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Archive for March, 2010

I am changing my domain name!

Dear readers, I want to inform you that I will be changing my domain name tomorrow April 1st 2010. I will be changing it to a more meaningful domain that tallies with what I am doing. I started www.dataentryforall.net october last year with an intention of selling access to data entry information, I later discovered […]

10 Great Blogging Tips (reloaded)

Some weeks back, I wrote a post on 10 great blogging tips. Some of my commenters Jogz from http://jogztatic.com/ and Peter from http://www.techsexy.net/ asked me to give detailed explanation on it for the advantages of beginners so I decided to make this post on that. Also, I make an apology to peter from http://www.techsexy.net/ for […]

Interview with Benjamin Lang of ben-lang.com

Hi Everybody, Here  is a great interview with Benjamin Lang of http://www.ben-lang.com The interview is a great interview and Benjamin is a great and young entrepreneur, You are sure to gain some things from the interview. 1.      What motivated you to start blogging?  I saw how many other people were blogging and how […]

The 7 principles of success

Are you having problem being successful both online and offline? Are you not comfortable with your present state? Do you think you need a liberation or momentum? Then you need to know the 7 principles of success and things will turn around! 1. The right mindset: “Fail in this- Fail in all”. For you to […]

Keyword search tools: The Key to Open the Floodgates to Web Traffic

Here is a guest post from Lena & Dima of http://www.internetbusinessbts.com The one thing that makes a difference to your online business is traffic to your website. In order to drive more traffic to your site you need it to be ranked high on search engines. This requires that the website is optimized to be […]


Welcome! I'm Bamidele Onibalusi, a young writer and blogger. I believe writers are unique and highly talented individuals that should be given the respect they deserve. This blog offers practical advice to help you become truly in charge of your writing career.

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