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What does ghostwriting mean?

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    Lara Davis

    Ghost writing is a widely known and very popular term in this decade. A ghostwriter is a person who creates writing for someone else, agreeing not to take any credit, property, or copyright. It could be said that it shares a certain similarity with copy writing. However, many times, a company that hires a ghostwriting company that does not take the credit for itself, but claims only permanent possession of the content. Even if the term is popular online and the act of ghostwriting is becoming increasingly famous on internet platforms, it is more commonly seen in both works and books. Many of the books you have read may not actually have been created by the author behind their name, but it is part of a ghostwriter’s confidentiality to keep this a secret if the client so wishes. What is your opinion about this?

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