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30 Websites that Will Pay You to Write, Instantly

Do you want to get paid to write? If yes, this list of 30 websites and blogs that pay writers is exactly what you need. It doesn’t really matter whether you want to get paid to write reviews, lists, or tutorials, there is an abundance of blogs and websites that pay writers who can give […]

How to Write 1,000 Words per Day Consistently (Even If You’re a Beginner)

By Charles Bordet One thousand words a day! That was the goal I had in mind when I decided to start writing a lot more. This plan won’t easily become a reality, though. I’d never been consistent or productive in my writing, because my usual routine was to merely write sporadically, i.e, when I had […]

9 Easy Ways To Turn A Boring Topic Into A Killer Article

Staring at a blank page is a feeling that every writer knows well. It’s even harder when you’ve got a ‘boring’ or ‘dull’ topic ahead of you. But here’s the secret: There is no such thing as a boring topic. If you can find the right angle, the right audience, and the right tone, then […]

4 Ridiculously Easy Steps to Write a Good Outline for Your Articles

A reader asked: “Hi, Bamidele. I can gladly say that you’ve been an inspiration in my life. I just started to explore online content writing and I’m experiencing some difficulties in forming a good outline for my articles. Do you have any tips and pointers that can help?“ I’ll be sharing the format I use […]

Weird Jobs of 11 Famous Writers

Do you know that Stephen King was once a Janitor in a high school? Or that Charles Dickens once worked labelling jars in a shoe polish factory? It’s interesting how much can happen if you focus on your craft and don’t give up, and this infographic reveals weird jobs 11 of the world’s famous writers once held. I […]

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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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