Writers in Charge

Archive for January, 2016

How to Charge Your Clients 10X More by Building Social Proof

How much are you worth as a writer? If you assume that your value as a writer – and how much you can charge for your work – directly correlates with your skills, you’re in for a rough ride. Often, you read about writers struggling to earn $10 for a 1,000 words article, and at […]

16 Boating Magazines that Pay Writers up to $1,000 Per Article

Are you a boating enthusiast, or do you love to write about boating? We have good news! You can get paid to write about boating. The Writers in Charge team got to work and compiled this list of boating magazines that pay writers. Enjoy! Note: If you’d like to see more magazines that pay writers […]

Mystery Solved: The Number One Killer of Your Productivity Revealed

By Garik Himebaugh It’s Monday morning and you’re rushing to get ready and make it to work on time. At the office you are greeted by stacks of paperwork, 200 emails, and you have 5 meetings today. You sit down and make a list of everything you can think of to do, including what you […]

How to Use Pinterest to Promote Your Freelance Writing Business

By Kirsty Stuart Using images to promote your writing business? I know, it sounds odd. Or does it? If content is king in the blogging world, then images are surely the queen of social media, and if you think that as a writer you can’t market yourself and your freelance writing business with images, you […]

10 Indisputably Effective Ways to Give Your Freelance Business a Boost in 2016

How did your freelance writing business fare in 2015? For most people, a new year presents an opportunity for a new start. With much firmer resolve, you can tweak aspects of your business to guarantee maximum results, and you can double your efforts to ensure you’re on track to succeed. What successful freelancers know, though, […]


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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