ABOUT ‘WRITERS IN CHARGE’
At ‘Writers in Charge’ our philosophy is that you, the writer, should be in charge – not your client or anybody/anything else, but you. Our only goal here at this blog is to help you become the person in charge. Every content released here will be focused on helping you achieve this goal.
This blog has been founded and is run by Bamidele Onibalusi and a team of writers from different parts of the world.
ABOUT BAMIDELE ONIBALUSI
Bamidele Onibalusi is a freelance writer from Nigeria who has been writing for a living since 2010.
He started this blog in April 2010 (as YoungPrePro.com) and re-branded it as WritersinCharge.com in March 2013. He runs this blog with the Writers in Charge team.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT WRITERS IN CHARGE AND BAMIDELE ONIBALUSI
Steve earned $2,000 thanks to a post I wrote…
“Hi there Onibalusi,
“I’m just writing to say THANKS for your extremely helpful guest posting guide. It has helped me a TON in the past few weeks. In fact, I earned over $2,000 with the help of your posts in June (last month).
“So anyway, thanks again for your great tips and for running this extremely helpful website”
Steven Fabian, Business Online Guidance
Zac Johnson says I’m one of the best guest bloggers around…
One of the best guest bloggers around is Onibalusi, who has made a very successful blog and business all thanks to guest blogging… and his efforts just keep paying off month after month.
Zac Johnson – Six Figure Blogger and founder of ZacJohnson.com
Abayomi was published on a popular blog…
“Let me start by thanking you for your articles and emails, they have helped me improve stupendously as a writer.
“I recently wrote an article on Lifehack which has numerous shares. I felt it will be good to share this achievement with you because you have really given me confidence in my ability directly or indirectly.”
Abayomi Jegede, LeadersHub.org
William earned his first $40 as a freelance writer…
“Keep up the great work. I earned my first $40 from freelance writing thanks to your ’45 Blogs That Pay’ post. Hope I can really build on that in the next few months.
“Just thought I would let you know.”
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