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Writers in Charge

Archive for November, 2011

5 Writing Quotes to Supercharge Your Day

┬áThis is a guest post by Gregory of Sparring Mind. A lot of great things have been said about writing. This would seemingly be appropriate, as writers are supposed to be the ones who put into words things that affects us. As writers, our words can inspire, anger, provoke, and even bring joy to those […]

10 Ways for New Writers to Market their Business and Get Into the Spotlight

To really succeed as a writer you need traffic, links and subscribers, and you need a lot of them. While ultimately, only clients would put money in your pockets, you need more than just clients for your writing business to survive. In my own opinion, getting clients is one of the easiest tasks for any […]

Did You See a Job Post to Write for a Content Farm? Just Say No.

This is a guest post by Kalen Smith. If you are a new writer, you may not always know who to take on for clients. In the beginning, you may be tempted to take any who will pay a salary. In several of his previous articles, Onibalusi mentioned that it can be better to have […]

Importance of Vocabulary in Commercial Writing

This is a guest post by Neeraj. Non-native writers such as me find lack of vocabulary to be a major hindrance for exceptional writing. Anyone can learn to write, and if you put your mind to it, you can make money writing. When writing, knowing and using strong vocabulary will double the amount you will […]

How I Write a Complete Article from Scratch

If there is one question I get a lot, it is that of how I write an article from scratch! I have gotten quite a lot of questions about my productivity as a writer, but I’ll say the question of how I write my articles is the second top question I get. In fact, someone […]

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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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