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Writers in Charge

Archive for January, 2011

Must You Fake it Till You Make It?

There is a particular saying that is very common among people as far as success is concerned, irrespective of where you are in the world, and that saying is to fake it till you make it. We all have various reasons for saying and doing things but do you really believe in faking it till […]

The Ultimate Website Traffic Generation Blueprint

Getting traffic is one of the major problems bloggers and webmasters face because without traffic every other thing is impossible; it doesn’t matters if you have the best knowledge on how to monetize a blog or if you can convert 99.9% of your website visitors to subscribers you won’t be able to do anything if […]

7 Keys to Getting More Facebook Fans for your Facebook Page

This is a guest post by Adesoji Adegbulu. If you have a Facebook Page that lacks the required amount of Fans you desire, you should read this. Your page is lacking fans either because you are not promoting the page or because what you are offering is not what people need. In whichever way, your […]

Outsourcing: The Secret to Small Business Success

I have a great plan to expand my online business, income and traffic this month and outsourcing is a great strategy I’m planning to utilize. This great guest post by Bridie Jenner is a great post on out outsourcing. If you’re interested in writing for WritersinCharge you can submit your guest post. When you’re a […]

How to Successfully Start an Amazing Online Business

This is a guest post by Peter Joseph from Ideas Bubble. Building a successful online business isn’t something that’s anyway easy. It can take months, or even years, to get things into full order and to be making some profit from it. Although people often say that hard work is the key to your successes; […]

Onibalusi

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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