People who associate ghostwriters with books will be surprised to discover the wide variety of content that is ghostwritten.
Fairport, N.Y. (PRWEB) May 11, 2012
Writers interested in learning more about earning money as a ghostwriter will want to download a free report from the Association of Ghostwriters, titled 7 Surprising Sources of Ghostwriting Income. The report is available at http://www.associationofghostwriters.org.
With estimates that as many as 50 percent of all New York Times bestsellers are now ghostwritten, demand for ghostwriting services is on the rise. In addition to increasing demand for book ghostwriters, the need for ghostwriters in a number of other areas is also surfacing. From articles to blog posts, white papers to speeches, social media updates to newsletters, ghostwriters are being hired to turn a client’s thoughts and ideas into a presentable format.
“People who associate ghostwriters with books will be surprised to discover the wide variety of content that is ghostwritten,” says Marcia Layton Turner, executive director of the Association of Ghostwriters. “Our new free report provides tips for writers interested in pursuing the many opportunities that are out there.”
The Association of Ghostwriters helps members tap into this expanding market for their services. Member benefits include monthly teleseminars on topics related to marketing, project management, outsourcing and time management; a monthly newsletter; a private members-only forum; ghostwriting job postings; and a member directory. Annual membership costs $99.
For more information, visit http://www.associationofghostwriters.org.
CONTACT: Marcia Layton Turner, executive director, Association of Ghostwriters, marcia (at) associationofghostwriters (dot) org, 585-383-0120