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Let me have the privilege to introduce you the next generation of bloggers in India. If you know something about blogging and do not know about “Shout Me Loud” then I must say you are living under a rock. Harsh Agrawal founder of Shout Me Loud had brought a new genre into blogging.
A New Horizon
Concept of blogging did evolve over a period of time however blogs like Shout Me Loud have taken blogging to all new level. We never imagined that blogging could be so interesting and intriguing.
It changed the very notion of reading. Now a days reading long articles, newspapers and journals have become a thing of past as people want to read something that connects directly to them. And Harsh’s Shout Me Loud exactly does that, it talks to you rather talking at you. As a matter of fact today there are only handfuls of bloggers that are at par with Harsh.
As there is something called objective journalism in print and electronic media similarly I call Shout Me Loud as an Objective blogging. The information conveyed by it is absolutely objective and to the point, it never tries to beat around the bush by trying to convince you through repeating same thing again and again.
Information presented to you is very creative and well articulated so that an ordinary reader can easily understand the message given by the blogger. Perhaps this is the reason why people are getting away from traditional sources of information like news paper, magazines and moving towards blogs like Shout Me Loud.
Bloggers like Harsh have defied all the rules and made their own way. 10 years back not even top notch professionals whether it be doctors, engineers or lawyers, they were not in a position to claim that their financial life is secured. However bloggers like him have made their financial life secure and full proof with blogging as a career.
The revenue generated by his blogs is more than individuals who are in respectable professions mentioned earlier. In fact I do not call Harsh a blogger indeed he is an entrepreneur or net entrepreneur would be better word. Still he is so young but full of maturity like a sage. He is a true inspiration to all budding bloggers.
The future and prospect of blogging is quite bright and exciting. 10 years from now industry experts believe that conventional media like Television, print etc may cease to exist as more and more individuals will prefer to read blogs online in order to get information. Reading blogs are very refreshing as compared to reading a mundane newspaper.
Hence career as a blogger can be very rewarding, at the same time let me caution you blogging is very challenging job and it requires a lot of patience. To become a successful blogger like Harsh Agarwal you ought to follow his blogs regularly at Shout Me Loud.
Do let us know if you feel that ShoutMeLoud made an impact on your life?