Yesterday another bloggers meet was organized in the outskirts of Delhi which I attended as it was going to be a whole new experience for me. Many top authorities of Indian blog sphere were there to ponder upon few basic questions about blogging.
- Why we blog and why we should blog?
- Does our blogging is going to make an impact on society as a whole or two brands which are involved in blogging?
- What is the future of Blogging in India?
- How blogging in Hindi can be increased?
- How can we earn money from Blogging?
- What steps can be taken to improve the visibility of blogging?
Some brain storming was done by Mr. Rajesh Lalwani and some 'basic fundas' about blogging were cleared by Mr. Abhishek Baxi.
For ApniTally reader I would like to share the outcome of the event.
Blogging is consuming the 2/3rd of the internet activities in whole world. If we believe Ashok Chakradhar ji then those who have missed the chance to get their things published can try their hands in blogging. Here nobody is going to stop you and no editor is going to scan your writings. You would stay here for a long if you write sensibly. The credibility of your writings would be established in longer run and if the contents are good then people would subscribe your thoughts.
The moment people would start reading what you write and wait for it you would start earning.
Now a days blogging in Hindi has become easier and everybody can write in Hindi what ever he thinks. There are many helping hands who have done tremendous job in Hindi blogging.
I too have tried my hands on Hindi blogging but for me shortage of time and shortage of Hindi thoughts is having some problem.
The meeting ended with a note to make an India level body of bloggers who can help the new blogger learn the blogging and promote the new users to come forward and start blogging.
For all ApniTally readers I would be happy to share what ever i know about blogging for anyone having any questions regarding blogging.
You can understand blogging by this video which I shot at the meeting.
The full coverage of this event is at this page. Readers can pass their queries about blogging in comments as well as via mail.