Everything Went Up For Me
I had a total of 27 writing jobs in September 2020. Of those jobs, just 7 came from Fiverr. The rest were from regular clients of mine. One of my regular clients gave me 9 different jobs during the month. The total number of articles written during September was 110 which ran to 53,925 words.
Where My Business Came From
The majority of my work this past month came from the United States and the United Kingdom. I also had work from Australia and Canada. I worked for new clients in Austria and South Africa.
What I Wrote About
Topics were all over the map, as they usually are for me. I wrote about such things as granite countertops, wedding services, data recovery, data loggers, socks, medical devices, jewelry, motorcycle parts, marketing, SEO, and signage.
How I Get Inspired
I get asked every so often how I can write so much and about so many different things. Well, it has mostly to do with my clients. The way I get the writing jobs they have to give me a small outline of what they want me to do for them. For example, if a client wants me to write about unusual gift ideas for men, they may include links to some of the products they want me to write specifically about. I then visit those links and write notes about each item. When I piece together the article, those notes help me to construct more details and it goes from there. I typically dedicate a few hours each night to research and write the articles the following morning.
I Have A Reputation
As I mostly write humorous articles, I have some clients who come to me and just suggest a title or topic, include a few keywords to be added to the article, and leave the rest up to me to put together. Sometimes I have to do a re-write, but on average that occurs maybe twice a month. Out of 20+ jobs in a month, that's not too bad. I promote that I write "funny web articles" in my profile on Fiverr. That is where most of the "funny" content requests come to me from.
I Also Do Contract Work
I am currently working for 4 different content companies. I have a contract in place with one of them. I also write for several website developers who have clients in need of regular content. Then I pick up the odd extra job here and there. What I like about working for content companies and web developers is that they have diverse client bases which means I am not always writing about the same topic in any job I get from these sources. Ultimately, the variety is what I like the most about being a ghostwriter. Having a goofy sense of humour doesn't hurt, either.
Find Out More About What I Do
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