The world(especially India) has evolved and has turned a lot open-minded than the older days. Nobody is thinking about becoming only an engineer or a doctor. Many other jobs have been selected by the mature people and they are very successful at it. Open sourcing, game developing, professional blogging are not empty now. There are many people in these fields and they earn over a lakh per month by these jobs.

One example for professional blogging in front of you is the owner and founder of ShoutMeLoud - Harsh Agrawal. He is a full-time blogger and by the income reports he publishes, you can see that he is earning quite a lot by professional blogging and other online works.Why Should You Consider Professional Blogging as Your CareerThere are many reasons why you should consider professional blogging as your career. I will share some of them which may convince you to consider professional blogging into your list of jobs you can opt for.

1. Work from home
Normal jobs want you to get up early morning, freshen up, get ready and go to the office. This is the routine you follow for your school when you are a kid, replacing office with school. So, would you like to follow that routine all life long? No, not really. Professional blogging frees you from this routine. You can get up any time as you don't have to go anywhere. You have to stay at your home, use your laptop or PC and internet connection and get going. Working from home will also make sure that your surroundings are comfortable as sometimes people in offices aren't comfortable with their surroundings and environment.

2. Flexible working hours
Mostly, in offices, you have to work from 9 am to 7 pm or some what like that. You stay in your office for around 8 hours every week-day. You cannot choose when you want to work, at what time, etc. As a professional blogger, you have those choices but you have to be correct with those choices. You can choose how much you want to work... try to keep it at least 4 hours per day so you can write many articles and do the rest of the blogging work. 4 hours is enough for all those works.

3. No boss
Yeah! If you are working in a normal office, under a boss, who takes you for granted, you can least abuse him with your friends and yourself. You can't abuse the boss on his face otherwise you are most likely to get an immediate suspension. As a professional blogger, you have your own blog and you are the owner of that blog. There is nobody upper than you(other than the readers) who can make you work like a dog. You don't have to work under any rules created by some other person. You have your own rules and you will lovingly follow them. No boss means no tension.

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  1. Raj @ WordPress Blogging // August 22, 2011 at 6:01 PM  

    i prefer to chose professional blogging as a career but it needs lot of attention and concentration on your niche, according to me it is a safe practice to do aggressive blogging before actually turning into a professional blogger..

  2. Dipendra // November 16, 2011 at 12:08 PM  

    If able to succeed, professional blogging can be really great. We could earn, establish networking, share our thoughts and make a revolution through writing.

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