Blog Anniversary : A Gathering of All The Radiant Moments for BloggingLove.

Blog Anniversary

And I am here with a new look of BloggingLove.

On this cherish occasion of third blog anniversary of BloggingLove, I want to thank all the people who supported me.

When it comes to writing the personal stuff, I am a kind of poor in that. You know that introvert guy who is afraid to express.

The time when I started blogging wasn’t the same as today. It was the toughest journey I have ever had in my life.

All those ups and downs were challenging but somehow I survived and it’s brought me the glory.

This blog is all about people, for people. In my starting days, I used to struggle with the blogging strategies how would I improve Alexa ranking and all that.

But now, it’s all the part of my daily routine.

What Are The Things I have Learned During The Journey?

We all learn from our mistakes and the time we spend to explore anything particular.

The blogosphere is the leading place to show your charm and make as many mistakes as you can. But the main thing is how you manage that time.

Either you learn or you waste the time.

This is the first personal post which focuses on the word “I” instead of “YOU”. Don’t you think I need a special time?

#1. Blogging Is All About What You Express.

In the past three years, I have learned that expressing yourself is what makes you a blogger. It’s all about your own perspectives.

The way you analyze the value of this place.

I always try to know more and more and still trying to go in the deep of this blogosphere. But it’s like a well which isn’t enough to get down into.

Whatever you write should be your expression of wisdom. The freedom you have should show its spark.

Most of the people are trying to achieve their blogging goals along with their jobs so that someday they can live their dream blogging life.

It’s amazing to see how people express their thought in their different styles. Everyone has a unique writing style.

#2. Connect, Connect And Connect More.

The more you interact, the more you get the results.

Just a couple of days ago, I was talking to one of BloggingLove’s readers who was confused about meeting new people.

I have come to a long way and the best thing which worked for is “human relationships”. Building human bonds is the best step to take.

Whether you’re starting out or already in this blogosphere, you should spread your circle.

Blog commenting is the best activity to adopt. Learn the best ways to write quality comments and become an authority.

#3. Never Neglect The Power of Social Media.

It’s the most common concept to be known.

On the occasion of blog anniversary, I want to share one of the memorable moments of my blogging career.

As I already told, I am not an extrovert so never went to attend any bloggers meet. But last Sunday was the first time.

I was happy to meet my blogger friends in person. Thanks to Umesh Singh from CuriousBlogger for making it happen. And the biggest thanks to Erika from Erika Mohssen – Beyk for visiting India.

Let me show you a memory with Shubhanshi Agarwal from GrowWithWeb, Vashishtha from VashishthaKapoor, Jagdish Kashyap, Rohit Agarwal, and Saurabh Tiwari from AllDigitalTrends.

And the susprise what with the entry of Kulwant Nagi from BloggingCage.

You can see the smile on the faces.

Blogger's meet

Doesn’t that seem a happy experience? Well, it sure is.

It all happened because of the social media and connections we had. Facebook, Twitter, and all the other social media networks not only bring you the success but also the happy moments like this.

I am sure, you can’t forget the power of the retweet. You can even become a social media star if use properly.

#4. Perfect Post Schedule.

You can find thousands of guides about choosing an effective post schedule but the truth is one can’t work for everyone.

Depending on the type of content you have, the decision should be taken.

I have tried everything. From once a month to thrice a day. But the best schedule is to post once every single day. That’s shown me the results I have never expected.

I believe in the quantity with quality. You can’t skip the quality. Can you?

#5. Consistency Is The Key To Keep In Your Pocket.

Whether it’s about the post schedule or your blogging research, you should never stop writing.

“Success comes to those who know the value of consistency.”

I had to leave blogging during my graduation which was the fall back for this blog. But the power of consistency resulted in success.

Most of my friends asked me why do you remain so busy with this dummy (laptop)? I only give one answer.

“The more content you have, the more are the choices your readers have.”

#6. SEO Is A Thing But Not More Important Than Your Readers.

Everyone is running after boosting the SEO. Many are even ruining the quality of their blog by black SEO tricks.

I agree with the fact that SEO plays an important role for the search engine. But it doesn’t mean you do it to the cost of quality.

Follow SEO tips and tricks and go with the natural methods.

Your readers should be your main priority. Write the content according to your readers’ need. Today is the blog anniversary and I realize the blogging mistakes I did two years back.

While using WordPress or any other CMS, you must always take advantage of the best tools which can help you maintain the SEO and the quality.

What Are The Best Articles I Would Suggest My Readers?

There is a long list of the articles which can help you. But I am going to list a few.

People say that I am a kind of helpful guy with the WordPress stuff. Let me mention some Theme development tutorials.

How can you forget about the freebie I have given?

The BloggingLove Theme version 1.0 will always be free for its readers.

Many people are there who need a helping hand to start their own blog.

I am giving this custom developed WordPress theme so that you don’t need to pay for a better design.

How Would You Like To Celebrate The Blog Anniversary?

I have never celebrated my blog anniversary. But this time, it’s special because of the results I have felt during this one year.

“Hard work pays off for sure.”

This blog is for the people who really want to achieve something in their blogging career. You can get every WordPress guide from installation to all the solution to errors in WordPress.

If you face any problem with your WordPress blog, feel free to drop a comment.

What are your plans for your blog anniversary? Are you going to keep your consistency for a year? Is money making the first thing coming to your mind?

Do you think about your readers or the search engine? Get these answers and build your own empire in this blogosphere.

You can also connect with us on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

by Ravi Chahar

A WordPress Professional and a LinkedIn influencer. A coder by passion and a blogger by choice. WordPress theme development is what he can rock with. He is your WordPress guy who will teach you how to solve WordPress errors, WordPress security issues, theme development, design issues and what not.

33 comments

  1. Congratulations Bhai for the anniversary. I wish you more and greater success.

    And Bhai meeting you in real was one of the memorable day for me.

    Bhai change the link to my blog name, which is mention in the form below.

    And the theme is good but try to move the logo in center in mobile version.

    Cheers bhai.

    1. Jagdish,

      It was awesome to be with you all.:)

      And don’t worry, I will change the link and fix the logo after testing this new theme. It requires some testing before finalizing.
      Thanks a lot.
      ~Ravi

  2. Happy Blog Anniversary Ravi, I just want to say what an incredibly inspiring person you are. I have been following your blog for few months, and you are by far one of mine Favorite blogger. I find your blog posts so helpful and interesting. Keep up the amazing work that you do, and I can’t wait to continue to See what you do next!

    1. Saurabh,

      It means a lot to hear such words from you all. And meeting you all in person was a happy experience which can’t be forgotten.

      I am just trying to help the people who are really into blogging and believe in their dreams.
      Thanks for your support.
      ~Ravi

  3. Hi Ravi,

    First of all, big congratulations to your anniversary and big thanks for the knowledge you’ve given to us.

    Your new look is fantastic, and I can’t take my eyes off your logo. Good job there.

    Hope you keep growing and make yourself a famous blogger in coming years.

    Best Regards,

    Shafi Khan

  4. Wow… such an inspiring post. Thanks once again for that. Yeah! That’s true consistency is everything thanks for making me realized it. Now I have started writing on the regular basis once again, yeah my speed is quite slow but I will improve it very soon.

    Thanks for meeting all of us on Sunday and inspiring us.

    This post is a bundle of knowledge which every blogger would want to read. That’s true, networking is everything in blogging and commenting is an amazing way to interact with fellow bloggers.

    I’m honoured to see myself in your post. Thanks for that also.

    Happy blog anniversary dude. Keep up the amzing work.

    Looking forward to learn many more things from your blog posts.

    Regards,
    Shubhanshi

    1. Shubhanshi,

      Well, I guess the discussion we had has put some positive impact on you.:)

      The writing speed will improve with the time. I used to write one article in 4 hours and I don’t even count the time. Even I am looking forward to your new articles.

      The Sunday was the time I have never thought about. I was a kind of scared because of the first Blogger’s meet but that turned into a memory.

      Adding you all in this post is the proof that having human bonds can provide the best experience.

      Thanks for your warm wishes.
      Enjoy your week ahead.
      ~Ravi

  5. Hi Ravi,

    Happy Blogiversary 🙂

    3rd one! Time has really flown! I remember when you were a newbie, once you joined our community at Aha!NOW I think, and were so active on the ABC, that you even won something special – remember! And then perhaps you got busy for a while with your studies, but returned full force, and have been just blogging away- daily I think, which is commendable!

    The new look is wonderful indeed! I remember the logo discussion on Facebook, and this looks apt I’d say. Nice lessons one learns through the journey of blogging – reminds me of mine as well, and yes, the only thing that does work in the blogosphere is the relationships we build with each other – just as that picture shows – with each other.

    Thanks for sharing all of this with us, and wishing you every success and happiness in years to come. 🙂

    1. Hey Harleena,

      I can’t forget the day when you told me about the Twitter handle. No one ever suggested me anything to grow. I remember the days I used to spend at ABC and that was my first prize in this online world.

      You know that studies always conflict with the business. I decided to first focus on one thing and finished my graduation. I am glad that I could regain my motivation.

      Making human bonds is what I always seek. I have never visited any Blogger’s meet before Sunday. It was an amazing day.

      Thanks to you for all your support and motivation.
      Have a wonderful week ahead.
      ~Ravi

  6. Hi Ravi!

    Happy Blogversary! I love the new look and logo! You’re rocking it! It’s great to see you meeting up with other like-minded bloggers. Love the picture, as I’m a very visual person!

    I know you’re going big places with your site, Ravi! I’m happy to be part of your growing experience! 😉

    B

    1. Hey Bren,

      Meeting with other bloggers was an amazing experience. It feels alive when you meet someone in person. Erika came to India and we all gathered.
      That was like a dream.

      The new logo and the design are the results of the suggestions of the person like you.
      Thank you so much for helping me to grow.
      ~Ravi

  7. Hi Ravi,
    first Happy Anniversary.
    You did write an inspiring post, telling your story.
    Every blogger it seems is a bit introvert, but this is only a label. I think writing needs an undisturbed time, but we sent it out into the world and it reaches a lot of people.
    As you mentioned the best way to have a successful blog is connecting with others. Introvert ?
    We all make mistakes and there are difficult times and I think we may do good to change our thinking
    about this. In my opinion, there is nothing bad about mistakes it is a learning and without we can not grow and improve.”Your best teacher is your last mistake”. – APJ. Abdul Kalam
    Good if everyone has its own style and writes from the heart and be authentic.
    The right people will follow. You said it right, Seo is important, but also we have to be aware that we write for people, not for search engines. You have very good suggestion for follow bloggers and newbies. And lot’s of content to learn from.
    Thank you for this.
    Wishing you further success
    Erika

    1. Hey Erika,

      People are going crazy after SEO and everyone wants to rank a keyword higher. But it’s not possible because of the presence of millions of blogs.
      But if you try to connect with your readers, it can boost the SEO for sure due to the social signals.

      This is the first personal post where I am focusing on myself.
      All thanks to you. You made it possible

      Thanks for your time and support.
      Have a great day.
      ~Ravi

  8. Congratulations for the 3rd anniversary of your Blog, Ravi.

    I am gonna check out from the suggest articles which ones I missed to read.

    Thanks for writing your personal experience.

    Keep up the good work!

  9. Sorry Bro, I became late to wish you on your blog anniversary. It my pleasure to see my name on your blog and one more thing now, I fall in love with your theme.

    You have done an amazing job, to create this beautiful theme while keep it light without using unnecessary codes.

    To meet you in real was like dream come true, we had good chat on last Sunday. At least I learnt a l lesson people aren’t bad as they looks on internet. 😉

    However, it was our first meeting but it was like we know each other from a long time. I hope we will meet soon.

    Let’s keep this alive.

    – Umesh Singh

    1. Hey Umesh,

      Thanks for your warm wishes.

      And the Sunday was possible just because you took the action at the right time.

      The theme is the result of my hard work. Hopefully, it would help any others. After testing the new codes, I will provide the Version 1.0 with the new font to everyone.

      You can’t predict the character of person on this virtual world. Meeting in person can bring the real talent.
      Thanks for supporting.
      ~Ravi

  10. Hi Ravi,
    You have a journey worth celebrating, so congratulations on your glorious 3 years.
    Needless to say, that your blog is a repository of tutorials that can help anyone try to do things manually with WordPress.

    Ah, the meet!
    I know you had a wonderful time because it is visible from your ear-to-ear smiles. I didn’t know Erika is in India. Wishing her a good time here. 🙂

    All your articles are amazing. While I have read most of them, let me catch up with the ones I missed.

    -Swadhin

    1. Hey Swadhin,

      The blogging journey was something I always worked for. It’s all about how you manage to keep the motivation. The tutorials are for the people who really want to chase the glory.

      Yeah, that was an amazing day. Erika did surprise us and then Kulwant.
      Thanks for your support.
      ~Ravi

  11. Hey Ravi,
    Happy anniversary!
    Every one gets some learned lessons, they are the feedback we get to enhance our performance, however you did really great in the past two years.
    You are very lucky to celebrate it with these kind guys, I wish I could have attended it.

    Keep rocking, Ravi!

    Regards
    Hussain

  12. Hey Ravi,

    Congratulations to your blog anniversary and I really appreciate your working style.

    If we take our mistake and failure in positive way – we can really take big lesson from it and those transformed ability might be very helpful throught life.

    I like blogging because with the help of blogging we are able to exchange our emotions and thought with mass. Keep sharing with us.

    With best wishes,

    Amar kumar

    1. Hi Amar,

      Blogging is all about helping each other. You can reach to the top if the path chosen by you is positive.

      Connecting with others is what you need to adopt in your daily activities.
      Thanks for your wishes.
      ~Ravi

  13. Hi Ravi

    A monumental congratulation on successful completion of three years of your blog. I can understand the feeling as my blog also hit this benchmark this week. What a coincidence.

    I agree hard work pays either sooner or later. It is hard work that has the power to bring your wrong strategy on right track and turn every minus into plus.

    Your posts on WordPress management are really commendable and along with a few other blogs it’s your blog that comes into my mind whenever I face any techie issue.

    Thanks for sharing this motivational post.

    Have a more successful blogging journey.

    1. Hey Muba,

      Hard work is the key to achieving what you always dream. The commendable work only reach the benchmark if you have dedication.

      Keeping your talent to yourself isn’t worthy. Just spread it out. It’s good to know that we both have the same year of starting.
      Thank for your kind words.
      ~Ravi

  14. Hi Ravi,

    Happy blogiversary! I’m so glad you overcame your hardships – I had plenty of those last year myself. Funny thing is, when I was going through it, I felt like it was the end of the world and now when I look back, I realize how much I grew as a result of it. 🙂

    Wishing you many many more years Ravi!

    Hope you’re having a great week!

    Cori

    1. Hey Cori,

      Life is all about experiences. Sometimes it’s bad sometimes it’s memorable. The personal who crosses those barriers is the real hero.
      I hope now you have your family are having a great time.
      Thanks for your wishes.
      Enjoy your day.
      ~Ravi

  15. Hi Ravi
    Happy Blog Anniversary first of all.
    But
    If you’re an introvert then I think I am not alive. 😛
    Maybe

    You have said all that clear and nice. And it was really nice time spent with bloggers and Erika Mam.
    And yes, the consistency has to be maintained which I am not able to keep in the pace.

    Well, and that bold word “human relationships”
    Actually, means a lot.

    Thank you for writing and mentioning a small name “Vashishtha Kapoor”. 😛

    To your success

    1. Hey Vashishtha,

      Yeah, I am an introvert but the time calls and I can’t deny to expressing my thoughts.

      You should have the confidence to build a friendly environment. Your words should allure your readers. That meeting was awesome. I would like to do it again sometime.
      Maybe next month.
      Thanks a lot for that wonderful day.
      ~Ravi

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