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Ghostwriting Cash Review Videos



The Ghostwriting Cash videos are part of the “WOW” factor that Tiffany Dow and Craig Desorcy deliver in giving you this excellent course. They both come from a mindset of over delivering and helping their students succeed.

Craig who starts you off right at the beginning produces the videos. The introduction video lets you know who Craig is and why you can be confident in what he is going to teach you. In this introduction he talks about strategy and how he is going to present the steps.

In the next video he covers how to select and buy a domain name. With clear explanations and demonstrations in how to do this he points you in the right direction. Through out all these videos Craig shows you how to stay organized with the information for your site.

The next video shows you how to acquire a hosting account. It takes you right from the beginning of setting up a new account with a hosting company. He helps you decide which type of account would be a good one for the Ghostwriting Cash website that you are going to create.

The third video deals with pointing the domain that you purchased to your hosting company. With the wonderful screen shots that Craig uses it is very easy for you to follow along and do the steps he recommends.

The fourth video shows you how to step up an email account for your WordPress theme. As in all the other videos Craig goes to great pains to show you how to keep all this information organized.

The fifth video deals with installing the theme that has been provided to you as part of the extras of the course. He teaches you how to find the necessary plugins that you will need. He also covers adding a title and description to the site.

Video six deals with setting up the pages for your site. He teaches you what pages that you will need. Craig spends valuable time teaching you how to configure the pages. He shows you how to link the pages together. He goes over how important your first page is. This is what the public will first see and you need to get it right.

Video seven covers configuring the plugins particularly your contact form. All these videos are done in small chunks that make it easy to follow. They allow you to do the steps as you go with each video. Once you have edited the contact form so it is unique to your site then Craig shows you how and why to test it.

In video eight you will learn how to configure a client feedback form and to set up a page for your sample articles. In both cases these are important pages to attract new clients.

Video nine deals with how to write your offer. What will you offer to a client that might hire you? Your offer has to be convincing or the buyer will be off to another site. Craig suggests tips on how to format your offer.

The final video covers how to setup a system to be paid and how to add a pay button to your front page. It also covers some points on how to tidy up your site.


All the videos in Ghostwriting Cash are done in bite sizes. I like and I think that you will like the format of them. Craig Desorcy has used wonderful screen shots for all the lessons. He is extremely patient and thorough with his teachings. I think the longest video is eighteen minutes and many are much shorter. This makes it much easier for you to absorb the material. I also like the fact that because the videos are all quite short, that if I want to go back on any point it is not necessary to wade through a huge presentation to find what I need.

Like all the other material in Ghostwriting Cash the videos alone are more than worth the cost of the program.

With all this information and plans for success Tiffany Dow and Craig Desorcy add these bonuses.

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