I have been a freelance writer for over ten years and have worked for several large print publishers. I have been doing ghostwriting for many web sites, publishers, and other clients and do everything from ebooks to web content to reviews.
Alrighty.... think I`m finally caught up enough to know what`s up......
From what I have read/seen so far, it seems that there are a few people who are bilingual that would present a wonderful opportunity to widen the customer base. I would be more than happy to create SEO content, articles, or whatever is needed and have someone translate them so that you can broaden the site`s potential customer base to other communities. I know that especially in the Southern US, there are a lot of Spanish-speaking business owners that would love to have access to services. (I get a lot of calls for translation projects!)
Anyhow - just a thought.....
Although I am new to this site, I love it - I am a professional writer, and I am happy to contribute any SEO content, articles, or whatever is needed to help get any project going.
(I haven`t had time to go through all the postings on this threat yet.... but I will!)
I have been in the writing business for over ten years. During this time, I have done it all - from working with large publishers to mentoring upcoming writers. Now, I want to develop a web based program where new writers can learn how to be a professional writer. I have already started on an ebook over the subject and have the ideas ready for either an online course or an online training program. I have checked into several online colleges and degree programs, but since I don`t have a teaching certificate, they won`t talk to me. So - I would like some advice on finding a partner who can help with the design and a bit of the investment areas. I can do all the writing and course design, but I`m not too savvy on the details of web design and other areas that it would take to get this project off the ground. Any ideas or nudges in the right direction would be sweet.