Interview with Popular Bloggers – Part 5

A couple who believe in healthy living, photographers par excellence, bloggers turned authors, people whom you can look upto in the tech world, bloggers who create magic with their recipes and many more talented bloggers in one place. Yes, the interviews at BlogAdda are where you can find them and we have more than 100 interviews for you to get inspired. 🙂

If you have missed getting to know them earlier and are feeling lazy to scout the past archives, then for you we have them in a single page. Easy to Stumble, Digg, Tweet, add it on your delicious and bookmark it as you would not find such a resource elsewhere for sure. You also should not miss reading the Part OnePart TwoPart Three and Part Four of the interview series. So here they are.

We love the aspect of organic growth and that our blog keeps us healthy and motivated too

I love working with children. They are smarter than adults.

The only significant difference between blogger and media journos is the interactivity with readers.

A blog is like a relationship: Easy to start, but takes love and consistent effort to maintain.

I think there is a revolution happening in Indian Blogosphere. I think because we Indians have so much more in terms of legacy.

Blogging is basically a form of self expression. It will move in the same direction as media/technology.

People need to make the connection with the blogger and that is when a blog comes alive..

One’s blog is one’s permanent residence. You may stay in hotels, dine in restaurants or walk down the street, but at the end of the day you will return to your home – your blog.

Don’t leave your readers thinking you don’t care about them because truly what makes a blog a blog is the content and the readers.

Take a map of India, close your eyes and throw a dart at it. Wherever it lands, you will find a food experience and story to discover..

There is always room in the blogosphere for an original and interesting voice..

Children are like sponges, they soak up everything around them.

Write on what excites you the most. And keep it updated..

Blogs will be as popular as they are now – there may be more of specialist blogs in future.

Blogging is like gardening – while there are many rewards, it also takes a lot of effort, consistently over a long period of time.

Blog is what you make of it.

मेरे लिए ब्लोगिंग का सबसे संतुष्टिदायक पहलू यह है कि इसके माध्यम से मेरे कार्टून देश और दुनिया के हर कोने में देखे जा सकते हैं.

Blog is slowly becoming for me: a medium I could make a living out of..

A niche audience will always remain for the possibilities blogs offer as a medium of expression and connect.

There’s a spot for everyone on this planet. Be original, be yourself!

Don’t start a blog for its own sake. Start if you can sustain it. Be honest. Do your research. Admit your mistakes.

We thank all the bloggers for taking out time for the interviews and sharing so much insights. All of you are awesome and we love you all! For all those who are reading, we love you as well and will appreciate if you post comments and share with us your thoughts on these interviews.  Have a good time at BlogAdda and read interviews with bloggers!

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