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Blogging with Style: How to Manipulate Your Writing for Success

This is a guest post by Heather Green. It’s a fact that top blogs are known not only for their content, but also for their style. This means that the tone of each post is approachable, the subject matter is interesting to both a global audience and a niche group, and the quality of the […]

7 Fundamental Keys to Blogging Success

There have been many misconceptions lately in the blogging world and some key things that influences almost all the successful blogs we have online has been misplaced. Everybody now comes with his or her own theory, failing to realize that it is not what you say or do that matters most, but the results you […]

Can You Really Make Money on the Internet?

This is a guest post by Alan Matter from Work From Home Blog. If you want to write for writersincharge, feel free to submit your guest post This question gets asked all the time by two main groups of people. The first group belongs to the 95 percent of Internet Marketers who failed to make […]

8 Blogging Lessons from My 8 Months of Blogging Experience

t’s amazing sometimes to look back to see what you’ve done, what you’ve learned and whom you’ve helped. I have a great blog post idea I have been working on for sometimes now and due to me wanting it to be my best I haven’t been able to complete it, I was also finding it […]

So You Think You Will Make Money Blogging? Read This First

Sometimes, you could keep on wondering why so many bloggers are poor even when they have a huge audience under their control, they have thousands of monthly readers, thousands of feed subscribers, a high level of blogging influence and all what it takes for a blogger to succeed but still they find it difficult to […]


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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