Hello Readers, welcome to Blogging Ethics. Let me introduce myself to you. I am Ritesh Saini, Founder & CEO of BloggingEthics.com.
I’m currently pursuing BCA (Bachelor of Computer Application) from St. Xavier’s College, Jaipur.
I am a very passionate and ambitious person especially about tech related stuff. I have been in an addiction for computers and technical things since my childhood. I’m a normal guy who strongly believes in “LIVE LAUGH LOVE because YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE”. Apart from all these personal things, I’m a blogger, an avid writer, and an addicted web developer.
When I’m away from work, you can find me experiment new things on my smartphone and playing games on my PC.
Here at Blogging Ethics, I share the knowledge which I’ve gained over the time about blogging and how to earn passive income online. I share everything I got from my experience. The best thing you’ll find in me is that I share everything I encountered as problems in front of me when I was a complete newbie once. If you want to share your thoughts with me then feel free to join me on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
About Blogging Ethics
In November 2013, Ritesh launched Mashinie (Online Tech Wizard). The purpose of publishing Mashinie was to provide high quality Blogging tips, web development tutorials, self-tested SEO tips and methods of earning money online.
Later on in July 2016, Mashinie was completely replaced by Blogging Ethics. The main purpose of this migration was to streamline the niche of the site more towards Blogging.
Each post is published with a hope so that every blogger can learn the core basics to establish himself as a skilled blogger, act as a rich resource to the online community and make a happy living online.
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Ritesh’s advice for newbie bloggers
It’s not compulsory for you to have good knowledge of web designing and development to start blogging. All you need is the passion in you. Blogging requires a lot of hard work, dedication, and little patience too. If you’re not doing well in the beginning then don’t lose hope, keep working hard because time is the best teacher.
Blog only to spread knowledge and love, not to tease or insult anyone. Give more value to the Quality of content, not to Quantity. Respect copyrights and your readers. Don’t make your aim only to make money.
I don’t care about the time I took to gain all the knowledge and experience which I have now, I always feel like a newbie and this is what that keeps me pushing forward to do more.
Blogging is about building relations so stay humble and friendly with everybody. Ego will take you back where you came from. You all are born geniuses. All you need to do is just to recognise your god gifted potentials. Wishing you all a happy blogging career.
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