Writers in Charge

Archive for August, 2011

9 Ways to Find Freelance Writing Clients Who Will Actually Pay You

This guest article is written by veteran freelance writer Sarah Russell. Over the past month, Onibalusi has shared a ton of great information about working as a freelance writer – including everything from writer productivity tips to freelance writing challenges to some of the lessons he’s learned working as a freelance writer. (And seriously – […]

Why You Might Never EVER Make Money as a Freelance Writer

If you’re reading this blog, and especially this article, then there’s every probability you’re a writer who wants to leverage the power of the internet to build a successful business. Without doubt, there are countless ways to make money online but there is no one-size-fits all solution to building a successful online business.

9 Essential Lessons I’ve Learned in 8 Months of Writing for Income

Time flies really quick and it’s funny how much one can do in such a short period of time. I was the last person to imagine that freelance writing will be such a great part of my life – I didn’t even have any plan for it to be a long-term business, but I’m growing […]

Case Study: An Inside Look into My Most Successful Guest Posts

You’ve probably been reading a lot lately about guest blogging and everybody keeps on preaching how effective it is, including those who have hardly ever used it. Since the main aim of this blog is to teach you how to write for traffic and money it is my duty to regularly show you effective ways […]

My Income and Traffic Report – July 2011

July was another great month for this blog and I’m very happy with my blogging journey so far. If you’re new to this blog, since WritersinCharge is a blog that teaches you how to write for traffic and money I publish my income and traffic report every month to show you where I am. The […]

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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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