The Brain Of A Blogger (An InfoGraphic)

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Praveen Rajarao is an Entrepreneur and in his spare time blogs on his website –http://www.dailymorningcoffee.com and http://www.pbgeeks.com. His topics range from blogging to technology to affiliate programs and making money online and how-to guides. Daily Morning Coffee is also accepting Guest Posts from Professional Bloggers at this time, take a look at β€œWrite For DMC” page for more details on the same.

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13 comments

  1. Loved that inforgraphic Praveen!

    I think it really said it all so clearly, and I was literally nodding my head in agreement while going through it’s content. πŸ™‚ But yes, the money factor isn’t something that comes foremost for me where my blog is concerned, though I’ve now started thinking about it a little.

    Everything else is apt! Thanks for sharing this with all of us πŸ™‚
    Harleena Singh recently posted…Blog Anniversary – Making Merry this Christmas and New YearMy Profile

    1. Harleena – Immediately after I saw this infographic, i was certain that I have to have this on my blog. It is so apt and applies to every blogger am sure πŸ™‚

      Yes, it is high time you started monetizing your blog, i did notice that you are working with a new design these days, hope it is completed soon and we are back to reading your wonderful articles.

      Have a good week ahead.
      Praveen Rajarao recently posted…Visibility and Press Releases: Spreading the WordMy Profile

  2. Hi Praveen,

    I love that infographic too πŸ™‚ I mean the information embedded and especially the graphics and colors πŸ˜‰

    Well, now many people rush into blogging and that’s how it goes. Anyway SEO, Sharing and Money are less prioritised in bloggign for me as I’m offering services there. However I earn a little with Infolinks too as they are not disturbing readers πŸ™‚

    Though many comes in, still the quality is far behind for some blogs. Some just start, copy others’ content and when it doesn’t work, they leave it. Mostly I see that bloggers with pure intention takes the lead and then they might convert ’em to success stories while some may try turning it to cash cow and end up killing reputation too.

    Have a wonderful week mate πŸ™‚

    Cheers…
    Mayura recently posted…How to Schedule Your Social Media Updates with BufferMy Profile

    1. Mayura – I did start out this blog on a trial basis and wasnt sure how far I would take this. But once i got the real feel of blogging, there was nothing to stop me after that. It is amazing how we can relate to our thoughts along the way and compare how our blogs have grown with us.

      Nice to know you are making some extra cash by the side, it sure pays for all the time and effort we put into this right?? πŸ™‚

      Thanks for leaving your comment and have a good day.
      Praveen Rajarao recently posted…Visibility and Press Releases: Spreading the WordMy Profile

  3. That’s a great graphic Praveen and like Harleena said, I was nodding my head as I read through it all. Although I can’t say I was thinking all of those things when I started that’s only because I didn’t even know some of that stuff.

    It can be an overwhelming thing to do, starting a blog, but it’s definitely worth it. It has been for me.

    Thanks for this great share, love it!

    ~Adrienne
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  4. Hi Praveen! I had so much fun reading your awesome post. The graphics are so entertaining and it kind of made me go back to my younger days when I used to read picture books. So cool! Thanks for sharing this to us! πŸ™‚

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