But who has time to do all that writing?
… all while making public appearances and generating a few hundred thousand dollars (if not millions) running a business? I know their secret. And I’ll share it in a moment.
But first, let’s face some facts:
- Podcasts increase web traffic and polish a reputation
- Strategic content on blogs expands public awareness of your talent & POV
- The 5 most powerful words in business are “I am the author of …”
So how do the elite do it all? They don’t! Here’s the secret: Some very powerful people believe in ghosts. They just don’t admit it in public.
Celebrities like Hilary Clinton, blues icon Buddy Guy and Sarah Palin have used ghostwriters to create best-selling books and blogs … but you don’t have to be famous to get some help and great results!
Consider a few of my clients:
- A solar architect traveled to India for 9 days … when he returned home 3 new 500-word articles featuring his byline were waiting.
- A real estate developer spent 4 weeks in Hawaii … while I wrote his memoir.
- A brand designer who travels the globe now blogs to a select audience. How does she find time? She doesn’t. She has a partner — me.
My name is Douglas Glenn Clark. I am a ghostwriter and corporate storyteller. I have created content of all kinds for businesses, CEOs, entrepreneurs and sole proprietors — busy people with a desire to reach out.
“As self-publishing gains cachet, more business people are looking at books as effective promotional tools. The actual writing often is the hardest part. For first-timers, many publishing firms offer research and ghostwriting services.” – Inc. magazine
Out of time does not mean out of luck!
Hire a ghostwriter and double your productivity.
“I am very pleased with your services. Your endless creativity and ability to meet tough deadlines continues to impress me.” – Jeff Elliott, president, PowerPR
Books: memoir, fiction or business Share your story to build reputation, awareness of your expertise and, in some cases, a new revenue stream.
Press releases may be posted with online directories that quickly spread the word and sometimes are picked up by online publications, such as the Wall Street Journal and Forbes. Newsletters, packed with info, keep the conversation going with fans and consumers.
Company or personal blog is not merely a place to express opinions. Speak to your audience with helpful insights and you’ll build traffic to your website and products.
Podcasts can reap big benefits. Let me help you reach out to commuters, business travelers and consumers with a recorded interview.
“Your stuff got some really great exposure for us. Pickups like thes (e.g. Forbes and Wall Street Journal) are great ammunition for us!” Mike Bearden, marketing dir., CaseCruzer
Few business leaders have the time to write a book, blog or narrative for podcasts. These activities may seem like indulgences when you’re running an entire company.
But they are necessities in today’s business environment.
Do you have time for a short chat? Let’s discuss your unique story and the best way to share it. Strategic storytelling builds brand!
ghostwriter & corporate storyteller
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