Ghost Writer needed!

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  1. RalphyBoy

    RalphyBoy Regular Member

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    I have a sales pitch that I would like to have re-wrtitten 15 times. Is this something that a ghost writer would be able to do? If so, has anyone worked with a good wrtier. If not, do you have another idea?

    Thanks again...
     
  2. Vivica

    Vivica Regular Member

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    I'd have a better chance of suggesting something if I knew:

    How long is your sales pitch, was it professionally written, and what kind of quality are you looking for in the 15 rewrites?
     
  3. RalphyBoy

    RalphyBoy Regular Member

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    This is a good point., Thanks!

    Yes, it was professionally written (by a copywriter), and I am hopind for the same quality just rephrased so it doesn't sound the same, but conveys the same message.
     
  4. Vivica

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    YW, I still don't know how long your sales pitch is though (how many words) and that makes a big difference both in cost and the companies that would be able to do it.
     
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  5. RalphyBoy

    RalphyBoy Regular Member

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    sorry about that....

    153 words, 841 characters (no spaces included)

    thanks again.
     
  6. artswerdstone

    artswerdstone Power Member

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    Try to post your request in the "Freelance Jobs". Maybe you'll get some offers. It's a good idea to mention the approximate number of the words, and how much percentage of the words you need to be rewritten (e.g. 25%, 33%, 50% etc.).
     
  7. RalphyBoy

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    I will, thanks!