Because blogging is so misunderstood in India, Let people know that not only will they have the opportunity to educate and change society, but they will also have the opportunity to make a name for themselves. Their words might just be the next big thing! They may even be a part of the process of opening new doorways to a passive income for others.
Here are some observations from experience:
- Males are currently more active in the Indian blogosphere.
- Females start blogging, but very few of them continue it for long.
- A majority of Indian blogs involve the technology niche.
- A major problem with the Indian blogosphere is a lack of funding and direction.
- The most active bloggers are aged 16-25.
Now, none of this should be taken as bad news. If you’re a 36-year-old woman that doesn’t blog about technology, you can still become a successful blogger. And you don’t need a lot of money (or any money) to get started.
All these observations point out is that there are still lots of misconceptions about blogging. But it’s up to you to change all of that. Be who you are, and then write a blog about it!
In a nutshell, the blogging industry is booming, but it’s missing guidance.
You and I together can bring about great change. The most significant changes in human history have begun in a small room. Let that room be this blog post!
All that said, this is just perspective. If you would like to add your thoughts to this discussion, please feel free to do so via the comments section below!
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