Ghostwriter Dad Releases a Free Report to Help Aspiring Writers Get Paid What They are Worth
January 09, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsJanuary 9, 2011, Cincinnati Ohio. Sean Platt, founder of Ghostwriter Dad, is offering his report "The 9 Mistakes Most Writers Make that are Keeping Them Poor" as a free download to help aspiring writers get paid what they are worth.
The report speaks frankly about some of the mistakes that Mr. Platt made when he first started his successful business offering ghostwriting services and other web content and how he corrected them to go from zero to invoicing nearly a quarter million dollars worth of work in 2010.
On the Ghostwriter Dad website, he writes:
"But I made a TON of mistakes along the way.
I lost my house, gathered more debt than I care to admit, and pounded the paint from my keyboard. And you should've seen my fingers.
But it's okay; they've healed, and I made my mistakes so you won't have to."
In addition to the free report, Mr. Platt and the Ghostwriter Dad team offer their advice and insight on the Ghostwriter Dad blog, which includes free videos and tutorials that are designed to help beginning writers take their craft to the next level and to assist them in navigating the world of freelance writing, with a particular emphasis on writing for the web.
Mr. Platt's reputation speaks to his expertise and establishes his authority in how writers can increase their income. Eric Hamm, creator of the popular Frugal theme for Wordpress says: "I've worked closely with Sean on numerous online projects from ebooks to websites to pretty much anything that has to do with copy, design and the Internet. I can say first hand, Sean is one of the best writers I've not only had the privilege to work with, but one of the best I've read, period. His prose is polished with poetic passion, yet his structure and professionalism are outstanding. He's been helping me with copy, editing and just about anything that has to do with content for over a year now and I can't imagine ever using anyone else."
Writers can download the report from free from the Ghostwriter Dad website as well as subscribe to the blog feed and follow the team on Facebook and Twitter.