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Posts Tagged ‘online success’

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 […]

How to Successfully Start an Amazing Online Business

This is a guest post by Peter Joseph from Ideas Bubble. Building a successful online business isn’t something that’s anyway easy. It can take months, or even years, to get things into full order and to be making some profit from it. Although people often say that hard work is the key to your successes; […]

How to Make Money Selling Your Own Products

Be it offline or online, creating and selling your own products can be a great way to make money as an entrepreneur. There are many successful people who have created and gotten results from various products in various fields but it appears they all use similar formulas and if properly used, these same formulas can […]

7 Solid Tips to Improve Your Experience of Working From Home

This is a guest post by Alex Papa who recently wrote a great post on the challenges of working from home for WritersinCharge readers. If you enjoyed the last post I’m sure you would enjoy this one too. In my last guest post here we studied the 5 Main Challenges of Working From Home. There […]

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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