My recent blog post “How important is one’s class 12 results?” attracted 10,000+ unique visitors to my blog within 5 days, resulted in 1000+ social shares, initiated interesting conversations on my blog comments & Social Media, appeared on Google Now cards, got shared by BlogAdda on Twitter, brought personal messages asking for career suggestions. Above all the post reached and made sense to a large number of students across the country. So when Souravda asked me to write a guest post on ‘how did I do it’, I readily agreed. I am sharing everything I did step-by-step, hoping it will help new bloggers to spread their message to their target audience more effectively.
Being a student of life, I learn from every single day in my life. And you know very well, that I try to share what I am learning as much as possible. That’s why I am writing this post to share with you some interesting experiences I had in last few days ( 9th – 12th May’15), and the lessons I learned from those experiences. Quite an interesting mix it was – starting from Rabindra Jayanti Celebration at a close friend’s home, meeting 37 amazing Kolkata Bloggers at #KolBloggersMeet , meeting school friend (actually 1 batch senior) after 5 years, spending a day each with two people I’ve met on Social Media, being invited to tea with US Consul General and Other Digital Marketing professionals from Kolkata, enjoying first ride with Uber and feeling Earthquake tremor for the second time in life. এই কদিনের এত গল্প, দেখি কতটা লিখতে পারি .
Editor’s Note: Google Adsense – if you haven’t heard about it, then you are here for a treat. And if you have heard about it, or already using it to monetize your blog, this post is going to be a real eye opener. I got same questions from many of you ‘How can I monetize my blog?’ or ‘ How much can I earn from Google Adsense?’ . In this article you are going to get all the answers related to Google Adsense, not from me, but from a friend of mine who is earning a considerable amount from it. Let me hand over to my friend Abhishek Dey, founder of BeamingNotes.