Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Ghost Blogging

First a definition from Blogossary.com. I'm going for the first example. Which is to say that I am available to do this for your business.

In fact, I am an experienced ghost blogger. It's not enough that I have three blogs of my own (see my side bar if this is news to you) and that I also wrote a 4th blog on Open Salon for awhile. (I loved my title and my log line there--but never mind.) I blogged too, as myself, at Smartly. But for some months now I have also been blogging as someone else. Don't ask. If I told you, I'd have to kill you, right?

No, it's not a celebrity. It's for a business, and I am not pretending to be this businessperson, per say. I am posting businessy-type stuff that requires some research and gathering and synthesizing of information. Gosh. Even my plumber has a blog. Many business people feel they need a blog these days. Blogging gives them more visibility on the Internet and makes them seem a little more personable. Except that most small businesspeople are already working their fingers to the bone, and it's hard to blog in that condition. And not everyone likes to write. That's why you need me if you have a business that is in need of more visibility. Leave a comment if you are interested, and we'll figure out how to get in touch.

And hey, I have plenty of experience writing about ghosts, too. Heck, I could ghost blog for you about ghosts if you want.


1 comment:

Elizabeth said...