Last Updated on: June 24th, 2021
Last updated on August 7, 2016.
We all love lists, especially of ones that pay freelancers, right?
Today I want to introduce you to someone special… who can help you… for free.
No strings attached. (Seriously!!!)
(If you’re simply to looking to guest post, you can check The Definitive List of Blogs That Accept Guest Posts.)
Bamidele Onibalusi, Freelance Writer + My New Hero
Meet Bamidele Onibalusi. He’s the awesome dude behind Writers In Charge.
He’s my new hero.
Move over, Gina and Elna… make room for this guy! (Gina Horkey, my idol and creator of must-have course 30 Days Or Less to Freelance Writing Success, and Elna Cain, supermom to twins and freelancer extraordinaire, who teaches you how to Write Your Way to Your First 1K)
I’d say so, too!
Oni is the Ultimate Nigerian Freelancer
Don’t just take my word for it. Read Huffington Post’s article: Bamidele Onibalusi: The Ultimate Nigerian Business Success Story. You’ll see how utterly amazing this guy is!
He’s been interviewed numerous times. People write about him and his accomplishments a lot (kinda like how I’m doing now!).
WHY I’m Introducing Him to YOU
This dude’s seriously got it going on.
He’s probably one of the best non-native English writers I’ve come across. (I am a certified English teacher, so this is high praise from me!)
I even complimented him on Facebook for his skills, after I thanked him for helping me make a few bucks. 😉
Once he replied, I kept the conversation going. You know, to make a lasting impression on him. (Here are some tips for how to make a good impression on others, and here are some tips for how to turn your weaknesses into strengths to make a good impression.)
Now, why you might ask, am I raving about this guy?
Simple. He’s put together a TON of FREE resources to help freelancers earn money.
In fact, I sold the post that I was originally going to publish today.
All because I pitched it to one of the sites on one of his lists! (Yay for me!)
I can make money by doing this, I’m sure you can, too!
So without further adieu, here are Bamidele Oniblasi’s lists of websites that pay.
All I ask is that you share this post, because it’s a fan-freakin’-tastic list!
Bamidele’s Lists of Websites That Pay Freelancers
(*just means that Bamidele added my “testimonial” to these posts)
Get 110 More Websites that Pay Writers
Be sure to visit Bamidele’s site to get an additional list of 110 Websites that Pay Writers.
Take a 30 Days-or-Less Course
Gina Horkey has a 30-day course, 30 Days or Less to Freelance Writing Success.
It’s really great, too! I have written many posts about Gina on this site, such as why she is my idol.
If you want to learn more about this course, you can read this post, or you can go directly to her site to check it out.
She also has a course if you are interested in becoming a Virtual Assistant. It’s called 30 Days or Less to Virtual Assistant Success.
Don’t forget to pin me!
Did You Know You Could Become a Freelance Editor?
Being a freelance editor, in my opinion, is even better than being a freelance writer. First of all, it pays more. Secondly, it is the best job I could ever ask for. I love editing, I love words, and I love helping others. Finally, I love reaping the many rewards (check out the many benefits of being a freelance editor).
If you are not currently working at your dream job and want to be a freelance editor, then sign up to get on the “interest list” for my upcoming course!
I am in the process of designing a course that will teach you EVERYTHING about being a work-from-home editor and entrepreneur.
– how to get paid up-front… ALWAYS! (before you do any work)
– how to get testimonials
– how to market yourself
– where to find work
– how to leverage social media for your business (because, YES, you will be actually running a business if you are successful!)
– how to keep accurate records
– how to easily calculate your costs
– how to communicate with potential clients so they turn into ACTUAL clients
– how to organize your time (so you can complete all of the tasks involved in running your biz)
– how to deal with difficult clients
– which projects to accept
– when to raise your rates
– AND MORE! (INCLUDING BONUSES!)
Plus, I want to get to know you so that I can give you EXACTLY what you need to succeed!
So, DO you want to know more about how to become a freelance editor?
If so, SIGN UP HERE.