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I blog…
therefore
I am!
Tathagat Varma
Pic: https://larnidavies.com/2012/10/25/mug-%E2%99%A5/

Ge fridge makes noise when door is closed

My blogging journey…
~2005
Crawl
Wrote some random stuff
using Rediff blogs, blogger,
LinkedIn Answers, etc.
~2008
Walk
Re...

Ge fridge makes noise when door is closed

1. Why blog?
• Attract an audience
• Establish authority
• Build rapport and engagement
• Create opportunities
• Organize ...

Ge fridge makes noise when door is closed

My experiences
• Ideas in the mind are like the tree that fell in the forest
with no one to hear it!
• When you share it, ...

Ge fridge makes noise when door is closed

2. What to blog
on?
• Passion: you should have
an unquenchable thirst on
the topic, whatever that is.
• Expertise: you nee...

Ge fridge makes noise when door is closed

Which one
will likely
generate
more
interest?

Ge fridge makes noise when door is closed

3. How do I go about it?
• Start with what you believe in. Write down your unique
perspectives, your key insights, your bo...

Ge fridge makes noise when door is closed

4. Where do I
blog?
• Literally anywhere! But
choose where your
target audience
frequents
• Some popular sites:
LinkedIn, ...

Ge fridge makes noise when door is closed

What
else?
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  2. american staghounds for sale My blogging journey… ~2005 Crawl Wrote some random stuff using Rediff blogs, blogger, LinkedIn Answers, etc. ~2008 Walk Registered http://managewell.net (installed wordpress myself!) and started blogging. Have some ~150 blog posts. Experimented a LOT with SEO, Google PageRank, etc. (it wasn’t worth it!) ~2014 Run Apress (Springer) “discovered” me! Resulted in my first book “Agile Product Development” (2015). Experimented with short- format, and several platforms. ~2017 Fly Blog almost exclusively on LinkedIn in the short format (1,300 letters!). 3-4 times a week. Over 1,000+ blog posts. Still don’t have a clue how the next one will do J
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