\"\"

Writers in Charge

Posts Tagged ‘freelance writing’

Quitting Your Job to Become a Freelance Writer

Running Writers in Charge has provided me with lots of amazing opportunities, and to see that tens of thousands of people follow my work, and that people from all walks of life would want to involve me in life-altering decisions is humbling. I’m honored, and I thank you for your trust. That said, I believe […]

The Three Most Important Steps You Can Take to Get Started as a Freelance Writer

Getting started can be extremely overwhelming to new freelance writers. There’s just so much information out there – blogs, books, courses being pitched right and left, experts and teachers – that eventually cripples you and prevents you from doing what really matters; getting started.

5 Reasons Why You Never Get Repeat Business As a Freelance Writer

By Jackson I like to tell people that writers rule the internet – but not just the internet, they rule the world at large. Everything that’s read today be it articles, books, e-books or otherwise, they are all written by writers. I usually remind myself of this fact each time I need some motivation to […]

The Most Powerful Weapon Any New Writer Can Have

If you’re not familiar with who I am, I’m an 18-year-old writer from Nigeria. I started blogging in 2010, at 16, and I started my freelance writing career a year later, in 2011. In 2011 alone, I made over $50,000 as a freelance writer doing all kinds of writing jobs. That was my first year […]

The Best Subject to Blog about to Get Freelance Writing Clients

I published my first Slideshare presentation yesterday, and the feedback so far has been awesome. The slide has been viewed over 2,300 times at the moment, and I’ve embedded it for you below if you’re yet to check it out. How to Use Blogging to Fuel Your Freelance Writing Business

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.

Find out more »