3000th Blog Posts!
When I realized that I am writing my 3000th blog post (list of all of my blog posts), I just got blank with happiness. I could not come up with what exactly to write. It has been a long time since I have stopped writing about milestones. I believe writing about milestone is not helpful to users, it is just plain bragging about oneself. However, when I reach 3000th blog post. I am just stunned and not sure what to talk about. I will now answer three questions which I have received about this blog in the last month, maybe that will give some insight in my blog post.
Q: How can you write every single day from last 7 years?
A: It is about to be 8 years soon. I just enjoy it. Every day, I write one blog post before I start my daily routine. May be this discipline has helped me. I have talked about secrets of this in my latest Play by Play: Pinal Dave Course.
Q: Do you have a day job or you just do blogging?
A: Yea, I have a day job where I go to the office, work for over 8 years, take a lunch break and have amazing people to work with. I work for Pluralsight as an Evangelist. However, blogging is my passion and heart beat. That is why I have recently written a book on Secret Tool Box of Successful Bloggers: 52 Tips to Build a High Traffic Top Ranking Blog and it is doing quite well.
Q: I want to learn more about blogging, is there any other resource besides your book do you suggest?
A: Well, I suggest you read my book as that is the latest additional to my library. It is 12th book I have authored in last 3 years and a very first non-technical book. If you do not want to read books, you can watch my Pluralsight courses on Building a Successful Blog and Building a High Traffic, Profitable Blog. Both of the courses are very unique in nature and gives perspective in my methodology in blogging.
Bonus Q: If you have a day job and you spend so much time in writing books as well as authoring video courses – when do you sleep?
A: Well, let me quote my favorite author Robert Frost.
The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep.
I am just humbled and thank you to all of you. I really mean it.
Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)