Have you ever published a blog on the Internet, excited about all the likes and shares it might get, but then… nothing?
As a freelance ghostwriter who also happens to be an attention-starved actor (seriously), I know the feeling. It hurts to pour your heart into a work of art that goes nowhere.
And there lies the problem. Is writing an art? Sure. But it’s a science, too. It’s hard to make a blog go viral when you don’t understand human psychology. I’ve studied that subject for more than five years. Not gonna lie… it’s my secret weapon.
This seems like a good place to introduce myself. The name is Daniel Wallen. I produce actionable content for ambitious people who want to live a remarkable life. My work has been featured on Lifehack, Pakwired, and Thought Catalog (to name a few).
Here are five fun facts and humble brags about myself:
- I self-published a Kindle book that’s been read by 20,000+ people.
- Millions of people have read my articles (syndicated on more than 20 websites).
- In my past life (not a literal statement), I was a yoga teacher and personal trainer.
- I’ve served as a ghostwriter for clients seen on Esquire, Entrepreneur, and Dr. Phil.
- My content has been shared by influential figures including Brian Tracy and Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Once upon a time, I was an online personal trainer. If you wonder why so many of my articles concern fitness, that’s why! While I’m still passionate about fitness, this wasn’t the best career choice for me.
Coaching isn’t my greatest strength. I’m far from bad at it. That said, I’ve been writing since I was a teenager, so it’s not difficult to see how this skill would be more developed. After years of frustration, I left the fitness industry and went “All In” for freelance writing.
Best. Decision. Ever.
The process of finding clients got a hundred times easier. I became more confident in my ability to produce results. It’s important to feel proud of your work. And there’s no more worrying about money. It’s amazing how stress melts away when you achieve financial stability.
How am I different from other freelancer writers?
I prefer long-term collaborations. You can’t publish one blog and expect a miracle to happen. That requires planning and patience. I’ve helped several clients create Big Picture content production strategies. They have enough blogs in the bank to keep their readers engaged for weeks or months at a time.
What are some examples of my freelance writing services?
The project could be as simple as a short-and-sweet list post. Or it could be as complex as a long-and-elaborate memoir. I’ve helped my clients — featured on popular news and talk shows such as 20/20, Rachael Ray, Steve Harvey, Anderson Cooper, and Good Morning America — with a diverse variety of assignments including:
- Sales pages
- About pages
- Online reports
- Press releases
- Email newsletters
- Magazine columns
- Product descriptions
- Autoresponse sequences
- Social media management
Put simply, no project is too big or small for this freelance writer. Contact me to schedule a free consultation now.