Blogging in Indian Society, and How You Can Bring Change

Blogging in Indian Society, and How You Can Bring Change

Blogging in India is growing at a rapid pace but the question is whether blogging will ever be considered a mainstream career option in Indian society. Many of you who are part-time bloggers in India may not yet understand what it takes to be a full-time blogger in Indian society. In this article I will be sharing some funny facts as well as the bitter truth about working from home in Indian society. Professional blogging in India is still not considered a full-time job. In fact, anything involving online work is considered a part-time job. Some (62 comments)

How the Indian Government & RBI are Killing Freelancing In India

How the Indian Government & RBI are Killing Freelancing In India

Internet business in India is rising, and we all know how badly the government wants foreign investment in the country. Before I get any further into the point of this article, let me tell you something about myself: I'm not a financial expert. In fact, I have very limited knowledge about finances. However, one thing that I know well is how freelancing works, how Paypal works, how Payoneer works ... and what the Indian government is doing (or not doing) to promote online jobs in India. There's no denying the fact that the majority of income sources (22 comments)

5 Online Websites To Get Free Help With English

5 Online Websites To Get Free Help With English

People whose first language is not English often find difficulties in writing without any mistakes but its a lot easy. Bloggers and content creators should be very particular with spellings, creating a killing title with a clear sense along with a selection of keywords in the title. Most bloggers and content creators can be very obsessive with spelling and creating titles. As owner of blogs, we can't let our awesome articles get knockout due to wrong spellings or grammar mistakes. Here are some tools that can manage your spell checks and grammar in (10 comments)

Paypal Scammed Indian Paypal users With Reversed Transaction fees

Paypal Scammed Indian Paypal users With Reversed Transaction fees

We were already talking about Paypal issues from last few days and in case if you missed it, you can read them : Paypal Stopped personal payment in India Though finally everything is coming back to line and paypal is restoring money which was on hold for bank withdrawal. Today almost 1000$ which I requested for withdrawal on 27Th January, is refunded back into my paypal account and I can see them in my account. But I’m very much disappointed with how Paypal is scamming people with this refund fees. You can see here in the above (54 comments)