Blogging, while an engaging and entertaining experience, can also be something of a time suck. There comes a day when you realize you have lost half your day because you were sitting in front of a computer screen typing LOL as quickly as you could. Luckily, there is an easy solution to this blogging conundrum, one that will allow you to get your laundry schedule back on track. What you need is simple. Putting your life back in order is as simple as hiring a blog ghost writer.
Here are some reasons why hiring a ghost writer is worth your hard earned bucks:
- Ghost writers have an abundance of time that they need to fill doing something. Think I’m wrong? Consider this: ghost writers don’t even need to eat. They’re ghosts. Therefore, they have more time than you do since you keep having to take pesky nutritional breaks.
- Ghost writers know what you want to say with you having to think about it. You, on the other hand, spend a whole lot of time pondering things like “What’s my message?” and “How do I find my niche?“. Ghost writers aren’t you and as a result, they don’t care about your niche. They just write something so you’ll pay them.
- Ghost writers can say things you’re too nervous to say. Again, this is because they are not living your life. As a result, they only have minimal concern for what your mother-in-law might think if you use the words ‘balls’ inappropriately. This is good because the word balls is funny.
- Ghost writers are especially useful when people leave negative comments. Not only are their feelings not hurt (because they don’t care about personal attacks on you) but you can also pay them to haunt the person who dared to leave a negative comment.
- Ghost writers allow you time for you. You got into this whole blogging world in order to find a space that was truly yours. Somehow, you now find yourself chasing memes, unsure of yourself and full of questions. Should you move to WordPress? Should you have a three column blog or a two column blog? Where is that sandwich you made earlier? Take advantage of a ghost writer as a chance to sit back, take a bubble bath and watch Bridget Jones’ Diary. In no time, you’ll be feeling like your old self again, rested and ready to write posts about how to juggle everything in your life.
The proof is in the pudding: if you’re in over your head in the blogosphere, hire a ghost writer to help you get a handle on things. You just have to find a way to get your ghost writer to work for free. May I suggest bribing them with a mug?