THE BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO BLOGGING by Nikhil Wad

About the author: Nikhil Wad helps people in growing their businesses through effective social media marketing. He comes from Applied Arts (Advertising & Design) background. After having a decent amount of experience as a graphic designer, he made a switch to digital marketing focusing on social media strategy/ management & content creation. Digital trends are changing every day & he makes sure that he doesn’t fall behind in this race. He can contacted on Twitter and his blog.

Blurb: Whether you are an individual interested in taking up blogging & looking to launch a personal blog or are keen to get serious about blogging, this eBook will put light on every aspect of blogging.

Review: With roughly 95,000 blogs launched worldwide every 24 hours, making a fledgling site stand out isn’t easy. This authoritative handbook gives creative hopefuls a leg up. I’m writing this from the perspective of a blogger, someone who has blogged since 2004 with a successful blog. I’m always on the lookout for books on blogging so as to improve my website for readers, try new techniques. Nikhil offers expert advice on starting and growing a blog, from design and finance to overcoming blogger’s block, attracting readers, and more. This book will fine-tune what the next generation of bloggers shares with the world. I found that this book is actually an extremely credible, accurate and helpful resource for anyone trying to break into the blogging community, or for bloggers who have been in the blogging ecosystem for years. Reading this book will fill you with a new desire to better commit to the blog you started out of love in the first place! I was expecting a book that wouldn’t tell me anything I didn’t know already. What I got was a book that gave me a fresh perspective on some of the things I thought I already knew. I like how organized and easy the book flows. Other topics he tackles: Blogging Etiquette, Social Networking, SEO, Domain, Webhosting and Making money through blogging. These are topics that are hard to find facts and realistic tips on, and every blogger needs guidance with at some point in their experience.It’s the best all in one resource for both aspiring bloggers and experience bloggers alike! I enjoyed the writing style in this book. They break down the steps to building a blog at a fast pace to keep the reader interested. When I get emails with questions about different aspects of blogging, I will now direct them straight to Nikhil’s book. The reader will be left with a feeling of “I can do it”.

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India: Whose Country is it anyway? by A.P.S Kumar

About the Book:

India’s rich diversity, both in its physical and natural aspects, is widely known. India has had a great past with achievements in literature, the arts, medicine and mathematics.

Indians were sea-faring and they spread their influence through their philosophy, religion and military conquest too. But Like a cosmic phenomenon, decline is every civilization is inevitable. Indian civilization too declined.

When a civilization rises, people are driven by idealism; when people are possessed of greed, it declines and falls.

Indians today are possessed of excessive, abominable, putrefying greed.

The author tells it all in an honest, engaging manner. He holds a mirror unto ourselves.

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About the Author:
I hail from a middle class family. Son of a soldier, I did my studies in Bengaluru obtaining a Bachelor’s degree (from St. Joseph’s College) in Science and then in Law from a different college.
Though not very serious about studies, I took to books with keen interest in social sciences history in particular, literature and natural sciences (in general) and current affairs. I am drawn wittingly towards that abstract thinking – that is, philosophy.
Worked in a Government-owned Insurance Company – United India Insurance Co Ltd – as a Salesman (designated as Development Officer) and retired voluntarily a decade ago.
I spend time reading and writing, travelling both within the country and outside. I ardently believe in community work; I concentrate on education of children, obviously from poor background.
Nationalism – i.e. love of fellow citizens – is my creed. I am passionate about friendships, am devoid of all other -isms.
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