I ghostwrite articles for entrepreneurs.
YES, I can help you get attention online.
YES, I can save you a lot of time and effort.
YES, I can expose your best ideas to a much wider audience.
YES, I ghostwrite all sorts of articles for smart people in many different industries and functions: financial services, consulting, IT, healthcare, legal, social media, HR, and even oil and gas.
I love my job. Smart and talented people tell me their best ideas, then my job is to share their insights in a clear and compelling way. Every client makes me smarter; in return, I help more people benefit from their skills.
I'm also a social media pro.
One key difference between myself and most ghostwriters is my understanding of social media. I'm active on Twitter and SlideShare, and have over a quarter million followers on LinkedIn. So I don't just write articles; I write articles that engage readers and encourage them to like, share and comment.
Here's a quick overview of how my clients and I work together. If you don't want to watch the video, read this instead.
One morning last week, I made myself a bowl of oatmeal, poured an iced tea, and headed towards my home office. But I was already preoccupied with work and not really paying attention. My toe caught the edge of the second step. Wham! Oatmeal and tea splattered everywhere.
It's a simple question, and you've probably answered it hundreds of times. "What do you do?" If you're like most people, you probably get the answer dead wrong.
Last month, I was pretty stressed out, thanks mostly to a seemingly endless stream of minor, but irritating, problems. It got so that I was reacting negatively almost immediately to each new development. Some people spend entire years in this state.
How - and why - a former NHL general manager took the time to send my son 5,500 words of his very best advice.
You've heard this old saying before: give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. You may even be nodding your head in agreement right now. Sorry— this saying is all wrong.
Now you know my social media strategy. The secret is out.
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