The Association of Ghostwriters recently debuted its new website, which has been redesigned to be more useful to ghostwriters and future authors.
With ghostwriting services on the rise current estimates suggest that as many as 50 percent of all New York Times bestsellers are now ghostwritten the Association of Ghostwriters aims to raise the profile of successful ghostwriters, assist writers interested in entering this niche, and connect individuals interested in writing a book with professionals who can assist them.
The association’s website now includes a directory of members, a profile of a current member on the home page, and a link to the organization’s blog, where tips and opinions about ghostwriting are shared.
“The website redesign has boosted traffic and, consequently, brought in new ghostwriting projects for our members,” says Marcia Layton Turner, executive director of the Association of Ghostwriters. “Our goal is to make the association the destination for anyone who is a ghostwriter or who is looking to hire one.”
The Association of Ghostwriters (associationofghostwriters.org) helps members tap into this expanding market for their services. Member benefits include monthly teleseminars on topics related to marketing, project management, outsourcing and time management; a monthly newsletter; a private members-only forum; ghostwriting job postings; and a member directory.