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Executive / Corporate Ghostwriting
If you’re an executive and you need someone to ghostwrite for you, I’m your guy. Plain and simple.
Whether you are a CEO or a executive rising the corporate ladder, I’ll make you sound like a million bucks. Everything I write for you – letters, e-mails, reports, etc – will be clear, engaging, polished, and professional. You’ll simply love what I do.
This service is 100% confidential – nobody will ever know I’m writing for you. You can pay me via credit card, and everything is private between you and myself. No third party ever handles executive ghostwriting – it’s all me.
What do I ghostwrite for executives? Here’s a partial list:
- Letters and e-mails, either from scratch or edit what you’ve already written.
- The “a few words from the CEO” opening of the company newsletter.
- Speeches / Presentations
- Anything else you can think of. If you don’t think your words will be good enough, call on me and I’ll make you shine.
I can write any way you want. My specialty is clear, engaging writing; and I can also add a little bit of life or “lite” humor to what you have written. But if you just want matter-of-fact and no-nonsense, I can do that too – whatever you wish.
Why executive ghostwriting?
I started this service because I got numerous requests from CEO’s / high level executives that just couldn’t express themselves as well (or as clearly) as they wanted to, but they also didn’t want to ask their staff for help. They wanted someone who could really get down on paper what they wanted to say, and do it in an engaging (and discreet) manner.
That’s exactly what I do.
I’ll make you sound clear, professional, and interesting. I can write from scratch, or edit what you’ve already written. Typically, executive ghostwriting can be done within a few days, although rush jobs can many times be done if time permits (a rush charge may apply).
Costs can run anywhere from $75 for a quick edit of something you’ve already written to a few hundred dollars for a letter from scratch. Prettymuch anything is possible.