Writers in Charge

Archive for February, 2011

Living Frugally With Excessive Credit Card Debt Can Be very Tricky

This is a guest post by Mirsad. Living frugally with excessive credit card debt can be very tricky. This balancing act requires effort and rigorous self-discipline. Teaching yourself the difference between life’s necessities and those expensive indulgences that rob the money from your pocket is a valuable but difficult lesson. With easy forms of credit […]

How To Be YOU In The Blogosphere?

This guest post is written by Jane Sheeba of Problogging Success This is a tricky question. Many will ask: Is it that important to be myself? Are there not many other things that are more important than this for blogging success? Well, if you are tempted to ask this question, wait there. Read on. You […]

7 Inexcusable Mistakes of Entrepreneurship

This is a guest post by Ofili. There is nothing more frustrating for me than to see a powerful business destroyed by silly silly mistakes. And I see it every day…on facebook, at cafes, at networking events, everywhere…businesses that should be exploding are instead limited by errors. So I compiled a list…not because I was […]

How to Significantly Improve Your Blog Alexa Rank

I know there has been a lot of debate on the importance of the Alexa ranking system but I’d like you to know that what matters most isn’t what you think of your business but what other people think of it. It doesn’t matter how great of an expert you think you are or how […]

The 7 Undisputed Techniques for Monetizing Blog Subscribers into Paying Customers

This is a guest post by Bolaji O. I’m sorry to break it to you. But Google AdSense is NOT the greatest income potential that your blog has. Monetizing your subscribers is. Here are the 7 Undisputed Techniques that will take your blog readers from browsers to buyers.


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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