TOP 3 Indian Bloggers

Top 3 Indian Blogger’s List 2019

Before talking about Top 3 Indian Bloggers, first lets know how and when blogging started. There is no doubt today blogging is one of the buzzing industry to start living or part time earning online. Although blogging in India appear very late in 1990s. In earlier days blogging was only done by computer professionals to provide solution to problems.

Also Read: How To Create A Blog With Blogger

Today hundreds of new bloggers start their journey in different niches. Some of them succeed some of them just discontinue due to lack of knowledge and patience.Nowadays, blogging is turned into a full industry with 100s of different niche (categories), tools, professionals and etc. Although it become more easy to start blogging as lots of online resource availability. So, here is a list of Top 3 Indian Bloggers who achieved great success in blogging.

Top 3 Indian Bloggers

1. Amit Agarwal – Labnol.org

amit agarwal

Name: Amit Agarwal

Blog: labnol.org

Monthly Average Earning: 69.5 Lakhs Approx ($100,000)

Alexa Global rank: 13,374

Alexa Rank in India: 3495

Amit Agarwal a pioneer of Indian blogging industry and blogging revolution. He is a former IITian and one of the best Tech Blogger in India. Amit worked for US based firm till 2004. He quit his job and started first blog labnol.org.  Amit has achieved great success within few months of starting blog also he mainly writes about Consumer software, mobile apps, how to blogs and web technologies. The main aim of Amit was to become India’s first and professional blogger in India. Amit’s success story does inspired a lot of new bloggers though his speeches and this is the reason why amit is topped this list of Top 3 Indian blogger’s.

2. Harsh Agarawal – ShoutMeLoud 

Harsh-Agarwal

Name: Harsh Agarwal

Blog: ShoutMeLoud.com

Monthly Average Earning: 28 Lakhs Approx ($40055)

Alexa Global rank: 15,503

Alexa Rank in India: 1771

Harsh Agarawal is most popular blogger in India. He is Delhi based blogger and computer engineer. Harsh started his journey in his student life in 2008. The man itself is full time blogger and speaker blogs and speak on topics like; Blogging, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Social Media Marketing, Affiliate Marketing and how to become your own boss i.e. Make Money Online. Harsh has also introduced new ways to gain traffic and monetise blogs. That’s the reason he claims himself as blog scientist and deserves a 2nd position in our Top 3 Indian Bloggers list.

3. Faisal Farooqui MouthShut.com 

Faisal FarooquiName: Faisal Farooqui

Blog: MouthShut.com

Monthly Average Earning: 35 Lakhs Approx ($50,000)

Alexa Global rank: 10,069

Alexa Rank in India: 763

Faisal I. Farooqui is an entrepreneur, best known as the founder and Chief Executive Officer of MouthShut.com. Farooqui ranks 3rd in our Top 3 Indian bloggers list and is a advocate of freedom of expression on internet. He challenged Honorable Supreme Court striking down of Section 66A and reading down of many other sections of the Information Technology Act of India. Farooqui obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems and Finance from the State University of New York at Binghamton. The Blog/Website MouthShut.com mainly hosts reviews of Restaurants, Gadgets, Movies and more.

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