Writers in Charge

Archive for November, 2012

4 Ways To Double The Quality Of Your Writing Overnight

Guest post by Logan Marshall It is 3 am. The air is hot. Inside an old barn, Frank hovers over a large, intricate machine. Sweating. Illuminated by a single flickering candle. He looks tired. Borderline insane. His long wiry hair a mess, a manic smile stretching across his face… Outside, unknown to Frank, a SWAT team […]

Charge More! 5 Ways to Reach More Clients While Raising Your Prices

This is a “one-of-a-kind” guest post by Shane Melaugh, who runs a small software development company and writes about growing online businesses on imimpact.com. Your content is valuable and your time is valuable, but your clients love a bargain. How can you get paid more for your work and reach new clients at the same […]

Tom Ewer shares what it Takes to be a Successful Freelance Blogger

A great way to succeed as a freelance writer is by specializing and focusing. Tom Ewer is a master at that. He’s mastered the art of freelance blogging and he now averages at least $4,000 online every month by freelance blogging. Tom recently released what I’d like to call “The Ultimate Guide to being a […]

How to Juggle Writing and Other Essential Commitments

“I’m not superwoman. The reality of life is that I’m juggling a lot of balls in the air. And sometimes some of the balls get dropped.” ~ Cherie Blair Writing is my passion. But I must admit it’s not easy. I have to juggle between being a freelance writer, a teacher, a mom and an active church […]

How Confidence Can Make All the Difference to Your Freelance Writing Career

Today’s guest post is from Tom Ewer, a very successful freelance blogger. Tom just launched what I think is the ultimate guide to being a successful freelance blogger, and a guide I think you should check out! — Are you a writer? Let me tell you something — you’re better than you think you are. […]

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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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