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The Low-Budget Guide to Marketing Your Blog as a Freelance Writer

Due to recent problems with my former host, WritersinCharge moved to Hostgator last week. Unfortunately, to avoid losing blog posts and files during the transfer we decided not to publish any post. That explains why there was no post on WritersinCharge throughout last week and Yesterday. We’re now back on track and this week will be […]

10 Ways for New Writers to Market their Business and Get Into the Spotlight

To really succeed as a writer you need traffic, links and subscribers, and you need a lot of them. While ultimately, only clients would put money in your pockets, you need more than just clients for your writing business to survive. In my own opinion, getting clients is one of the easiest tasks for any […]

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 […]

Email Marketing Secrets: How to Increase Subscribers’ Loyalty

This guest post is by Tosin. Having tons of subscribers in your email marketing campaigns has got to be one of the most important elements, if not the most important, of an online business. In this post I will be sharing with you my secrets to having the firm loyalty of your subscriber base via […]

Entrepreneur Spotlight – Jeedo Aquino

The entrepreneur spotlight feature is a feature on this blog in which I occasionally showcase a great, unique and innovative entrepreneur every once in a while. Some people have the ideas, they have the passion and they have everything needed to build a successful online business. All they need is a little spark, and my […]


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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