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8 Pros and 4 Cons of Blogging in India

Last updated on July 18th, 2022 at 10:42 am

The blogging industry is changing its trend and people are taking blogging as a full-time job in India. You can make money through blogging in India by becoming a blogger or joining a blogging company.

In India, a professional blogger can earn in the range of $ 8,000 to 10,000 per month. Blogging has become a profession for many people in India over the last few years. 

But how easy is it to be a blogger in India? Blogging in India has its pros and cons that I’m going to discuss below to help you understand all about blogging in India.

Pros of Blogging in India

#1. You meet people from all over the World

There are so many readers in India and even from other countries such as Canada, Africa, and Pakistan among others.

Blogging gives you the chance to meet all these people and interact with them through your blogs.

#2. You Become Your Own Boss

There are soo many people in India who are unemployed which makes life tough for them. Others are in unhealthy working environments. Being a blogger in India puts you in a better position.

Unlike other jobs in which you have to be available from 9-5, you can work any time you want. Blogging gives you the freedom to do what you want and work any time of the day. With blogging, you don’t have to report to work because you can work from the comfort of your house.

#3. More Energy

Imagine that feeling after working all day, you feel exhausted and weak. You even don’t have the energy to cook a meal for yourself.

Well, blogging relieves you from all these situations. With blogging all you need is a laptop, a strong internet connection, and your creativity. It does not strain your body like the other jobs here in India. which helps you write more content, allowing your blog to grow and make more money. 

#4. Better Work Output

With blogging, you don’t get to face the pressure of being supervised. Many employees face a lot of pressure from their bosses in India. As a blogger you get to do your work freely and as you like.

Sometimes working under pressure makes it hard for the employees to deliver quality work. 

Most employers believe for employees to deliver they have to be under pressure which is not true. Working while being given all the peace you need gives your mind time to learn new techniques which will help give better output.

Blogging provides a peaceful working environment, which makes it easy to deliver quality work.

#5. Easy to find Clients

Running a business has been made easy by technology. You can use your blog to sell products and services in India and even to people in other countries.

Let’s say you are providing services such as blog designing, blog consultancy or even selling products through your blog, then you can be available all the time for your clients.

Blogging makes it easy for you to get in touch with your clients since they can access your services at any time. There is no time limit.

#6. More Money for you.

Bloggers create content and their blogs make money day and night for them. People are always searching for what they want online. On average, a blogger makes between $300 to $400 per month. That is a good amount of money right?

In India, Celebrity bloggers can make between $15,000 and $30,000 per month. Some professional bloggers make even more than what employees at the executive level earn annually in India.

With the economic conditions here in India, you can make your life better through blogging but you need to be patient and determined. 

#7. Your Skills improve

English is not the first language in India, Therefore writing articles in English can be challenging. But since you read and write daily, your writing skills are going to improve. 

This puts you in a better position as a blogger. You also gain more experience with time and that opens other opportunities for you. 

For instance, you can start training people on how to create a blog and become a good writer for a fee. You can also write e-books on the same and sell them online. 

#8. Your knowledge increases

Skills are different from your knowledge. Skills are what you are an expert at. While knowledge you gain by learning something you didn’t know.

The more you read you get to learn new techniques and gain more knowledge. Articles have a lot of knowledge hidden there and by reading while doing your research you get to learn many new ideas which expands your brain.

The more you gain new knowledge the better you become at what you do.

Now that you know the advantages of blogging in India. Let’s discuss the disadvantages.

Disadvantages of Blogging in India

#1. You feel lonely

Most bloggers work from home, spending most of their time alone. There are minimal or no social interactions which bring about loneliness.

Although most bloggers never admit it, they sometimes miss being around people they can talk with.

Therefore if you want to become a blogger in India you need to plan your week or month in such a way that you get time for social interactions.

Balance your internet life with your social life. Talking to your readers and friends on social media is not considered socializing. Go out and meet with family and friends. Have fun with them and talk to them. 

We all face problems in our daily life and sharing them makes everything feel better. Talking helps reduce stress level and leave room for more important things like work. This will help start a fresh week that is full of positive energy.

 You can also make your blogging less boring by:

  • Finding a co-working space
  • Meet other bloggers and do collaborations 
  • Introduce podcasts or videos

#2. Economy Conditions in India

Some bloggers struggle with blogging full-time. Some choose to get into freelance writing jobs to make extra money to help cover their bills while others choose to depend on their family members for money. 

Having to depend on family or getting an extra job to cater to your needs can be stressful. Everyone wants to have a sustainable income and some bloggers are not able to get that by just blogging.

#3. Lack of Discipline 

Just like any other job, blogging requires discipline and most bloggers lack the discipline to stick to their schedule.

Some bloggers overwork themselves by working day and night while others do very minimal work. Working day and night keeps you from even enjoying life and giving your body and brain time to rest. On the other hand, doing very minimal work reduces the amount of money you make at the end of the month making life even tougher.

#4. Injury Risks.

I know you are wondering where injuries come from in blogging in India.

Well, let me explain.

Due to the long-term use of laptops you can develop eye problems due to eye strain. You are also more likely to have back strain and shoulder pain due to long sitting hours.

To reduce the chances of getting these injuries, take protective measures. For example, you can reduce the light on your computer to reduce the risk of developing eye problems. Taking a break or avoiding working all day and all night can help your body to rest.

What is our take on blogging in India?

You can make a living through blogging in India. Those days are gone when bloggers only made money through Adsense in India. Know you can make money through affiliate marketing, selling info products, sponsored posts/products, and launching online courses.

Discipline and determination can help you make a living as a blogger in India. Do not let the disadvantages stop you. All jobs have their challenges and you can never do great things without having to face the challenges.

Instead of letting yourself get affected by the lack of employment in India, you can start blogging and make your life better.

There are many pros and cons of blogging in India. This should not discourage you, just consider them before you start.

Kindly share so that more people can learn the Pros and Cons of blogging in India.

And if you don’t have a blog yet, here is how to get started.


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