Writing References & Links

Jim Kimmons has been a freelance writer in various business and investment venues for many years.  Here are some of the projects, articles, blogs, websites and books which he has written, either in his name or as a ghostwriter.

Magazines & Books

An article in Energy of the City magazine titled Rethink Remodel.

Jim’s book for first-time homebuyers titled 70 Things First Time Homebuyers Need to Know.

Jim’s book titled Real Estate Agent’s Desk Reference.

Ghost Writing

Book for Scott Yancey (Flipping Vegas) titled Go Time.

Book for Andrew Cordle titled Cash Flow Finish Line.

Book for Doug Clark (Flip Men on Spike TV) titled Big Money: Profit from Today’s Real Estate Market.

Book for Danny Perkins & Drew Levin titled:  Building Wealth: A Guide to Real Estate Profits.

Book about stocks & options trading for Steven Sitkowski titled Trade Like the Pros.

Book for Mitch Zacks titled How to Consistently Beat the Market: Zacks Proven Formula for Making 26% a Year for More Than Two Decades.

Other books for various real estate and investing personalities that are used as promotions for their seminars, etc.

Websites & Blogs

11 years as the Real Estate Business Guide writer for About.com, later changed to TheBalance.com at https://www.thebalance.com/real-estate-4073981.

Huffington Post articles as ghostwriter for Dean Graziosi at https://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/dean-graziosi.

Blog posts ghostwriter for WebsiteBox.com, a real estate website provider.

Hundreds of articles and blog posts around the Web for businesses, mostly those related to real estate, real estate investing and stock market/options investing.

Buy my Spec articles at ConstantContent.com

Licensed Real Estate Broker – Past licenses in TX and CO, Current in NM

Road Trip

I’m in Toronto, Canada last week through this week working with a major writing client.  WebsiteBox.com and I have a 3+ year relationship, and I’m working with them in rolling out a new vertical product line with major writing requirements.

I appreciate clients who need regular work, as it helps to smooth the sometimes roller coaster income of a freelance writer.  I just finished one book as a ghost writer for another client and starting another soon.  Work is good for you.

Copyright Protection for My Clients

If I’m doing regular blog posts for a client, I set them up with a free account at MyFreeCopyright.com.  This service uses the RSS feed from the blog to digitally file a copy of each post with a unique time-stamped identity.  The blog owner will receive an email each time a post is protected.

While this doesn’t keep someone from stealing your content, it does create definite proof of first publication, and you can place their logo on your site to discourage copying of your content as well.

Please request this service if you want it, as there are many opinions about copyright and allowing others to use material from a blog.

Writing for Realtors Around the World

Real Estate is Our Greatest Strength

Jim Kimmons has done it all:

There simply is no substitute for this kind of experience and depth of industry knowledge. You can get cheaper writing, but you’ll not get better.

WorldWideWordsmith.com will deliver:

  • On-time and on bid and budget.
  • Material that exceeds your expectations.
  • Writing that originates in knowledge & experience.

Call or email Jim now!

How We Work – Writing and Payment Policy

How We Work With Our Clients
Quality, Procedures and Policies

Our absolute goal is to provide quality writing services, on time, and exceeding our clients’ expectations.  We find that we can achieve this goal when both we and our clients clearly understand expectations and requirements.  With that in mind, we would like all potential clients to look over our work procedures and policies.  Though we can and do vary from these policies at times, it will be on an individual client basis, and specifically laid out in the contract for services.

  • Project Scope of Work & Description: WorldWideWordsmith.com has found time and again that initial project description is absolutely critical to our ability to more-than-satisfy our clients.  We will frequently ask for more information, outlines or other itemized instructions.  In the case of services delivered through elance.com and guru.com, this part of the process may happen after the bid and before project acceptance.  We apologize for any inconvenience, however doing it during the bidding process is just not feasible with the number of jobs bid versus those awarded to our company.
  • Quality and Price: Directly related to Item 1, we are not the average freelance writing resource.  Our work and client service attitude far exceeds that of most writers in this business.  We are almost NEVER the low bidder for a project.  However, we keep quite busy, so there is a definite demand for quality over price.  If there is any doubt that we can more-than-satisfy a prospective client, we will decline a project.  We consider ourselves as partners with our clients in achieving their goals in using our services.  This is not a quantifiable quality, however it will rarely be available at the lowest price.
  • Delivery Deadlines: We believe that meeting deadlines for delivery is mandatory.  However, when material is submitted to the client for review, we are not in control of the process until the client replies or sends revision instructions.  Note that we will outline in our contract for services the turn-around necessary to keep the project on track to meet delivery deadlines.  If the client does not return instructions in a timely manner, we will notify them of required adjustments to delivery schedules.
  • Writing Services vs Web Design/Posting: We are writers, and do not aspire to actually construct web pages nor place material into a client’s website.  It is also not our normal scope of work to actually design brochures or newsletters.  We find that others can do it at a lower cost to our clients.  In the case of blog posts, we will actually place posts for the client if that is our agreement.  However, placing web pages or graphics would be a special circumstance, and not what we consider the best use of our services.
  • Graphics and Images: If we agree to place images in blog posts, web sites or other materials, we will only place images supplied by the client.  The client will accept all responsibility for the source of the graphics and their conformance to copyright law.  We strongly respect copyright and would like our clients to do the same.
  • Our Work and Originality: We will ALWAYS provide our clients with original and unique content.  We never plagiarize, excerpt, or use software to re-write material.
  • Payment and Copyright: Our contract for services clearly states that we will transfer all rights to our client upon acceptance of the work AND payment in full of all amounts in the contract for services.  In projects with multiple deliveries of partial content, we will retain all rights until final payment is made in full.  It is rare that we experience dissatisfied clients.  However, if a client is so dissatisfied with our writing product or services that they do not wish to pay in full, it is only logical that they would not want to use the writing in any way.  In this case, the client has invested nothing, while we have invested our expertise and time without payment.  It is only right that our product remain our property.  We use CopyScape to protect our material, and we will enforce our copyright in the case of non-payment.