Writers in Charge

Archive for February, 2012

How to Start Freelance Writing

I was answering a pile of emails today when I noticed a really touching question. This question made me think and really ponder on the tips I give here. While most of them are practical, hardly any of them is really useful for the beginner and confused freelance writer. How do You Really Get Started […]

The Sad Truth: You Still Have to Pay Taxes If You Make Your Money Online

This guest post is written by Amanda DiSilvestro. As the daughter of an accountant, I have to say I’m not surprised that I was hounded about my taxes the minute I got a full-time job. Although it seemed like a hassle at first, I have to admit that for a writer, any information about taxes […]

7 Ways to Write a High Impact Blog Post

This is a guest post by Adarsh Thampy. We bloggers and content marketers believe in the power of content. Content can provide value, create trust and build relationships. However, have you ever wondered about the kind of content you put out there? I have no doubt that you will deliver quality articles packed with information. […]

7 Actionable Ways to Earn Decent Income as a Freelance Writer

This is a guest post by Michael Chibuzor. The best paying clients are closer than you think. If you want to attract credible freelance projects and earn some decent income, then you have to re-order your thought pattern. I don’t think you need any other skill to succeed as a freelance writer, aside from what […]

Which Writing Questions Do You Want Answered in My Upcoming eBook?

I’m in the process of releasing a new ebook as a pillar to support the brand of this blog and as a resource for all writers, both beginning and expert, from all over the world. The new ebook will be titled The Writer’s Handbook: How to Write for Traffic and Money and it will be […]


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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