Ghostwriting is a text service and not a caring tutor. Who mixes these two things, plays with the feelings of his customers.

Anyone who hires a ghostwriter usually has good reasons for doing so. Deadline pressure is certainly a component, but often also insecurity in dealing with texts and scientific formalities are added.

“Come, I’ll help you …”

Some ghostwriting agencies endeavor to appeal to customers primarily in an emotional way and to present themselves as a kind of student friend. This is nothing more than an attempt to exploit naivety and neediness commercially: Customers who feel addressed by it, are unlikely to be able to evaluate the delivered texts on the basis of strict scientific quality standards – instead, the focus is on being treated nicely his.

Although this feeling has a certain beneficial effect, the text delivered is not affected by it: If this text is deficient, this feeling even helps to ignore shortcomings – one does not want to criticize nice, new friends.

Shops with clear rules

Soberly, ghostwriting is a business where the customer pays for services such as text or additional services such as consulting or proofreading. Participation in this business involves obligations for both sides and should not be complicated by the shift to the emotional level.

Agencies that take this into consideration are not only more honest with their customers, they also offer clearly understandable services. You can also afford to remedy any defects quickly. Because they do not see themselves as educators, not as psychiatrists or friends, but offer their customers honest services against honest payment.