Writers in Charge

Archive for July, 2015

4 Ridiculously Simple Ways to Instantly Earn More as a Freelance Writer

Imagine you received this email from a potential client… “Hi, I have an ecommerce business I’m about to set up for my very profitable offline shoe store and I’m looking to use content marketing as my main marketing model. I’ve read a lot about it and I’m convinced that it works. I was wondering if […]

Master Spelling Skills and Improve Your Vocabulary in 5 Easy Steps

By Chassie Lee It all boils down to strategic learning. You can spend hours on end with word lists and spelling activities only to realize they don’t promote your learning. Don’t sweat it. Here are five easy ways you can improve your spelling and vocabulary the smart way.

These People Are Getting Paid to Write. Here’s Why You Might Not…

Have you ever asked yourself what it is that really separates average freelance writers from really successful ones? A while back, I shared quick lessons from my cold pitching experiment, and I shared what was working for me and what I felt wasn’t working. Two days after, I got the following email from a reader (Nabankita): “Thanks […]

Quick Lessons From an Experiment in Cold Pitching

I sent this as an email to my newsletter a while back, and I’ve gotten several positive responses from people getting results by implementing my suggestions, so I’m publishing it here on the blog with minor edits. I don’t hide the fact that I’m a huge advocate of having clients come to you; I favor this model […]

I just got featured in The Nations newspaper!

I’ve just been featured, for the second time, in Nigeria’s second biggest newspaper; in a country of over 180 million people, this is a BIG deal. I’ve gotten a lot of media publicity over the years – Forbes, Millionaire Magazine Italy, Digital Journal and some of the biggest publications locally and internationally. Something I didn’t […]


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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