Secrets of ghostwriting

Customers looking for a ghostwriter for the first time are usually at the very beginning; they are forced to go through a list of search results and have to visualize themselves.

However, this is far from easy.

Contacting a ghostwriter or agency today is fast thanks to email, Facebook, Xing or Google. However, customers have little opportunity to look behind the scenes (read: the website) of the company they contact; Is it a company that takes its job seriously and actually fulfills the customer’s wishes or is it just an attempt to produce texts and pay royalties as quickly and easily as possible? Probably even with the ulterior motive that the customer will not vigorously pursue his right to a correct text anyway, because this would jeopardize the discretion.

There are certainly companies that treat their customers and their writers equally bad:

The scribes are in a toggle contract completely subject to arbitrariness of the owners. Orders are sent to dozens of possible authors (which in fact corresponds to a total abandonment of any discretion). Poorly paid and probably not very motivated, these authors then go on to produce cheap lyrics. Language, style and content leave something to be desired, a final correction does not take place. In the worst case, text parts are simply copied from the Internet and only slightly changed. For such texts, customers should now pay, with a large part of the sums flowing directly into the pockets of the intermediaries. Unfortunately, this business model works, at least as long as the operators of the companies deal with writing amateurs and ignorant customers.

Serious agencies, on the other hand, work in a completely different way:

each assignment is considered separately and only given to authors who are familiar with the subject, the field and the requirements of style and subject vocabulary. The authors, some of whom have been working for the agency for many years, would hardly get the idea of ​​supplying bad texts.