I’m in Toronto, Canada last week through this week working with a major writing client. WebsiteBox.com and I have a 3+ year relationship, and I’m working with them in rolling out a new vertical product line with major writing requirements.
I appreciate clients who need regular work, as it helps to smooth the sometimes roller coaster income of a freelance writer. I just finished one book as a ghost writer for another client and starting another soon. Work is good for you.
I’m just finishing up a book project about fix & flip real estate investing. This one was interesting because it focuses not on flipping to other investors. It’s about creating a brand and selling to the consumer home buyer. Lots of great information on branding.
Finally, I’m not a ghost! While I’ve ghost written several books, I’m pleased to announce a book of my own for Turner Publishing Company that presents tips for first time home buyers. The title is “70 Things First-time Home Buyers Need to Know.” It’s detailed, taking the first time buyer from the decision to rent or buy, through the search for properties, then through the steps and documents in the transaction.
I’ve just completed an eBook ghost writing project about a new concept in lease-to-own for the purchase of homes. The Realtor® eBook is about 52 pages, while there are ancillary reports for Sellers, Buyers and Investors, each averaging around 19 pages.
I used photos, screen shots and did the cover design for this eBook, targeted at real estate professionals to get them to sign up and participate in the program. Approximately 65,000 words.
In late 2009, for early 2010 release, I was the lead ghost writer on a book project for a well-known real estate investment trainer. This book contains real estate investing tutorials as well as real life deal details all around the country.
When it comes to entrepreneurship, starting, growing and managing a business, I’ve done it several times. I’ve been my own boss my entire adult life. Writing about business and how make it successfully are my specialty.
I do a huge amount of instructional writing for Realtors just starting in the business. Subjects range from basic property and ownership information to developing a business plan, financial planning, marketing budgeting and more.
Though I don’t get to place an article up on Constant Content very often due to time, it is a site for writing articles on speculation, and buyers find them and make a purchase. Now and then, I misunderstand what a client desires, and my article misses the mark. It’s no problem, as we clarify the project and I write another one for them.