Writers in Charge

Archive for March, 2011

12 Ways to Promote Your Business Online

This is a guest post by Praveen Sivaraman. When you are thinking of promoting your business or your brand, then there are a number of ways you can canvass for your brand and business. In business promotion, “small things matters most” – a classical example that saved once Pepsi Company against their competition to Coke, […]

5 Tips to Remain Sane when Starting a Business

This is a guest post by Brandon Yanofsky. No doubt, starting a business is one of the most rewarding experiences. But at times, it can certainly feel like the most grueling. There have been times when I thought for sure I’d lose my mind and wake up inside an insane asylum. Perhaps you’ve shared this […]

My Journey from A Poor, Fatherless Kid to A Successful Blogger

4/20/2016 Update: Re-reading this article after five years of writing it, some parts of it sound ridiculous and downright unbelievable. However, everything I wrote below was exactly how I felt at the time the events happened, and everything below is still true. I find it difficult to believe that some of the events described happened, but […]

Entrepreneur Spotlight – Jeedo Aquino

The entrepreneur spotlight feature is a feature on this blog in which I occasionally showcase a great, unique and innovative entrepreneur every once in a while. Some people have the ideas, they have the passion and they have everything needed to build a successful online business. All they need is a little spark, and my […]

Don’t Be Bullied by the Google Sandbox

This is a guest post by Kalen Smith. I sometimes feel that Internet marketers are too obsessed with Google and their SEO strategy.  Don’t get me wrong, Google is the biggest traffic generator on the Internet.  However, their quest to dominate the front page may hurt them in the long run when they choose to go […]

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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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