Writers in Charge

Archive for July, 2010

What Are You Doing to Make Yourself a Success?

There are many people who are complaining of not making it or having problems succeeding online and I can assure you many of them will still be complaining in months to come. Why? The answer is in this post! I have seen a lot of bloggers (both new and old) complaining about not being successful […]

Ethical Marketing VS Unethical Marketing

The problem that bothers most newbies when trying to make money online is impatience. Yeah! impatience! many of them are in a hurry and are not ready to wait. The end result is that instead of marketing ethically these newbies begin to market unethically which is the wrong way to go. I know how you […]

Interview With Young Entrepreneur – Raymond Lei

I was recently contacted by someone sometimes ago who eventually led me to Raymond Lei. Raymond is really a great example of a true entrepreneur and due to my exams this interview will have been published before now. Raymond has an entrepreneurial spirit and proven results, I and you have a lot to learn from […]

Making Money Online from the Square One – If I had to Start Again…This is What I’d Do

It’s been about a year now since I started looking into this whole “make money online” thing and in that time I’ve done nothing but learn new things.  Everywhere you turn in this game there are new skills to learn, bits of information to disect, tricks to implement and tests to carry out. I wanted […]

How to Arouse Engagement On Your Blog – Get More Comments and Retweets

I have been observing something on my blog recently and if you are a regular reader of this blog you will also have observed the same. The thing is, the number of comments and retweets on my posts are becoming significantly low. I will tell you boldly that my traffic is not decreasing (it is […]


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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