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13 Ways to Make Your Blog Audience Love – and Buy – From You

By Carol Tice It’s one thing to attract readers to your blog, and to get them to subscribe. The next part is trickier: Getting those subscribers to fall in love with you. How do you do that? You need some blogger-reader bonding time! You want to bond with your readers so that they don’t just […]

The A to Z Guide to Writing Quality Content

By Seun Successful writers and bloggers have one thing in common; and that is – they provide “quality content”, period! Quality content is simply articles, blog posts and nuggets of literature that is “worth reading” by any standard. Seriously, why would anyone spend their valuable time reading content that is packed with fluff and would […]

Get More Traffic with the “Guest Post a Day” Challenge

This is a guest post by Brandon Yanofsky. I’ve never met a blogger who has said to me, “You know, I have more than enough traffic. I don’t want any more.” Quite the opposite: every blogger wants more traffic. Yet very few are actually taking actions to attract more traffic. Some may try SEO or […]

3 Ways to Measure Link Quality

This is a guest post by Corey. Link quality is arguably more important than the amount of inbound links to your site. A few quality links can be immensely more beneficial to your websites rankings and search results than 100s of links from unrelated directories or forums. But how do I know the quality of the […]

3 Realizations that Will Change Your Online Business Forever

You have promoted your blog, you have done your best to get traffic, you have written hundreds of guest posts, you have commented on countless blogs and you have done pretty much everything you can to ensure your blog becomes a success, but it’s now 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, 1 year, several years […]


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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