Ghostwriter for Central Florida

Quality Business Plan has a ghostwriter, ghost book writer, and strategic plan writer ready to assist small business owners in the Orlando, FL., Tampa, FL., Daytona Beach, FL., and other Central Florida areas. 

We specialize in business-related writing. 

Service Area for Central Florida

  • Tampa, FL.
  • Sarasota, FL.
  • St. Petersburg, FL.
  • Clearwater, FL.
  • Orlando, FL.
  • Windermere, FL.
  • Sanford, FL.
  • Kissimmee, FL.
  • Daytona Beach, FL.
  • Deltona, FL.
  • Palm Coast, FL.
  • Titusville, FL.

Ghostwriting Services Offered

Ghost Book and eBook Writer

Want to educate your current and potential customers about your industry?  Looking for a way to be viewed as an industry expert? Write a book about it.   Not a "born: writer?  No worries. Our ghost book writer will do all the writing and help you publish your book on Amazon IN YOUR NAME!

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Ghostwriter

Our ghostwriter will write up articles and blog postings, in your name, on a topic of your choosing. The minimum word count for a ghostwritten article or blog is 250.

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Call or Text Paul, Doctoral Candidate, MBA.

321-948-9588

Email: Paulb@QualityBusinessPlan.com

Hours of Operation: 7 Days a week 8am to 9pm EST.

Our writer is located in Orlando, Fl. We have researched and written business plans for numerous businesses in the US.

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Published Books By Owner, Paul Borosky, MBA., Doctoral Candidate

Popular Ghostbook and Ghostwriting Topics

Our ghost book and ghostwriter has experience in writing about a multitude of different business topics from industry challenges to business-related concepts like employee recruitment.

Ghost Book Writer for Orlando, FL.

Our ghost book writer may help Orlando owners by writing a book about industry-related topics.  For example, Orlando, Florida, is the number one tourism destination in the world.  Millions of people flock to the city to enjoy Walt Disney World, Universal, coastal beaches, and sunny Florida weather.  Because tourism is so important to Orlando area businesses, an owner may choose to explore the importance of tourism to the city through a well-written ghost book. 

A foundation for a tourism book may include industry statistics.  From a brief Google search, our ghost book writer found that revenues for the tourism industry in the US exceeded $1 trillion in the past year.  Also, industry experts project that growth for the industry will continue at about a 1% pace.  In the last five years, research has shown that the tourism industry has grown at about a 1.3% rate.

This information is a fantastic foundation to write a ghost book or ghost e-book for business owners to show industry knowledge and expertise.  From this information, our ghost book writer may explore topics about specific tourism attractions like Walt Disney and Universal.  Further, ghost books may be written about any one of the numerous industries that are impacted by tourism.  With this topic, the only limits is one’s imagination for e-book writing in paperback writing.

Ghostwriter – Articles for Tampa, FL.

A possible ghostwriter article for a business professional in the Tampa area could be about understanding market segments.  A market segment is a group of customers, with similar traits, that may be attracted to a product or service.  Some business owners may segment people based on geography.  An example of this would be individuals within a specific mile radius of a business.  Another example of a market segment could be fitness enthusiasts.  This market segment is based on individuals with like-minded values about fitness and health.  With the help of our ghostwriter, area businesses may publish articles about this topic and more.

Ghostwriter – Business Topics for Daytona Beach, FL.

Small businesses in the Daytona Beach Metropolitan area may need a ghostwriter for business topics like dealing with mid-career plateaus.  Almost all businesses, eventually, will have employees.  Hopefully, employees stay with an organization for a significant amount of time.  Unfortunately, though, some employees who have been with an organization for several years tend to reach a mid-career plateau.  Plateauing may be the fault of the employee.  Their skillset may not allow for further advancement.  Another plateau reason could be that a business just does not have anywhere else for an employee to move up.  Regardless of a mid-career plateau, business owners need to address this issue in creative and effective ways.  Because of this issue, our ghostwriter may work with an area business owner to explore this topic through well-written articles or blog postings.