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Ghostwriting Cash Review Part 4


We are now in the final part of Ghostwriting Cash where the course focuses on the making of money and the growing of your business.

Tiffany Dow begins this section by describing how to run specials. She teaches how to bundle your work into packages that will appeal to the buyers. She has suggestions for add on services. For those students who are also developing PLR sites she has instructions on how to combine the ghostwriting with the PLR to create packages for your ghostwriting clients.

When your business grows and you are overwhelmed the Ghostwriting Cash course teaches you how and when to outsource. It gives very good tips in what you look for in hiring others to do your writing.

I think Tiffany’s suggestions on voice are particularly valuable. Since you as a ghostwriter have made commitments to your buyers she discusses how you evaluate if the people you are hiring will adhere to your schedule. I think this is very valuable as it is not unusual to purchase PLR materials that are definitely not in the voice of the writer who sold them. If your client has purchased writing from you based on your style and you deliver another this could be the end of that relationship.

She spends time pointing you in the right direction as to what your part is in making sure your outsourced work is up to your quality.

The final chapter in Ghostwriting Cash deals with turning your writing career into a marketing business. Tiffany talks about becoming your own client and why that is important. She also has suggestions as to how you slot yourself into your busy schedule.


She spends some time outlining how to handle your existing clients while at the same time branching out. She has great ideas for directions that you might consider when you become your own client.

If you are looking to start earning while learning this is the course for you. For how to set this all in motion see Craig Desorcy’s videos

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