best blogger communities

3 Best Indian Blogger Communities

best blogger communities

Blogging is one of most trending online source of income from past few years. As blogging is considered as trusted source and it requires less investment hence so many new bloggers are into this industry.

Also Read: How To Create A Blog With Blogger

In order to grow as blogger it is very important to make good relationship with fellow bloggers and gain traffic through social media and blogging communities. Therefore, here is 3 best blogger communities for new and pro bloggers.

Best Indian Blogger Communities

The list prepared is completely based on personal experience, features, user interface and traffic provided by communities. There is no attempt to promote any specific community by taking any benefits.



IndiBlogHub formaly known as Skill Infinity started in 2017-18. This platform has more than 10,000+ bloggers from all over India. You can find bloggers from all niche and locations. It provides Blog Post link sharing along with YouTube video link sharing option within Dashboard. You can also add multiple blogs or YouTube channel within platform.Therefore, IndiBlogHub is at First position in our Best Blogger Communities List.

Features Of IndiBlogHub

  1. Blog Post & YouTube Link Sharing
  2. Personal Messaging
  3. Interview Session from fellow bloggers
  4. Marketing Campaigns/Advertisement
  5. Simple User Interface



IndiBlogger is oldest blogging community since 2007. As the community is oldest hence it has only quality bloggers which will have minimum 20 posts or 5 videos on their blog & YouTube channel respectively. IndiBlogger Has various features like IndiVine, IndiSpire and etc.Therefore, IndiBlogger is at Second position in our Best Blogger Communities List.

Features Of IndiBlogger

  1. Blog Post & YouTube Link Sharing
  2. IndiSpire – Share Idea & Write on same topic
  3. IndiBlogger Awards
  4. IndiBlogger For Business & Brands
  5. IndiRank – Ranking For Bloggers



BlogEngage is one of the biggest blogging community all over the world. The BlogEngage does not offer free membership just as of IndiBlogHub & IndiBlogger. You need to purchase membership starting from $25/month. BlogEngage Provides various features like; Link Sharing, Groups, and etc. Therefore, BlogEngage is at third position in our Best Blogger Communities List.

Features Of IndiBlogger

  1. Blog Post & YouTube Link Sharing
  2. Personal Messaging
  3. Build Backlinks
  4. Groups For Discussion
  5. Huge Traffic

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