Writers in Charge

Archive for November, 2012

Insecurity: How Freelance Writers Can Cope With Uncertainty

I was crazily in love with the idea of having high paying clients… The desire was so intense that I even started to dream about them. Lo and behold, I opened my email one day and saw two emails from two different clients. One was offering a huge $5 per article project, while the other […]

7 Reasons Why Your Writing Skills Aren’t Improving

Guest post by Abass Just as you wouldn’t pay a huge price for a substandard product or service, no client will ever pay you well for writing crap – and that’s if you’re lucky to attract one in the first place. So if you really want to make money – real money, not crumbs – […]

The Writer’s Guide to Overcoming Tech Problems

“Who do you go to for technical support?” – Rob Today’s question is from Rob and it’ll be addressing a major problem most writers face – getting tech help. Since I’m still very young, I believe I’m not far behind when it comes to handling basic tech issues online, but I’m also not a genius […]

Challenge Update #3: My First Report

It’s been a little over a month now since I decided to get in the trenches, build a new blog from scratch and prove it’s possible to build a successful, blogging-based freelance writing business based on the tips I give on this blog – in less than 6 months. A lot of things have happened […]

How To Build Confidence in Your Writing Ability

I once read a story about Mr. Daly, a poor farmer, his wife and their three kids. As a last ditch effort to save his farm, Mr. Daly spent his last few dollars to buy some new laying-chickens so he could sell their eggs to make ends meet. However, when the delivery guy came to […]

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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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