Today i am gonna share with you about some bloggers which i follow and you should also follow. They are very expert in their work and equally there sites are informative. They do not post any junks and gives you something are searching off .I have been following them since 2012 and still following them .
1.wpbeginner.com- Syed Balkhi
This guy is really inspiring for WordPress bloggers like me. He started this site in 2009 and now it is the most popular site in internet for WordPress beginner.
WPBeginner, the largest free WordPress resource site for beginners.
At WPBeginner, they provide cutting-edge helpful WordPress tutorials that are easy to understand for small businesses, bloggers, and non-techy WordPress website owners.
From the mouth of Syed-
The WPBeginner story begins back in 2006 when I first discovered WordPress while searching for a blogging platform.
It didn’t take me long to fall in love with the platform. In 2008, we decided to use WordPress for all of our client websites.
This came with a set of challenges: PDF guides and 1-on-1 walk-throughs were incredibly time consuming and inefficient.
I scoured the web to find a resource that could help my clients and other new WordPress users.
At the time, most WordPress tutorials were written by developers for developers.
That’s why I launched WPBeginner on July 4th, 2009 as a resource targeted for WordPress beginners and DIY users.
2. shotmeloud.com- Harsh Agarwal
Harsh Agarwal started blogging in 2009 and with 900,000+ page views it is the largest WordPress blogging site in India. I regularly check his site for any updates and every time the site encourages me to dig in .
From the mouth of Harsh-
I started ShoutMeLoud as a passion and now it’s empowering more than 432,000+ readers globally and helping them to make money with their blog.
Here at ShoutMeLoud I write about Starting & managing a blog, WordPress, Social-media, SEO and Making Money online.
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3.labnol.org- Amit Agarwal
Amit Agarwal holds an Engineering degree in Computer Science from I.I.T. and has previously worked at ADP Inc. for clients like Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch. In 2004, Amit quit his job to become India’s first and only Professional Blogger.
Amit authors the hugely popular and award-winning Digital Inspiration blog where he writes how-to guides around consumer software and mobile apps. He has developed several popular web apps and Google Add-ons including Mail Merge for Gmail. Amit has written columns on personal technology for major publications including The Wall Street Journal India, CNBC TV18 and The Hindustan Times.
From the mouth of Amit-
this part is taken from lifehacker by Tessa Miller
What’s your workspace like?
I am the only employee working at Digital Inspiration and have a fairly spacious office for such a small team. You’ll find a white standing desk (custom made), a pair of wooden sit-down desks, and a big glass board on one of the walls. We also have couches for visitors and some of these indoor plants.
What apps/software/tools can’t you live without?
I am always connected but when it comes to apps, I still prefer using desktop software over web apps whenever possible. I use Microsoft Office 365 for writing, Photoshop CS2 for editing, SnagIt for image captures, Camtasia Studio for screencasting, and iMovie for video editing. Chrome is my preferred browser while RescueTime helps me track how I spend my time on the internet.
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