One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feelings. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is the vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of the child. Education is the key to success in life, and teachers make a lasting impact in the lives of their students. When we are talking about blogging world, we can’t ignore few names those help us to Fly on Top.
Yoursnews found Eight individuals story those help you to take lesson for Blogging World. They learned how to escape the tyranny of the 9 to 5 work cycle and instead teach themselves to earn sitting at home. For many of them what started as a hobby, has now become full-fledged businesses. Here’s what these self-taught, top earning bloggers can teach you to thing about keeping your bank accounts warm with these cool tips.
Amit Agarwal, Labnol.org
Amit Agarwal holds an Engineering degree in Computer Science from I.I.T. and has previously worked at ADP Inc. for clients like Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch. In 2004, Amit quit his job to become India’s first and only Professional Blogger.
Amit worked for a few years in Hyderabad before moving to Agra his hometown. “When he moved back, the only option was to start working as a freelancer. We started Labnol in 2004. Mr. Amit mostly write how to guides around all things tech. He Makes crores per year. He work as a Contextual advertising (blog + youtube) and build products that follow the freemium model.
Amit discuss about Earnings, he reply, are mostly proportional to the search traffic and it is a big challenge to stay on the first page of Google. Ad blockers are another issue. When we asked for Sucess story they reply “User experience matters. Don’t let ads spoil the experience of your website.” Amit wrote TallTweets as a side project for the blog and Amitabh Bachchan tweeted that he uses the app.
Harsh Agarwal, ShoutMeLoud.com
ShoutMeLoud is the best community for anyone who is passionate about discovering themselves through writing and for those who have the desire to excel in this fast-changing online world.
Many people think blogging is only about writing your personal story, but that’s not entirely true. If you mix your hard work with smart work, you can make a living with your blog; this is what ShoutMeLoud.com is all about.
ShoutMeLoud is an answer to:
How do you make money online?
How can I quit my job & become my own boss?
How do you create an authority website & establish yourself online and offline?
Harsh Agarwal 29 year young man, started blogging as a hobby but is now earning millions with it. Harsh , started out working at a call centre in Gurgaon, and when his blogging picked up, he borrowed his friend’s credit card and purchased a host and domain, and that’s how ShoutMeLoud went online.
In ShoutMeLoud Profile he said, I started ShoutMeLoud as a passion and now it’s empowering more than 432,000+ readers globally and helping them to make money with their blog.
Here he covers all about Starting & managing a blog, WordPress, Social-media, SEO and Making Money online.
He started SoutMeLoud in BlogSpot blog in the month of Aug-Sept, 2008. On December 1, 2008, I moved to WordPress platform and started ShoutMeLoud.com.
He said about ROI and earning, We have eBooks, WordPress Plugins, which are selling on our platform. We also have a membership program called ShoutUniversity that also adds a substantial earning. The other avenues are
- Affiliate Marketing:One of the majority earning sources.
- Direct ads:Some of our direct advertisers like nativeads.com are with us from last three years and such recurring revenue helps a lot.
- Product review
- Native advertising
He said About One Big challenge of earning: At times, when you have to leave huge money for the integrity of your blog. From a business perspective, it’s the biggest challenge and loss.
He said About One Big tips to people who want to earn through a blog: If you want to make it big, think big! Your attitude is the first thing that will decide how big you will become. Be a learner for life and don’t get stuck at one place for long. With the fast changing technology, you should be ready to keep experimenting and adding new stuff to your blog. Along with content, focus on building the community. Be in a niche which has a future and is profitable.
He said, When I first started ShoutMeLoud, I had no idea how it was going to be. It was one of those things that I did but couldn’t explain why. I just did it because I loved it! I guess this is how the passion of a young heart can fuel an award-winning blog with an Alexa rank of 376 in India and 2709 globally!
Kulwant Nagi – Bloggingcage.com
Kulwant Nagi. An affiliate marketer, professional blogger, a creative writer and a big thinker. He started blogging career in 2011, and never looked back.
His profile said, Blogging Cage was started on 15th January, 2012. Negi started one blog with name www.KulwantNagi.com in September, 2011. I was working very delicately there as I started that blog to generate leads for MLM.
As He digged more and more into blogging, He said, I realized that I should not have the blog on my name. I started discussing with many fellow bloggers and after discussing with some pro bloggers I migrated all the stuff from my blog to Blogging Cage.
Why Blogging Cage ?
Blogging Cage brings latest blogging and SEO tips to do best in Blogging. Our inspirational interview session will help to understand the blogging arena more thoroughly.
Arsh Kapoor – SarkariJobMilegi.in
Arsh Kapoor a professional blogger from Lucknow and a man behind the website Sarkari Job Milegi. He also runs his digital marketing company Clickretina.com He first stepped into this field in 2009 and having an experience of over 5 years in SEO. He is also a Google Certified Adwords professional and working as a Google partner agency.
He was earlier operating from Delhi and has recently shifter to his home town Lucknow in March 2016. His new project Sarkari Job Milegi is amongst his fastest growing projects.
He told us his vision about Sarkari Job Milegi
I want to provide a platform to over 1 crore aspirants every year for Government Job where they can get the information based on their category and connect with other people preparing for the same. I am building a community where students can communicate with other aspirants and a platform that can help them to enhance their knowledge and develop their skill to get a government job.
Shivya Nath, The-Shooting-Star.com
Shivya Nath, 26 years Dehradun girl started the-shooting-star.com, She said, I quit corporate job to travel the world. I live a nomadic life, seek adventures off the beaten path, and work on the go to fund my travels. The Shooting Star is the home of all my travels, and I hope to inspire you to step out of your comfort zone and discover the world.
It was impossible to tame my restless cubicle-bound soul, so in 2011, I took a 2 month sabbatical from work. I went flash-packing across Western Europe with a friend, and volunteer-travelled by myself in the high Himalayas of India. In those two months, I saw, experienced and lived more than I ever had before, and decided to quit my first and only corporate job with the dream of travelling the world on my own terms.
She loved to experiential travel, solo travel, and responsible travel She earned 0-2 Lacs per month with the-shooting-star.com. she said, she choose different channel like, Blogging and social media campaigns with relevant travel companies that share my travel philosophy.
Amit Bhawani, amitbhawani.com
Amit Bhawani, started out writing about technology and smartphones, giving insights on how to buy the right mobile phone. He has come a long way since then, having set up his new project PhoneRadar.com in 2014. This year, the 32-year-old reserved a Tesla Model 3 by paying an advance amount of $1000. He says he is awaiting an update from Tesla regarding the configuration and delivery that should happen towards the end of 2017.
How do he make the money: We monetize through Google Adsense Program and an advertising network that works on leaderboard ads. We are planning to start native advertising in the following months to cover the expenses that are increasing by the day. The revenue from the Google Adsense Platform has probably reduced because of the advertisers moving to the Facebook ad platform.
One Big tip to people who want to earn through a blog: Focus on the users and if possible, opt for a paid subscription model if your content is worth reading. This is probably the future in the content industry. We are going to test this in 2017 with a small user group and depending on the results will be scaling it
Imran Uddin, Alltechmedia.org
Imran Uddin A 23 year Old young man, started blogging in college to earn extra money and contribute to the family kitty. Today, he manages a number of other tech blogs.
All Tech Media Pvt. Ltd. started as a digital marketing company based in Hyderabad, India in March 2014. Entering into the digital world in 2011 as bloggers, we have begun exploring the internet and outranking large enterprises with our skills.
With huge success as bloggers, we formed the company with a group of brilliant SEO experts, developers, designers, etc. After few initial hiccups, we successfully survived and went to the next level with investors backing up the firm. Today, we are one of the few good digital firms in India, expanding at a rapid speed.
How much money do you make per month: I run two funded companies which are worth several million. But, if you ask how much I make from my personal blog then it’s around $10,000 per month.
Srinivas Tamada, 9lessons.info
Srinivas Tamada is an Engineer, Blogger, Thinker and Founder of 9lessons programming blog, a very popular web development site. Topics Tutorials focused on Programming, Database, Jquery, Ajax, PHP, Demos, Web Design, CSS and web apps.
Thirty-year-old Srinivas Tamada is known for his Wall Script 8, a social network software to understand social networking concepts and build your own social network websites. He is earning $2500 to $3500 per month through Direct Ads, Sponsor Posts, Google Adsense and Wall Script 8 (Commercial Social Networking Software).
Ajay Jain, Kunzum.com
Kunzum is a high altitude pass in the Lahaul Spiti region of Himachal Pradesh in India. And the inspiration behind the brand that is all about memorable travel experiences. Our journey started in 2007 as a travel blog by writer and photographer, Ajay Jain. And we have crossed many milestones – literally and figuratively – since then.
The 46-year-old now runs a Kunzum Travel Cafe and a ‘school’ to teach people about travel blogging. He earn money Mostly through brands who work with me to reach out to the traveller community. They pay me to be their brand ambassador, for mailers and ads, events and other branding exercises. He also make money from the sale of my books / e-books, and conducting workshops on travel blogging and photography.
Archana Doshi, Archanaskitchen.com
Archana’s Kitchen was started in 2007 by Archana Doshi. Archana lives through the day working on building a technology web platform for best recipe and food platform with high quality content. She has a mission to create and empower people with healthy food and eating habits through recipes, eating habits, healthy cooking methods, menus and lot more. She does all this by using the best available local products that will enable you to cook easily at home and lead a healthy and fit lifestyle.
Archana’s Kitchen is India’s leading recipe and food discovery website that gives the world a credible and confident ‘DIY’ solutions for everyday cooking. It has millions of readers using the recipes and videos enhanced with rich content like menu plans, special diets, dinner ideas, lunch box ideas and more.
The biggest personal moment was when Archana’s Kitchen was the inspiration behind Google Chrome’s first TV ad in India and was also featured as the Google Women Entrepreneur. Recently, we were also featured as the face of the brand for Saffola Fit foodie – Holachef Collaboration. Some of these moments are times that I will treasure as I have built on the success brick by brick.