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How Oliver Emberton Used Quora to Build a Popular Blog in Less Than One Year

Oliver Emberton’s articles have been read over 9 million times in the last year, and featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, TIME, and many more. Yet he started writing entirely by accident only 2 years ago. How did he go from Internet nobody to wildly successful blogger?

The Top Skill Bloggers Need Now to Skyrocket Their Success

By Carol Have you been wondering how to make your blog stand out? At this point, there are umpty-million blogs out there. Every niche has tons of bloggers. There is no wide-open field you can claim — and if you spot one, it’s probably there because that’s a topic nobody can earn from. Now, it’s […]

10 ways to Jump-Start a stagnant Blog

By Steff Green An unexplainable plateau in audience numbers is every blogger’s worst nightmare. Your content is sweet, you’re doing all your usual promo yet no new fish are nibbling at the bait. How do you get out of the popularity rut and reach a wealth of new eager readers? Here are ten strategies for […]

The 7 Deadliest Mistakes You Could Make When Blogging for Clients

Blogging can be a very powerful way to generate clients but you have to do it right. When blogging for clients, here are some of the deadliest mistakes you can make.

Get Free Traffic And Clients From Facebook

By Anne There are more than one billion Facebook users (according to recent surveys). This means that in one year, you can potentially (and easily) expose your online business to at least one million people if you work constantly at it. If you have 500 Facebook friends and they have 500 each, every time one […]


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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