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What I Think About the OptinMonster List Building Software

According to data from the Direct Marketing Association, you can expect an average ROI of $38 for every $1 you invest in email marketing. This is in line with research from Monetate, based on an analysis of over 500 million shopping experiences, that found that email marketing beats search and social media, combined, when it comes to conversions. If […]

Freelance Writers Den Review

The Freelance Writers Den is a top community for freelance writers; with over 1,200 members, it’s not surprising that we’ve been asked over and over again if this community is worth it. Is the Freelance Writers Den a valuable freelance writing community, or another time-suck and waste of money? Here’s what we think: — Making […]

Wealthy Web Writer Review: A Premium Course for Online Writers

Late last year I was contacted by the American Writers & Artists Inc. (AWAI) and I was offered a 3-month subscription to their Wealthy Web Writer membership site. Other than Carol Tice’s Freelance Writers Den – which I’ll be reviewing in the near future – I’m not enrolled in any other writing course/site and I can […]

Let Danny Iny Teach You to Write like Freddy

I’ve been writing about guest blogging for almost a week now because I think it should be an essential part of the career of any writer online. One thing I’ve always placed emphasis on, though, is that guest blogging without a plan will always lead to failure. My friend from Firepole Marketing, Danny Iny, just […]

Blokube Premium: Getting the Extra Attention for Your Articles

A few months ago I reviewed a great service by my friend Devesh called Blokube. It is a social blogmarking site that helps bloggers connect with each other and get that extra exposure for their articles.

Onibalusi

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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