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English to Spanish translator needed for guided meditation scripts ($0.05 per word)

Posted at 7 months ago
$13.98
Hourly
Sep 18, 2020
Expiry
English to Spanish translator needed for a variety of guided meditation scripts ranging from 1200 words to 4000 words.These scripts will be both used in written and listening format, so if you are familiar with this niche or have listened to guided meditations in the past, this is the same thing. Think Headspace, Jason Stephenso...read more

Administrative Project Support Analyst

Posted at 7 months ago
$12.43
Hourly
Sep 18, 2020
Expiry
Federal Government Experts, LLC has a need for a part time ADMIN support analyst to help with Scheduling, set up meetings, review documents, assist with travel arrangements set up calendars, spreadsheets and appointments for an executive. This is a remote position - and will be an ongoing opportunity (depending on performance)....read more

[Writer/Editor Needed] Tech websites Need Long term Writer/Editor

Posted at 7 months ago
$6.21
Hourly
Sep 12, 2020
Expiry
--Requirement# Long-term Need# Good English# Basic OnPage SEO knowledge# Familiar with WordPress# **Familiar with Proxies/Data scaping**(Show me your knowledge when applying)--Jobs:# Write in-depth reviews & guides!# Good skill to research!I pay $3 per hour.

Marketing Strategies Assistant

Posted at 9 months ago
$10.87
Hourly
Jul 14, 2020
Expiry
Candidate should be good in writing blogs and have digital marketing, email marketing, social marketing & WordPress knowledge.

Looking for an IT EXPERT who can WRITE well

Posted at 9 months ago
$15.53
Hourly
Jul 9, 2020
Expiry
First, reply with how many years of IT experience you bring to the table.Second, please share any articles you've written in the past or other examples of your work. We're an IT company in the Southern California area who's been in business for over 20 years. We're looking for an IT professional who would like to pass on their y...read more

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Search and Rescue helicopter Pilot

Posted at 9 months ago
$12.43
Hourly
Jul 8, 2020
Expiry
Good dayI'm a Search and Helicopter pilot from South Africa. Currently living in Tanzania and daily saving lives from Mount Kilimanjaro. We are a company called Kilimanjaro SAR. I'm designing a website and would like to get some exposure/creating vlogs and youtube videos. I want to write about myself/daily challenges and all the...read more

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If you’re considering hiring a ghostwriter for the first time, you’ll want to keep the following in mind.

Understand your needs:

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  • Do I want to hire the ghostwriter for one project or multiple?
  • What type of text do I want a book, article, blog, anthology, or e-book?
  • How many pages or words do I want my text to be?
  • What is my deadline?
  • What type of writing do I want, formal, casual, or academic?
  • What is my budget?
  • How much experience should the ghostwriter have?

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Review his previous work and ask for writing sample on your project:

Request a freelancer to provide several writing samples of works they’ve ghostwritten. Reviewing his previous work will minimize the risk of hiring a ghostwriter with very little experience or who doesn’t have a style you prefer. After that ask freelancer to provide a one page writing sample on your project within a specific period of time. Review every text to see if it’s customized to your project and meets your expectations. This may ensure you hire the best ghostwriter for your specific project.

Agree on project details:

Most ghostwriters have standard contracts they use. That’s fine, you probably don’t need to involve lawyers, but there are many deal terms you would like to make positive you discuss properly.

  1. Price and payment terms: Make sure you're very clear on how much you're paying, and when those payments are due. There are a lot of ways to pay, however the vast majority of excellent ghostwriters can use a flat fee structure that means you're paying a set amount for a defined book of a defined size or scope. There are some that use flat fee + hourly for revisions beyond a certain point. That’s fine too. On payment terms, confirm that you are paying in installments and not paying all the money up front. Those installments can be time based, or tied to specific deliverable.
  2. Deliverables: Part of the payment discussion will be what the deliverables are. The very best and most expensive ghostwriters will be somewhat loose with this, they can afford to be when they are charging $100k+ for a manuscript. You are paying them to just handle everything, whatever it takes, and for that price, they will. Do not let a ghostwriter just go with a straight hourly fee, unless you are cool with them potentially running up their bill. Most of the good ones will have a set price for a specific set of deliverables, and then an hourly rate for time beyond that.
  3. Rights and Royalties: Make sure you retain 100% of all the rights to your book. Not only copyright, but the print license, all film, rights, TV, foreign, and adaptations rights. Do not let any ghostwriter try to keep any rights to your book, ever.
  4. Plagiarism protection: This won’t be a concern with a good ghostwriter, but make sure you are indemnified against them stealing someone else’s content. No good ghostwriter would ever think of doing this, so they’ll have no issue putting in the contract.

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