The rise of blogging and social-media in past couple of years is remarkable. No one ever thought that online media will replace traditional media, and more over blogging will not be seen as just hobby. But being an Indian, it’s really hard to be a blogger, and here I will outline some of the common problems we face being a blogger. This post will be incomplete without your input, so I suggest you to also mention your viewpoints on why blogging as a career is not so favourable for us, and what we can do to make it in our favor. … [Read more...] about Why Career As A Blogger Is Tough In India?
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If you have your products to sell, make sure to add great value to the product If you plan to advertise, put up ads quickly so, your readers get used to them Set up your affiliate links and disclaimers as necessary Add relevant call to actions for your products Email your subscribers about your products … [Read more...] about Mistakes Bloggers Make That Costs Money & How To Fix Them?
However, the constant shift of advertising rules and technology by Facebook is making it tough for most marketers and business owners to profit from it, which is why honing your Facebook skills and becoming an expert in the field and then offering your services as a consultant could prove to be a very lucrative business. … [Read more...] about 13 Easy Online Business Ideas With Minimal Or No Investment Needed
The human experience is all about overcoming hardship and struggle. By overcoming obstacles, we grow and we learn — we become better people. Our struggle for survival has defined us. Loss aversion is an integral part of the human success equation that has served us well over thousands of years of human history. The same should be true of virtual worlds. MMO players need mechanics that provide them with challenges, hardships, dangers and struggles to give their virtual existence purpose and meaning. A robust death penalty mechanic and the loss aversion associated with it is a powerful reagent in the MMO success formula. It needs to be brought back into the MMO design ethos and given its rightful place as a fundamental design principle. … [Read more...] about The Death Penalty Mechanic and Loss Aversion in MMO Design
Thanksgiving is also a great time to sit down and review the past year. I could look at this year as nothing special, but in reality I was surrounded by my support network of friends and managed to continue releasing daily blog posts and weekly podcasts without missing a beat. That seems like a pretty great thing to be thankful for. More importantly I am thankful for my friends. There are so many of you that I talk to on a daily basis, and you are always there to offer a word of support or sometimes a much needed bringing down to earth. I am also extremely thankful for my amazing wife… who helps to center me… and keep me from going off the deep end sometimes. I’m also thankful for my very excellent work family, because they too make the daily grind thing much easier. I’ve been lucky to be under the same boss now for four or five years of my going on eight years at my current job… and I have to say he … [Read more...] about Positivity, Cynicism and Thankfulness