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Challenge Update #1: Setting Up My Blog

Last week I started a challenge to create a new blog from scratch and turn it into a blog which brings in clients that lead to 4-figures in freelance writing income in 3 – 6 months. If you’re not yet aware, you can read the first post in which I explain what the challenge is […]

In the Trenches; I’m Challenging Myself to Start Over Again

I’ve been freelance writing for two years now. One thing I’ve repeatedly made clear is that the sole source of success for my freelance writing business is my blog. I’ve written countless articles on how to get freelance writing clients from a blog, and I even created a definitive slide on how this works. But […]

A Renegade Writer Shows You How to Break In and Earn More

One of the few freelance writers I respect and follow is Linda Formichelli. She’s been in this game for over 15 years, she’s published her own book, she’s published several courses and she has countless testimonials from students who created a successful career after taking her advice. Linda knows what she’s doing, so naturally, I was […]

Why You’re Getting Paid $3 Per Article

Depending on who you are and what kind of writing you do: It could be $1 It could be $5 It could be $20 It could even be $50 an article As long as it is much less than what you deserve and what you really want to earn, there’s a reason why you’re getting […]

How I Made 5-Figures Freelancing in 2011, Revealed

I’m on track to make even more this year. This is all thanks to a very effective systematic approach I have in place – an approach a lot of other freelance writers ignore. This is all thanks to BLOGGING! The reality is that you probably know a dozen other freelance writers who have a blog, […]


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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