Can you tell us about you in a few lines?
Hey! Guys am Ravindra Solanki, an analytical and logical thinker, passionate to learn and explore new things about computers and technology. I like to experiment new technology stuff, and once successful, like to share my knowledge with others. People call me a mad engineer, I do change these things from impossibilities into possibilities and that’s what I love to do. If you are the computer or programming enthusiast , then you deserve to be my friend.
2. How did you get into blogging?
Hackers den Founded on May 10, 2014, by Abishiekh Jain! I was impressed with his articles. With a vision of sharing my technical knowledge with the world , I approached him to join Hackers.
3. What is the best service a blogger can give to their readers?
Authentic, informative content according to readers requirement.
4. How do you manage your time for blogging?
Time management is one of those skills no one teaches you in school/college but you have to learn. Yes! No Doubt I have a tight schedule.I believe in “To do most important things first”, and I spends an hour on the most important thing on the to-do list. No Doubts writing is on top of my stack of the to-do list.
5. What strategy helped you to get more traffic to your blog?
I and Abishiekh always test out some new methods to gain new traffic. I tried some new ones lately that seems to give decent traffic.
We always try to write Optimize Blog post for Search Engines
Understanding Audience, for that we ask our audience about what they want.
We post regular updates on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and LinkedIn to reach maximum readers.
We Do Cross-Promotion with Other Bloggers.
We recently signed up for both Pinterest and Quora. We are hoping to boost our traffic and attract a unique audience to our site and services.
6. How was your initial days of blogging?
In initial days, I was much passionate about blogging. But frankly I didn’t know anything about SEO and how to write a well-structured article which was an enormous issue, I later realised my friend Abishiekh helped me much in the initial stage, to grow as a blogger.
7. What was your most challenging situation in your blogging life?
Blogging is not an easy task, and we need to compete on Key-words, writing SEO friendly and getting traffic is the biggest challenge.
8. How blogging changed your life?
Blogging is important to me because it literally changed my life.
I’m currently looking for more control over my work and how I spend my days, and I know blogging can help me with that if I can put the real work in. I can relate to this so much. Blogging helped me to have a whole new set of friends of similar interest. Sometimes I think about how my life would’ve been without a “Hackers Den”, and I am thankful every day that I’ve started it. Working on it gives me so much joy.
If it wasn’t for us each having a blog. We would have never met! 😉 only because of this I Am getting Interviewed Here.
9. People wants to make money online, do you think that blogging is the best way to make money? Do you have any tips for those people who want to make money online?
Making money on the internet is not that difficult if you have the desire. You can setup your blog without much programming knowledge , what you need is the internet and some thoughts in your mind.
Apart from Google AdSense focus on affiliate marketing too. There is a great scope for online shopping in India. Try to promote good products that will be useful to the people & that can save good money.
10. What are your achievements from blogging? Do you have any tips for upcoming bloggers?
It is a huge success for me! I got fame, respect, popularity from it but definitely long way to go.
Now I feeling more confident in writing, when I Look at my early posts and then look at my most recent ones ,I feel more proud of what I have been writing lately.
One of the biggest reason people fail in blogging is because they don’t have patience. They want to make money fast. Success in blogging doesn’t happen overnight. It takes a lot of effort and a commitment over a long period of time.
I would advise every newbie blogger to wait for some time. During that time, just focus on providing something valuable to your audience,
Start posting some quality stuff and you will get a decent amount of traffic that leads you to earn money.
11. Final Thought
In this earth, no one could be your best friend. But my true friend is Computer, Internet,coding etc. and these always will be.Yah that’s my just whether you admit or not.
I believe there is no age to learn , learn everything that you want. I spend most hours in front of a laptop. I need a calm so that I could mind up in technology or product with my best.
Keep visiting our blog HackerDen for getting tips & ideas.