Writers in Charge

Archive for December, 2011

Five Mistakes That Make Your Article Marketing Campaigns Fail

This is a guest post by Sylviane I have been writing online since 2006.  Since then, I’ve written over 2000 articles (lost track) and that doesn’t include my blog posts.  I have also written a handful of writing tutorials and I answer a lot of writing questions on a regular basis through forums, emails and especially […]

Email Copywriting Demystified: How To Exploit The Hidden Freelancing Niche

This guest post is written by Tom McSherry Becoming an email copywriter is one of the most lucrative ways to make money online as a freelance writer. Content marketers with huge mailing lists stand to make thousands from a well-crafted email, so they’re willing to pay big bucks for good copy. Likewise, most brick-and-mortar businesses […]

Are You Making These 9 Guest Blogging Mistakes?

Guest blogging can be a very potent method for building a successful blog, and it has  been the sole source of marketing my blog for almost a year now. It doesn’t matter if you’re an individual wanting to build an audience for your blog, or a company looking for ways to bolster your growth, guest […]

3 Unique Ways to Get Freelance Writing Clients

According to the 2011 Freelance Industry Report, the biggest challenge freelancers are currently facing is with getting clients, and a massive 22% of those surveyed complained about this being a problem. In the same light, the next major challenge freelance writers face is with ending the feast-or-famine circle, and over 13% of those surveyed cited […]

My Income and Traffic Report – November 2011

First, I’d like to thank you all for nominating WritersinCharge as a top writing blog for the WritetoDone contest. The contest is over now, and the winner will be announced before Christmas. It wouldn’t be the same without you, so thanks! Every month, I make it a duty to report my income and traffic as […]


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