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A note on WeboGraffiti's one year completion

I am very happy to tell all you readers that WeboGraffiti as an organization and a technology blog has completed one successful year. We the WeboGraffiti team have worked a lot to improve standards at WeboGraffiti and provide better readable material to people. Since technology is our main niche for writing, I am going to make this post short, do read till the end.


A brief history


When I started WeboGraffiti, I wanted it to be an organization or a unity of people who could exchange their knowledge about the technology world. I started this blog on a wordpress.com platform with a wordpress.com subdomain. WeboGraffiti was hence http://webograffiti.wordpress.com. I concentrated on software, social media and new technologies when I wrote my initial posts. As I got more and more into the blogosphere, I learnt what people want to read about technology. I met many people in the tech. world and exchanged my knowledge with them. We had times when we had loads of negative criticism on our posts so I did delete some of them in the initial times, but this critical commenting didn't take long to stop. I learned a lot about blogging and content writing before I finally decided to write about it. In March 2012, I shifted WeboGraffiti to http://webograffiti.com and changed almost everything from web host to logo, and at the same time, I started writing about blogging. We got our first Google pagerank in April 2012, in just one month after shifting the domain. Today WeboGraffiti and I as a blogger have completed one year, and I feel we have a long way to go forward. We are still committed to bring you the best out of the technology world and we'll always be.

Vote of Thanks


There are many people I would like to thank who helped me to learn and take heed in the world of blogging.

First of all I will thank my cousin Nikita Anand (http://mightylaws.in) and another tech. blogger from my city Namit Gupta (http://theitechblog.com) from whom I got all the inspiration to start a blog.

My friends Kavita ChakravortyNavneet Bhute, Shashank Malviya, Trisha Sukhtankar, Charvi Gupta, Vibhore Singh, Anju Jyoti, Palak Jain, Romil Vats, Siddharth Sharma, Gaurav Doshi, Ankit Gupta, Vipul Bhavsar, Vidit Sharma and many others who have been regular readers right from the time I started my blogging career.

Participants of the WeboGraffiti photography campaign who helped a lot in the promotion, Romil Vats, Arpit Taran, Umesh Survyawanshi, Aditi Ahlawat, Milind Ratnakar, Manshvi Singh, Abhishek Singh Bais, Shrishti Tiwari, Aniket Chaturvedi, Ashmita Das and Paridhi Jain.

I'd thank Trisha Sukhtankar one more time for promoting the blog and sharing its posts. She did every possible effort she could do to make this blog a successful one.

My parents Mr. Anand Shrivastava and Mrs. Manjula Shrivastava and sister Vani Shrivastava for being my support in every path of my life.

Guest bloggers and authors Sajel Saxena, Sumit Mukhija and Purvi Shah for contributing their articles and efforts in this blog.

Animesh Mishra for criticizing my work whenever it wasn't up to the mark and making me realize that there are always chances of improvements.

Bloggers and webmasters who helped me with the design and SEO of WeboGraffiti; Nitesh Singh, Abhisek Das (http://technocruze.com) and Ifham Khan (http://mashdesigning.com).

Facebook groups Bloggerz Lounge, Techism, Bloggerz, Guest Blogging, Dezigner Talk, Limelight and many more for helping me whenever I needed.

Each and every of my readers, subscribers and followers who have made the survival of this blog possible.



This one year taught me a lot many things about blogging and content writing. I believe, there's a still lot more to learn and still a road to walk upon. I will continue my blogging journey for quite a long time ahead, maybe for ever. Thank you for reading this post.  We have something very cool coming up next month. Stay in touch.

Comments

  1. Trisha Sukhtankar21 May 2012 at 07:11

    Thanks for the credit.. Although, I don't deserve it but still.. :P :D
    Hearty congrats.. Way to go! :)

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  2. Piyush Shrivastava21 May 2012 at 07:12

    Thank you Trisha :)

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  3. Congratulations Piyush for moving a year ahead with your blog. My all best wishes are with you and hope you excel high with your blogging skills. Ping me anytime for help, I'll be there :)

    Happy Blogging!

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  4. Piyush Shrivastava21 May 2012 at 07:20

    Thanks a lot for being there Abhisek. Yes I am going to ping you whenever I need help and I know you will stand by me. :)
    Thanks for your comment.

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  5. Anytime. Welcome and keep moving ahead. Happy Blogging! :)

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  6. Dude you have a long way to go.....And I believe you'll make it....I'll always be supporting you

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  7. Piyush Shrivastava21 May 2012 at 15:48

    Thanks Siddharth

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  8. Congrats my favorite bro and a BIG THANK YOU! :) :) We are PROUD of you. :)
    Your will 'to learn more and more' and hardwork has made WeboGraffiti a success. All the Best for all your future endeavours..we will always be there to guide and support you. :)

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  9. Piyush Shrivastava21 May 2012 at 16:10

    Thank you didi.. It its a success, it wasn't possible without your support and guidance. :)

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  10. Commendable !!
    Doing a great job at such a young age.. miles to go, piyush :)
    WISHING U MANY MANY MORE SUCH WONDERFUL YEARS !! LOVE YOU <3

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  11. Piyush Shrivastava21 May 2012 at 16:43

    This means a lot. Thank you Palak didi. :)

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  12. Piyush! Congratulations and my wishes for your future!
    A great and inspirational work.

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  13. Congratulations. :-)

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  14. Piyush Shrivastava22 May 2012 at 02:16

    Thank you charvi :)

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  15. Piyush Shrivastava22 May 2012 at 02:16

    Thank you :)

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  16. thanks... but I don't think I should be thanked ... but congos to you and you're fellow writers ...

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  17. Piyush Shrivastava24 May 2012 at 06:14

    Thanks Gaurav.. I mentioned you because I learnt all I know about computers and internet with you guys.. :)
    Thanks for dropping in.

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  18. Thanks... but you are moving in just the right direction... follow it and you'll get what you deserve. It may take some time, but you will definitely succeed...

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  19. Piyush Shrivastava24 May 2012 at 06:30

    Thanks again. :)

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  20. Hey Piyush, I am delighted to get a mention here. and its a real privilege if I did get to inspire you. My best wishes and support always with you.

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  21. Piyush Shrivastava25 May 2012 at 12:51

    Thank you Namit.

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