Blogging for Gold: A to Z of Blogging

Anuj Tikku
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Blogging for Gold has been created to impart first-hand knowledge to upcoming young budding bloggers to learn about the technology that goes into creating a blog. Anuj Tikku shares tips on how to build great content, how to add value and even how to monetise your blog and provide knowledge to new bloggers.

Blogging for Gold is a 'how to do it yourself' kit on blog building right from buying and choosing a URL to using the best social media apps. Learn about third-party plugins and analysing blog analytics. This content will be of utmost use to amateur bloggers and will help them get started on a blogging platform.

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About the author

Anuj Tikku is a famous Bollywood actor and the leading face in several TV commercials and Bollywood films. He has a Management Degree from IMT Ghaziabad and an Engineering Degree from the University of Manchester.

Currently, he runs a travel blog called TikkusTravelthon.in and has spoken in several blogger conferences as an expert and a motivational speaker.

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Anuj Tikku
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Published on
Sep 28, 2018
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135
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English
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Computers / Web / Blogging
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