Indian Blogs have found a good place in the world blogging industry. You can establish a successful blog only if you have reading habits. A blogger has to be a good reader in order to succeed in this industry. There are thousand of blogs in internet, still there are some interesting blogs which you would like to read on regular basis. Blogging is passion and only passionate one will understand how much efforts does it take to make a blog reachable out to mass.
Today we are going to list some very interesting Indian Blogs which are popular and you must follow for sure (if you are not following them). Of course I have not mentioned mine, but Top5Hub.com is an Indian Blog which you must follow 😉
Top 5 Indian Blogs You Must Follow-
It is a blog for bloggers. ShoutMeLoud (a.k.a) SML was founded by Harsh Agarwal. It was launched in the year 2008 and was awarded for its contribution in 2014. The blog particularly focuses on making money from blogging. It is the biggest community for bloggers, where you can read practical blogs about SEO blogging, business blogging and many more. The website has more than million subscribers and more than 600 bloggers have registered. SML shares some very handy and useful tips to bloggers to help them to succeed in blogging business. Many have benefitted with the blog tips from SML. If you are also a struggling blogger and need help for your blog, I recommend, you must follow ShoutMeLoud and try to incorporate their tips in your blog.
For every tech lovers Digital Inspiration is paradise. The website helps its readers to understand technologies and software apps so that you can use them and make your life lot easier. The blog was launched in 2004 by Amit Agarwal, an IIT-ian. The blog has estimated 3 Million views per month and has been quoted in many international publishing media like CNBC, Forbes and Wired. There are many video tutorials and how to blogs in the website that reviews and teaches the technology techniques, software, apps and other technology issues. The blog contents are intuitive and very simple. The website is incredibly useful for people who are into tech niche. You can visit his website and learn various new things about software and apps from single place.
Miss Walking Shoes-
This Indian blog owns special place with top5hub.com and we respect our female nomad who is founder and Launchpad of MissWalkingShoes. This is a travel blog, where the founder, Leena Bansal, herself on voyage writes about her love for travelling and how you can plan to explore the world that too in budget. The is blog is very simple, showcasing the image gallery of the travel moments, posts about the places visited and stayed and itinerary ideas. If you are interested in the travel blog with real life experience blog posts, you must visit this blog for once. The blog author has visited 32 Countries till date.
This is Pradeep Kumar’s venture who started his blogging passion from school days. As the blog name suggest, this blog is everything about blogging struggles, tips to overcome struggle and everyday learn new things to survive your blogs. Hell Bound Bloggers (HBB) is a powerful blog which has simple sober looks with yet versatile style of content. They mostly focus on the Social Media blogging, WordPress and SEO related issues and provide useful tools to manage websites and blogs. If you are newbie blogger and need to write guest posts for someone big, than HBB is the first name you can think of.
YourStory is a very interesting blog about people and their own achievements in life. We all have our struggles with life, whether men or women. And YourStory is perfect place to get motivated and learn from others mistakes. The blog was primarily founded by Shradha Sharma in 2008 and within a small span of time, it got complete robust presence in entire country. People from all over world started pouring down their stories on this Indian blog making this most connecting and motivational blogs ever. Personally, its my favorite blog and whenever I feel negative I love read on about people who might have suffered much more than me.