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Welcome to Episode 37 of Grow My Accounting Practice! Freelance writer, Meggan Robinson, shares the importance of producing content for your website. She also explores the methodology behind producing your own content, including how to generate topics and tools that you may want to use as a writer. If your time is limited, Meggan gives some insight on how you can hire a ghost writer (someone to produce original content for you around any topic that you desire). She gives some great tips on how to find a suited ghost writer and what you can expect to pay.
After two decades in the fine wine business, Meggan Robinson returned to her roots as a lover of language and research. Working full time as a freelance writer, Meggan covers a wide range of topics and genres – ghostwriting everything from entrepreneurial articles to bestselling niche fiction, as well as turning out articles in her areas of specialty: wine, craft beer, food, and travel. Meggan graduated from McDaniel College with a degree in English Language and Literature and writes from her home in Maryland.
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Nextiva – VOIP phone providers for small businesses.
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Fundbox – the simplest and fastest way to fix your cash flow by advancing payments for your outstanding invoices.
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2 thoughts on “Website Content and Ghost Writing with Meggan Robinson”
Awesome podcast! I loved the part about the tools used to capture ideas. I like using Google Keep.
Hi Seth – Happy you enjoyed it. I am checking out Google Keep now (never heard of it before).