly when you shine in other areas and would prefer to do that over facing a blank page with a blocked mind.
In that case, K-J's got your back.
She writes snappy, crisp, and interesting website content.
She is full of ideas and loves brain storming to fulfil your visions.
If you're unsure of what content you require, she'll guide you through the discovery process.
She will embed SEO keywords within the context of story telling.
She loves making you sound good.
Her writing style changes to align with the tone, characterisation and voice you require for your business or projects.
Her fees are affordable.
She loves a deadline and will complete your project within a reasonable time frame.
Long before Greenwich Mean Time, anno Domini, and papyrus paper, there were amongst the human race a handful of natural-born storytellers. These interconnected beings engaged their audiences with tall tales by using meaningful illustrations along with exaggerated expressions and sounds.
Eventually, the sounds and their consequent meanings evolved through the ages to create language in all its nuances, so that today plenty of natural-born storytellers could sit at their computers and market their big ideas and agendas to sell products and services. Nooooo!
Seriously though, if you are an oral storyteller who has decided you want to tell your story, but would rather not do the 'writing part', then K-J can assist, or collaborate with you or another writer.
Whatever the reason, if you'd like K-J to be a part of your storytelling journey, and you're ready to set your stories free, contact: email@example.com.