It’s been a long time; I’m alive, Are you?

There was a big gap, silence and drop on my blogging career. As usual Q1 of 2019 gone by thinking and deciding what to do in the new year, then realized already 3 months gone off the new year. I’m revamping DMB, and it will be active soon. The purpose of the post is to find out who all are still in blogging and with me (reading DBM).

The last 2-3 years taught me  lot about blogging and online presence. You will be seeing them in the future here. I have seen few people succeeded by the inspiration from DailyBlogMoney.com. Also, checking some of the old posts and comments, I can see many of the websites in the commenting area are no more active; either those guys left blogging or having different blogs now.

Do me a Favor

If you are reading this post, I need a favor from you, not anything significant, just leave your comments in the comments area. I want to know that people are still around this blog. I’m sure I will get more new readers in the coming days, but I want to make sure that my old friends are still around.

The Internet is growing, according to Google, the search queries they get change daily (that means, people search for different words/sentences/queries every day), that gives us more keyword ideas and opportunities. Also, all the Internet service providers, governments, Google, FaceBook and major players try to add new users to the Internet daily basis. These all give us lots of opportunities to make money online and expand our presence.

At the same time, even the competition is increasing. The fact is (like “The rich get richer, and the poor get poorer”), the people who are already successful online and making money, they keep expanding and making more money, but the beginners and newcomers fail most of the time (95%).

I will share all techniques, tips and mostly the fundamentals you should understand to start and run a successful blog.

2 thoughts on “It’s been a long time; I’m alive, Are you?”

  1. Hi Dinesh,

    I can see this post after a long gap of around 3 to 4 years. It’s nice to see that you are back on DBM. I was following your blog regularly and also contacted you as well as commented on some of your posts on Sysprobs, but you didn’t replied back. But after looking at this post I am happy that we can be in touch through DBM.

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