14 responses

  1. Walter
    March 30, 2010

    Maintaining quality is the most difficult part of blogging. I have been striving hard on this. :-)

    • Harsh Agrawal
      March 30, 2010

      Walter once you set your goals and done with mind-mapping. Maintaining quality will not be tough until unless you don’t get into Writer’s block situation.

      • NpXp
        March 30, 2010

        Maintaining quality of a blog should be of prime concern no matter what ;)

  2. Arijit Das
    March 30, 2010

    Wow… Very Effective Words you have! I’m totally supporting your thoughts. So, you have arranged the blogging stage with percentage 25 percent (*New Bloggers), 75 percent (*Growing bloggers), 100 percent (*Advanced Bloggers).

    These Steps should be followed carefully! Awesome Article.. :D

    • Harsh Agrawal
      March 30, 2010

      Thanks for your comment Arijit and yes this is indeed a motivational post by Vamsi for other bloggers. :)

  3. Dev | Technshare
    March 30, 2010

    thanks for this ..great post..
    commenting and social bookmarking sites are great way to get backlinks and some traffic ;)

    • Harsh Agrawal
      March 30, 2010

      Dev active commenting will help a lot to drive traffic, backlinks as well as subscriber. Though your landing post should be a perfect and related one :)

  4. Tushar
    March 30, 2010

    Quality & Consistency—the golden rules for the bloggers…..if they go together for always, success will come for sure

    • Harsh Agrawal
      March 30, 2010

      I agree with your view Tushar.

  5. provamsi @ India365
    March 30, 2010

    Thanks all for your feedback.

    • Harsh Agrawal
      March 30, 2010

      Thanks Vamsi for your useful post.

      • provamsi @ India365
        March 30, 2010

        50% credits goes to you for accepting the post mate!!

        Cheers!!

  6. Shabnam Sultan
    March 30, 2010

    Nice read Vamsi :) blog commenting and being active on social networking sites brings good traffic .

  7. prabhat
    August 14, 2012

    agree with you. i am a newbie and i know quality matters a lot. and we should build relations. but i have never tried forum posting

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