About Ghost Blogging
Posted by Zura on March 18, 2009
Do you have ever hear about Ghost Blogging? Okay, let’s talk about it…😛
Ghost blogging is about the same with ghost writing. People have been using the services of ghost writers for years, and now this trend has been carried over to blog writing for social networks. Ghost blogging, like ghost writing, is a blog written and managed by anonymous authors where they get no credit for their writing. These ghost bloggers write these blogs on behalf of other companies or individuals and in so doing give over all rights to the work to their employer. Ghost writing is essentially just hiring someone to perform a certain task.
By outsourcing your blogging you receive the benefits of utilizing first-rate, professional writers who are experienced in writing for diverse fields. There are many ghost writing service providers online who do this as a profession and are experienced in writing for different sites. So, whether you have a high traffic site that needs top notch blogs, or a simpler site that targets a smaller market, you can be assured that there will be a professional ghost writer to cater to your specific needs.
The Importance of Blogging
Consumers have become more actively involved in the selling/marketing process and they want to be able to converse with the marketer or service providers to not only make suggestions but to provide what they feel is valuable feedback. Blogs provide the medium to have these conversations with your clients. Should you or your business decide to participate in these conversations by actively listening to the consumer and supplying quick, honest replies, you will gain credibility and build relationships with consumers which will result in repeat business and referrals by satisfied clients.
The problem with blogging however is, that it’s time consuming and hard work to keep blogs interesting and exciting. People then start to feel as if the time spent blogging is taking up valuable time where they should be concentrating on their core business. This is why ghost blogging is so useful. By having dedicated people responsible for the creation and maintenance of your blogs, gives people one less aspect of their business to worry about.😉