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The 3-7-7 Follow Up Formula

It can be frustrating when you send an email and you hear nothing. You send an email to the editor of a potential publication you want to reach out to and, after checking your inbox like 100 times throughout the day, you hear nothing. Maybe they’re just busy, so you wait a day… a week… […]

20 Equestrian Magazines That Pay Writers

This list of equestrian magazines that pay is probably the most definitive collection of this sort on the web. For readers who enjoy horses and/or reading about them, these publications can provide a whole lot of enjoyment. Freelancers who work in this field can be horse owners and riders, as well as those who merely […]

Fishing Magazines That Pay Writers

Fishing magazines can sometimes be difficult to break into because compared to other genres, there aren’t that many of them out there. However, we’ve done the hard work to get you a list of the best fishing magazines that pay their writers – and pay them well. Please peruse the following publications and study their […]

Earn Your First $1,000 as a Freelance Writer: How to Determine Your Rates as a Freelance Writer

Ever since starting the Earn Your First $1,000 as a Freelance Writer challenge, a question I get asked a lot is that of how to charge clients. How do you ensure you are charging the right amount? How do you ensure you’re not cheating yourself? How do you ensure that the amount you demand won’t scare […]

Earn Your First $1,000 as a Freelance Writer: I Just Got My First Client

It’s been exactly 11 days since I kickstarted the Earn Your First $1,000 as a Freelance Writer challenge and I just got my first client TODAY! They will be paying me $150 per article. Here’s a screenshot of their message to me (I posted this in the challenge Facebook group earlier):

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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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