Skill and ability go far as a freelancer. However, there is more to being a ghostwriter or any freelance professional than simply knowing the task. In fact, you need to demonstrate more than ability if you want to keep clients coming back. A poor experience by one could ruin your chances for others.
In reality, the term, “Good Living” is subjective. What I may think of as “good” may be completely different than what you imagine. With that being said, all I can really do is offer my experiences in working from home and how it impacts my lifestyle. From there, you can make your own judgments.
There’s more to being an exceptional freelance ghostwriter than merely being able to type fast. It even goes beyond having a good grasp of grammar and spelling. In fact, there are a lot of things that go into becoming a great success. While I can’t guarantee that you’ll do as well as myself, I can divulge what I do to keep work flowing regularly.
Many ghostwriters such as myself are able to diversify their workload. We can write about almost anything with a certain degree of success. However, specializing in a topic you are interested in will undoubtedly be beneficial. It’s all about being excited regarding your work and looking forward to the task.
I am a freelance ghostwriter. Lately, I’ve been putting in a bit of effort to test my ability as a novelist. For the most part, I complete writing assignments for clients ranging from animals to travel. However, it’s not like I started out as some prodigy. It took a great deal of time and effort to build myself up to the success I am now. So, how did I start my writing career?