Have you ever considered Blogging as a career in India or in your home country?
I have never come across anyone with so far, who wants to become a problogger.
There are few full-time bloggers in India.
Potential to make money by blogging is huge. Really huge. But, not many folks are aware of this career path.
If you haven’t explored Blogging as your career, you should seriously consider becoming a professional blogger (ProBlogger).
Your parents might not agree to it initially. But, if you can show them that you can make money online, they should definitely support you.
Traditional Career Path
Typically three options exist for new graduates
- Full time job
- Higher Education
- Family Business
But, there is this 4th option – Self-Employment, Entrepreneurship.
We don’t see many new graduates talk about Entrepreneurship and Starting new company.
Making money online will fall under 4th option.
In India parent splay a huge role in deciding their kids future career.
When they are on lookout for Engineering colleges, most of them look for on-campus placement rates.
They are thinking in terms of getting a full-time job after completing the degree.
They feel proud when their son or daughter get a job through campus placement.
Blogging As a Career in India
Did you know, serious money can be made from blogging?
As an entry-level software engineer in India, you might earn an average of Rs25,000 per month right?
What if you can can earn more than that from blogging?
Example – Advertisement Cost in HSB
Four 125×125 ads that you see on right side on the sidebar here in HSB.
- Cost Per 125×125 = $150
- Cost for 4 Slots = $600
Compare that to your Entry Level Salary for a Software Engineer.
- $600 = About Rs33,000
- Entry Level S/W Salary = $500 = Rs25,000
What if you can show your family that you can earn more money from blogging?
Wouldn’t they encourage and support you for making money online in India via blogging?
Question to You
I want to leave this discussion open-ended.
I would like to know your comments and thoughts about blogging as your career in India.
What is preventing you from considering blogging as a career in India?