HOW DID KULWANT NAGI BECOME A BLOGGER
After quitting his regular job as a virtual engineer, Kulwant Nagi, the founder of www.bloggingcage.com started on his journey as a blogger on Sep 2011. His brief account of his life as told in his blog post-My Story reflects that this man has tremendous will power to pull himself out from any sort of situations.
Disillusionment with the corporate culture and his dreams of doing somethings big, as well as his desire for earning more, catapulted him into the world of blogging. He left his job for blogging but at that point of time, he was yet to establish himself as a blogger.
DETERMINATION HELPED KULWANT BECOME WHAT HE IS TODAY
It was his farsightedness that helped him sense his chances of becoming successful as a blogger and he jumped headlong into it as though he knew beforehand that success was already his.
So strong was his hunger for success that he even sold the very valuable possession he had, his bike, to meet his requirements in blogging.
But what everyone in the blogosphere might not know is that he never had his education in any private school where students are taught to speak and write in English(source: So what I am a blogger). Also, his medium of instruction was in Hindi.
This makes him a cut above the rest in the blogging fraternity from all other familiar names like Harsh Agarwal of shoutmeloud fame, Ankit Singla of bloggingtipstricks, Anil Agarwal of bloggerpassion.com who had their education from the hallowed confines of urban public schools.
Even, the ambience in his home was not conducive for his work. (Source:http://www.kulwantnagi.com/new-office)
Furthermore, midway through his journey as a blogger, Google disabled his Adsense account allegedly for the wrong practice of clicking on advertising links in his blogs. Kulwant has acceptably denied doing this.
In spite, of all the odds, Kulwant today is an outstanding affiliate marketer.
KULWANT NAGI’S BLOGS
Today his blogs are really doing well and Kulwant Nagi’s blogs are the most sought after blogs in the blogosphere. The three blogs currently run by him are Blogging cage, Android Rooting and Techno Bol. Blogging Cage is a blog on blogging. Android Rooting and Techno Bol are technology blogs.
Of late, Knowledge Cage has replaced Techno Bol.
HIS DAY TO DAY BLOGGING ACTIVITIES
Over the years, he has been wooing his audience with his eloquent style of writing and his presentation of logics/reasons for doing or not anything in his niche posts.
During the last 04 years or so, Kulwant is credited with holding many interviews with the likes of Neil Patel, Zac Johnson, Yaro Starak, Syed Balkhi, Luke Kling and many others. No other Indian blogger has held so many interviews with big names here. This makes him stand out in the crowd of bloggers both in India and abroad alike.
Even after scaling new heights, he still spends 14 hours daily on exploring methods of blogging. What makes him more conspicuous is that he replies to almost every comments. Comments which sound like criticisms are greeted with humble replies. And that only reflects that the man has not been spoilt by success.
Now, Kulwant Nagi is taking tutorials for educating others about blogging and he charges very negligible fees for that. Details of his training classes are available at this link.
The blogging community wishes Kulwant more success for the future.
Please, offer your comments for this particular post. That will serve as a token of acknowledgement not for endeavours by the author but for Kulwant Nagi, the blogger who has weathered all the odds to make it big in the world of blogging.