6 Brilliant Tips To Make You Blog like A Pro Blogger

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  1. vikas
    January 11, 2014

    Hello@Harsh:- You have covered almost all the important points to blog like a professional blogger. But you have not mentioned about the time limit(i.e. 1 month or 1 year ) after which a blogger can see himself as pro-blogger.
    And You have mentioned that working on 2 hours daily on blogging is sufficient for getting good result. In the initial phase of blogging, a blogger have to work more than 8+hours daily for getting good result. According to me to beocome a pro-blogger and to get expected result from blogging, a blogger must have to wait atleast 1years. Not all the people successed in blogging.

  2. Vishwajeet Kumar
    January 11, 2014

    Hi, Harsh! Thanks for this awesome article. Its really very informative and inspirational. This article really motivates me to do more with my blog. Again Thanks for this.

  3. Nirmala
    January 11, 2014

    I would say that it is an excellent articles for the bloggers Harsh :)

    Yeah, it is essential for the bloggers to blog with professional style, if they need to meet some monetary benefits with it.

    Building credibility with confidence is highly possible for bloggers and to meet it, unique writing style should be followed. As you told, it would be good to stay honestly and I am following it.

    I do agree with your other good blogging concepts like Smart work, having team etc.

    Thanks for contributing such a nice post for us, keep doing it :)

    • neon emmanuel
      May 6, 2014

      i must confess blogging is really fun for me, but i also would not Denny the fact that, putting money into blogging and getting no benefit would weaken the bloggers motivation to blog more, but like the popular saying goes, the patient dog eats the fastest blog. really really appreciate your post style maybe i would adapt the style to mine, and see the difference it fish me. thank you for the nice post once again. but i would like to ask an auxiliary question, what is the best format for blogging about a phone specification blog, many site has its method, am seriously confused.

  4. Amit Kumar
    January 11, 2014

    Hii Harsh,
    These Brilliant Tips To Make Blog like a Pro Blogger is just precious for all the blogger. Every bloggers want to go on top and want to achieve their success goal on blogging, But depending on them how honestly they are following these above mentioned Tips.
    A special thanks to you for sharing this remarkable Tips and tricks with all of us. I am going to follow, observe the work and style of all the successful bloggers which you have listed on inforgraphic of Professional bloggers. thanks again……!!

  5. Gowtham
    January 11, 2014

    Thanks for this Article Harsh….There are no words to describe how much i am inspired by this article…

    Always post motivational articles with a little interval…
    Again,thank you Harsh for this Article..

  6. Vipin Pandey
    January 11, 2014

    Hi Harsh,

    Confidence is the attribute that reflects how mature a blogger is? Great Article, all points are beneficial and Specially using ‘I’ instead of ‘We’.
    I had read one phrase at many places ‘Fake it till you make it’. What do you think how much it is effective to blog like professional blogger?

    • Harsh Agrawal
      January 14, 2014

      @Vipin
      I believe in “Fake it till you make it”, but it has to align with your actions too. You can’t just wear a doctor dress and pretend to be a doctor, you have to learn and practice too to become one. Regarding to blog like a pro-blogger, you just need to be great with you do, and do with full confidence, and most importantly do it right!

  7. Lakhyajyoti
    January 11, 2014

    It is long and very informative post. Completely agree with you that to get success in blogging we should build a strong network of people.
    I have been blogging for last few years without a team. After reading your post I understand the importance of a team. Thanks for the great share.

  8. coralcrue
    January 12, 2014

    Very informative. Looks like I will be reading all your posts in detail soon to help myself understand blogging better. thanks for the lovely article

  9. Uday Ghulaxe
    January 12, 2014

    Really great artical harsh sir. You mentioned here that “have a team” . But if i am a newbie blogger. How can i get a good team. ?

    • Harsh Agrawal
      January 14, 2014

      @Uday
      If you can have an in-house team, it would be great… Because interaction and work-flow is better…If not, the best way is to get virtual-assistant. VA is really useful, as you can get it anytime online and it’s more of “Call when you need” model.. This way you save a lot of time: http://www.shoutmeloud.com/hiring-virtual-assistant-faq.html VA is good for jobs like checking emails, doing research work for you, proof-read and so on. They are very useful for time-consuming work, and you should hire one from Philippines, if you want to go in budget. A good place to start with is Odesk.

      If you are looking for hiring people (Web-designer, writer) full-time, you should post about it online job portals or you can even spread the word among your peer. You might be lucky to find someone with your job-description within your city and who also like to work from home. Else, internet has no limit, just find the right people online.

  10. Cole Wiebe
    January 12, 2014

    Hi Harsh,

    You’ve put together some excellent points. I like one in particular, taking the time to get into the inner circle. Not every blogger will respond to efforts to build a genuine relationship, but the exposure I’ve gained by getting to know about 20 special bloggers has been well worth the initial investment of my time.

    - Cole

    • Harsh Agrawal
      January 14, 2014

      @Cole
      Thanks for your comment and yes getting into inner-circle of any number above 0 is always better than just knowing 50 people.

  11. Deepak Vishwakarma
    January 12, 2014

    Harsh Sir, reading all I feel you have written just for me. So motivational post I found ever.

    • Harsh Agrawal
      January 14, 2014

      @Deepak
      Do try these tips and let me know how it worked out for you.

  12. sangeetha menon
    January 13, 2014

    Harsh .. valid points .. I loved the self confidence and out of closet phrases more appealing ..

  13. Mubashir
    January 13, 2014

    All your points are valid but when talk about work smart rather than work hard it confuses me because hard work is key to success. If you don’t get success instantly don’t let it go. You have to work hard even if you work smart.

    • Harsh Agrawal
      January 14, 2014

      @Mubashir
      I partially agree with your thoughts on working hard more along with smart, but I believe with time we should try to lower down hard work and put more energy on smart-work. You have only 24 hours a day to work, and if you start doing more things using delegating work, and put your energy and brain in creating new ideas and let them be executed by your team, you will go to the places.

  14. Abhishek Tavasalkar
    January 14, 2014

    This post really gave a chill down my spine because every word you related to what every blogger has in his mind. The flow of words was like movie story telling, you could really imagine what you are reading. Reading a Harsh Agarwal Blog Post really makes a blogger’s day.

  15. Kavita Rao
    January 21, 2014

    Nice article Harsh, …what I take away most from your article are the concepts of ‘Smart work’ and ‘Coming out of closet’…very very valid points I feel.
    I would request you to guide me towards the world of blogging as such. I have been working as a content designer since the last of couple of years and would like to venture into the world of blogging…because I’m fascinated by it and relate to it as a content writer. How does one begin blogging? What are the technicalities involved?….thanks :)

  16. shiwangi shrivastava
    February 9, 2014

    Hi Harsh,
    What a lovely throw. I inhaled every points you stated, particularly use of ‘I’ instead of ‘We’ is very considerable. I often used in my post ‘We’ literally that shows your lack of confidence.
    Thanks for viable delivery.

  17. Vibhuti
    February 13, 2014

    Hi Harsh
    very long and informative article. I totally agree with you that it is very important to blog like a professional because it is the time of professionals. You told earlier in comments that “fake it till you make it”. I also believe in that. Keep sharing like this.

  18. GIRI Patel
    February 18, 2014

    Hi, Harsh, create a authority of your blog is not easy also managing relation with visitors is very much important, also social prencence plays a great role.

  19. Varinder Pal Singh
    March 16, 2014

    Nowadays, Smart work is really important rather than doing hard work and sitting in the front of computer posting contents without any strategy, so strategy is one of the most important thing which a blogger need to focus in his/her blog. Amazing post.

  20. Mainak Halder
    March 16, 2014

    Hi Harsh, thanks for your gigantic tips, this is a very big help, I hope this will do..I’m getting forward to use some of your tips…

    I loved the first point – Confidence. Bloggers need more confidence than those doing 9 to 5 jobs because when they are writing something, it’s going out to the whole world, across the countries. The word is out and you cannot take it back. So, confidence is the most needed. I sometimes lose the confidence but then I read your blog posts and get inspired. You are really an inspiration for me.

  21. Jayashree
    March 17, 2014

    Hello Harsh – Thanks for the great insights you have provided. They are so true and you have covered all the areas in depth that a blogger needs to focus to become a pro blogger. When you say Value your time and have a team do you mean by creating a guest post team who can provide value to our blogs?

  22. Mohit Bumb
    March 17, 2014

    I agree that time is money and I am not a professional blogger but developer and same in that field that you have lots of ideas in your mind but you can’t do any of them alone.

  23. Prateek
    March 18, 2014

    Hi Harsh, your articles are always so inspiring and most of the times they have saved me quite blogging. one specific thing about your articles is that they are so long and elaborated, I usually write on tech niche so don’t need to write such lengthy articles but whenever I have to I just get disconnected after writing 700 words or so. How do you manage to write such lengthy articles most of the times ? Do you write them in one go or in parts ?

  24. Shivkumar
    March 19, 2014

    I agreed with all those points mention above…And one of the best point which I liked the most is ‘come out of closet’ Yeah! It’s true that one must come up with their full profile and picture in public so that people can recognize them clearly and can’t afford to forget. :)
    Hard work really make us leaving but smart work makes our future

  25. Sheeroh
    March 20, 2014

    I’m a newbie in the bloggingsphere but I’ve already experienced the benefits of networking. I now have mentors who are able to help me out every now and then. I love your point about smart work compared to hard work. Isn’t it interesting also how active one can be without really being productive?

  26. Sam Singh Heera
    March 20, 2014

    Hi harsh,

    I read all this factors to make my blogs like a pro blogger and I do agree with those factors and also apply to my own blogs. I hope this all factors give us more traffic soon.

    I will tell you soon what the effect of these factors.

    Warm regards
    Sam singh heera

  27. nikhil
    March 20, 2014

    Hello Harsh,
    Very Informative post indeed. Being a newbie to blogging I required some tips like this. Yes you are very right that smart work is much better than hardwork. I am blogging from 6 months and I must say I learned a lot with this short experience by reading your articles. When I started blogging I knew nothing about social networking. Just working day and night writing ultimate articles.. but still no shares and comments. Then after reading your articles and bio I learned lot from Shout Me Loud.
    Believe me I am the biggest shouter ever. :P

    Thanks for sharing these ultimate guides. Do you write E-books. If yes, then I want a copy.

  28. Japarsathik
    March 21, 2014

    Hi harsh
    I really inspired form this article this is awesome. And i like that the way you are writing article. This style made me to read everything even i can’t skip a single line. I like that “Honesty is the best policy” this is essential one who wants to be a pro-blogger.

  29. rahul kumar
    March 24, 2014

    Hello Harsh,
    Just gone through your article…
    Wonderful experience you shared with us.
    Thanks a lot !!!
    But Please tell us how you maintain this passion of blogging as we guys especially I facing a lot of problem to get regular with it.

  30. Karnal Singh
    April 2, 2014

    To be successful in blogging, we need to improve upon ourselves.We might start as amaeteurs but with time we need to be more professional.You have written a nice post.I have also redesigned my blog and launched it today only and then I found your post which is very encouraging…

  31. Ashok Maruthi
    April 20, 2014

    Harsh ! i went through this article fully .You have given me all the advice for a newbie blogger to become a professional blogger.I hope i will follow them :) :) Thanks for this mind blowing articles :P

  32. george
    April 28, 2014

    Hey Harsh, loved the post. I can especially relate to the part of coming out of closet and interacting with people. Not only Problogger but there are a few people like Amit Shaw and Rahul Kuntala who have developed quite a following on social media sites by reaching out and interacting. Good one

  33. Subodh Verma
    April 28, 2014

    Hi there
    Thank you harsh for such an inspirational post and to promote thousands of people to make blogging their part time carrier. Even i was one of them who started blogging after reading almost half of the Shoutmeloud. But still one thing is troubling me that even writing according to you am not getting the desirable traffic. After doing so many researches and using my 4 to 5 hours in writing a post. Am not still getting more than over 20 visitors per day. So please help me sort it out.
    Thank you so much

  34. Michael
    April 28, 2014

    Hi Harsh

    Another excellent post from you. Totally loved the idea of sitting on a conversation chair and trying to explain to a person in-front of you. Will surely audit some of my post on this parameter.

  35. Karnal Singh
    May 1, 2014

    As usual your writing inspire other bloggers. It is always good to hear your experiences. You have rightly said about mediocrity – when you aim for mediocrity – you end up being less than a mediocre. We should aim higher. I have redesigned my blog recently – though it looks much better now but I have lost significant traffic because of change in the url’s. Hopefully it should improve. Thank You.

  36. Akhil
    May 2, 2014

    Yeah that was really motivating. The quality will surely lead a blogger to become a professional Blogger. These are the things newbie bloggers lack and finally quit. Thanks for the share.

  37. Prashant
    May 7, 2014

    Harsh,

    Thanks for sharing this. Sometime I lack of topics to write so I have started reading more and as you have mentioned its helping me as its giving me more topics.
    I will definitely gonna follow all other tips you mentioned !!
    :-)

    • Harsh Agrawal
      May 10, 2014

      Reading should be part of your daily activity. I use this app call Zite on my smartphone, which let me discover new and interesting content about the topic I’m interested in. I would suggest you should give it a try and you might get addicted to. Another app you might find interesting is, News360 and Pocket. Thanks for dropping by and for your comment.

  38. Venu Kotla
    May 7, 2014

    Hi Harsh,
    Thanks for this wonderful article, I’m recently entered into this blogging. Your article really motivates me. Once Again Thank Very much. Good Job.

  39. Lalitha
    May 20, 2014

    Every blogger wants to write a stunning blog post that the visitor attract their blog. You have given some points to write stunning blog. There are very helpful for blogger. You covered all point regarding how to write professional blog post. Thank you so much for sharing. Have a nice day!

  40. Balaji
    June 8, 2014

    Hi,Harsh sir thank you for a such a great post,really i scared of blogging and i thought myself can i become a pro blogger? even i also planned to stop blogging because of no idea and what about to blog,but you gave me the confidence and motivation to continue in blogging,sure i will follow yours step by steps to became a pro blogger myself
    once again thanks :-)

  41. Alvian Rahardjo
    July 2, 2014

    Hi Harsh, another valuable post from you. So motivational and insightful, every single point is valid and i will follow your suggestions asap :)

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