Saturday, 17 May 2014

Understanding the Power of Blogging

Writing is not complicated -- proper planning makes everything simple

Creating the flow of ideas
The goal is the important. If you try to do something that is not customary, you may end up writing a lot of nonsense. For example, if you start with trees saying, “ Trees are green and need water” and then go on to write about dogs, the reader will find it difficult to connect the two.

Making it interesting
Compartmentalize the ideas into two or three groups, say, – a) Soil Conservation b) Crop Rotation and c) Need for adequate water supply; now, you have the flow established. One can make any topic into subdivisions that are of interest. If you are creating a home study group with your friends, you can set up group leaders who arrange the day’s lesson or source the material for the study.
Never Limit yourself
Blogging may transcend to heights you never imagined. Words are powerful and if used in the correct sense, they let the reader see the worlds beyond the black and white. You need many facts to back up what you are saying:
     a)    Except for Narmada, Tapti and Indus, which flow into the Arabian Sea, most of the Indian rivers flow into the Bay of Bengal. 
     b)   Rivers flowing into the interiors of India are:
a.     Musi River (Hyderabad)
b.     Ghaggar River (Rajasthan)
c.      Luni River (Rajasthan)

Earning Money through Blogs
One can make money too through writing. You can sign up with Google AdSense, they let
you keep the money you make through your writing, at least a percentage of it.

Source: Source: Wikipedia Rivers of India:

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