BCIS 10: A Talk With Mohammad Mustafa from MyBloggerTricks.com

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Today I crossed Indian border with my blogging interview series and reached in Pakistan. I am very thankful to Mohammad who said ‘Yes' to my interview proposal and answered my question in very detailed manner.

Mohammad is owner of MyBloggerTricks; A very famous blog to teach blogging tips and tutorials. Many newbie bloggers from all across the globe have learned blogging from this awesome blog as Mohammad continued to serve best of the best tutorials on his blog.

As my interview series is running from last 2 months, so many of my Pakistani readers were suggesting me interview this blogging tycoon, who helped many of them indirectly with his blog. I asked him many questions and he replied all of them from his heart.

Let's read about his life and blogging journey.

1. Tell us about yourself and your childhood dreams.

Thank you Kulwant Nagi for considering me worth an interview. I hope this interview helps to entertain your readers productively.

My life is full of interesting stories and turning points. I was 7 years of age when I used to accompany my dad at his shop. I used to sell plastic bags for rupees 2.0.  Ever since I understood the value of being responsible, I started dreaming with open eyes. I am a normal guy who loves socializing and making new friends. Swimming, riding, bunking classes, preferring to be a back bencher, and hanging out with friends are few things I love to do. =)

I am currently pursuing a Bachelors degree in Computer and Information System Engineering. Fortunately just 7 months are left before I become a graduate, I am now both financially independent and engaged. I got tied up with a beautiful princess in 5th March 2013 and have to bring her home after graduation. So the childhood dreams are all accomplished today Alhamdulillah and what I dream next is to live a peaceful life with nature all around and improve the socially failed academic system of education at  schools, colleges and universities that always aim at producing career-oriented milk feeders and never business-oriented grown ups.

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2. MOHAMMAD, I am listening your name from year 2010 when one friend of mine told me about term ‘blogging'. Please tell us how you started your career with blogging?mustafa

I completed high school in 2006 and then started applying abroad for higher studies in 2007. Half of my classmates received scholarships in MIT, Harvard, YALE and Standford but despite being brilliant in studies I didn’t receive any scholarship. My parents were weak financially but to live up my higher studies dream, I applied to a community college in New York. Things were going great but due to poor economic conditions I didn’t qualify for an US VISA. I was half shattered and lost hope in quality education and to be more precise I lost hope in life. I remained a victim of depression for about a year but believe it or not – this one year of sitting at home introduced me to  BlogoSphere. I practised HTML4, CSS, JavaScript, Photoshop and kept on learning by trial and error. With time my interest in blogging increased. I setup my first blogspot blog for my school mates (though I was always mocked for doing stupid things) and started writing tutorials on WindowsXp and trending software.

My true inspirations were two Indian guys, one is Divya sai from bloggerstop.net and another is Aneesh from BloggerPlugins.org. They are the two people who always encouraged me with everything I did. They are my true idols unlike the big names Online who talk big but help less.

3. You did Computer Engineering, and then tried your luck with masters in same field. How difficult it was for you to make your mind to get back in daily routine (I am asking this question because in 2010 I was admitted in RIT, NewYork, USA for higher education. But everything was shattered and it took me atleast 4-5 months to get back into daily life).

I have not yet completed my studies and I don’t plan to do Masters. I believe education is good only when you are able to apply it. My future goals are linked with my business endeavors. That’s where I wish to invest the remaining half of my life.

4. How you convinced your parents to do full-time blogging as compared to job?

My parents were the first to demotivate me with my blogging activities. Spending hours in front of your computer without earning a penny during the initial start of your online career is surely a family Taboo but with time (over a year) my parents realized its potential and always encouraged me to excel more.

I still remember my dad saying “Son why the hell are you wasting your time in front of this box?? Get up and study!

I had to convince them every other day and would often ask them to have Patience by giving them surety that good days were near..

5. How much time you spent on your blog in starting days, and how much time you are spending now?

I used to spend around 10-15 hours during the initial phase. i.e. 2008-2009. Then with time the Studies and Readership burden increased and my timings dropped to 6 hours. Today when STC Network is blessed with several contributors and employees, I have to spend only 4 hours online, dealing with clients and maintaining the sites.

6. You are still running your blog on BlogSpot. Aren’t you feeling any insecurity to run this blog? Because we have heard that Google can delete our account any time.

I have tested all major Content Management Systems be that Joomla, WordPress or Blogger. Earning and traffic are dependent on your quality content only and independent of the platform you use. The reason why I like Blogger is because it provides free Web hosting, Up-time servers, highly secured logins, easy template customization features and friendly front end control. There are some people who attach unnecessary security doubts to blogger regarding Google’s blog Deletion  policy.

We have shared several posts that guide blogspot users on how to keep a daily backup of their posts just like we do at WordPress through plugins. Comments, posts can easily be backed up in Blogger like any other CMS. Blogs that are deleted are ones that badly violate Google’s TOS and this action is taken against blogs that mostly promote racist, explicit, unethical and infringed content.  If you know you are doing nothing wrong, then you are safe from all sorts of penalty. Blogs on WordPress or other CMS systems are more vulnerable to attacks as compared to Blogger. We have written an interesting post here:

7. Which are the primary sources of your income?

The following:

  • Contextual Ads : AdSense
  • Banner Ads: BuySellAds
  • Affiliate Commissions
  • Product Reviews
  • SEO Consultancy via Skype
  • Sponsored Workshops in Local Universities
  • Web development Services (Account for 70% of our earning)

8.  Which are your favorite blogs?

All blogs by Google and Yahoo. Mashable, TechCrunch, labnol, SEOmoz, search Engine land and few dozens more! 😉 You can’t love just few!

9. You have attended many seminars as a speaker. How you prepare your speech and how much time you spend to prepare them?

Frankly speaking I love public speaking! Hand me a mic and give me a time duration, leave rest on me! I love making people laugh and yet helping them out. I am doing this since 15 years now so its takes only 3 hours to prepare a Power point presentation and brainstorm myself.

10. You started new blog Smart Earning Methods, how this blog is doing and what are your future plans with this blog.

This blog was more like an experiment and the results are amazingly beyond our expectations. It is doing extremely well thanks to our two dedicated and highly well versed co-authors: Nida and Qasim. I wanted to apply some SMO and SEO techniques to it and wanted to use this PHP platform to understand the trending behavior of traffic. So far it has helped me out to better improve my understanding of search engine algorithms and robots crawling and indexing activities.

With a complete command on your database and content, you can do wonders to play with the changing moods of search engines. After all the entire system of  traffic generation through several sources works on carefully built Algorithms.

11. You are running STC Network. How you got your first client and where this company has reached at this stage?

STC Network was launched in 2010 and so far its the backbone of our infrastructure. Each month we pick a selected number of orders from MBT and our referrals. Each project comes with a lifetime consultancy, so the client remains in touch with us for as long as the company exists.  The first order that I received was a small logo for a Pet’s blog and it was indeed an exciting feeling getting paid for the first time. 🙂

12. Are you doing any promotion for your blog/company? What kind of promotion you are doing?

I use Paid social Media Ads on Facebook whenever we have to promote a new service or product. But I do it quite rarely because most of the traffic comes from search engines and we really don’t feel the need to buy inorganic traffic. The promotion is done through social media networks, local universities and free goodies.

13. What we should keep in mind before starting a blog? Please tell us something different from Choosing a Niche.

Patience! The easiest job on earth is starting a blog but the toughest job is maintaining it. Most people start their blogging career with no strategy, SEO skills and no Target goals. Their first aim is always Money and that kills them very soon when they fail to earn a lucrative income online. Thus they quit blogging in less than a year.

I always advice my readers to give at least six months in understanding their niche and building readership and never to turn their blog into a fish market of Ads during the first six months. I strongly forbid using AdSense or any other Ad network for a newly launched blog for at least 5-6 months. Revenue will follow by itself once the readership and traffic flow is set up. When you care about readership, you care about quality and as a result Search engines would care too.  Hate Infringing  Copyrights, it is the worst thing one can do to his online reputation.

14. In our society people don’t know what blogger is. So how do you introduce yourself when someone ask you, “What you do?”

That’s indeed a great question. Back in 2008 people would often ask questions like what blogger or blog is and that would really sound weird. Today after 5 years, at least in our country students over 15 years of age are now well versed with these terms. We also have annual blog awards programs here and thanks to print and electronic media the blogosphere terminologies are spreading widely and becoming familiar to a larger audience. Today when I am asked how do I make money blogging, I simply answer “Keep my business card buddy, find it yourself!”

15. If you would have given chance to meet a blogger, who would be that great blogger?

I would certainly like to meet Pete Cashmore  and Amit Agarwal. Both of them have inspired me to their fullest.

16. Can we see blogging as a profession in coming 2-3 years?

It's already a profession for hundreds of great entrepreneurs! Blogger’s are millionaires today and often treated as celebrities in magazines and appear as guests on biggest TV channels like CNN and BBC. Isn’t it? 🙂

17. What are your future plans with blogging?

I wish to automate it as much as possible. Blogging daily is tough if you have to grow your business. Services demand time and care. Blogging and serving clients could be a burden if you do it alone. So I always aim at increasing the number of employees. Right now 4 active employees accompany me in the efforts and I plan to increase the capacity.

18. Which SEO tools your using for your blogs/business?

I use the following abundantly:

1      Common Sense!

2      Google Trends

3      Google Keyword Tool

4      Google/Bing Webmaster Tools

5      Google Analytics for understanding traffic trends and strategies

6      Dummy Sites (webhosting)  for practising SEO

7      Finally Google Search for finding answers to every question

I have never used a paid SEO tool ever nor those countless SEO plugins in WordPress Repository. SEO is a simple logic which if understood manually would make your online experience worthwhile. Automated systems never help precisely. There are always uncertainties involved in such paid plugins and sometimes even bigger risks.

19. How much money approximately you are making with your blogs and which are the sources?

This is the most frequently asked question that people often ask me. People often estimate it as $10K-$15K but it really hurts when they do. Sharing earnings publicly is something I take against business ethics and this is one reason why I have never shared Income Reports with my readers online. However in local seminars and workshops I often share around 10% of my earnings just to convince the attendees that whatever earning mechanisms we are sharing is not a scam. In my coming seminar on “BluePrint to Plan B” I will be sharing 20% of my income details live with audience for the first time. Once that is made public next week inshAllah, people would get an idea to estimate the earnings correctly.

20.  Message for my readers.

I was a noob when I started blogging. My parents, brothers, friends and almost everyone mocked me for spending hours without earning a penny during the initial start of my career. Staying foolish, humble and practising are three things that brought me to a much better stage today. Whenever you step towards a bigger change, people would often demotivate you because what someone else couldn’t achieve, he would think the same for you. But you have to use your God gifted potentials. Be glad that you are able to read and write because there are millions who can’t. Don’t always follow people far ahead of you, follow those who love to help. Keep monthly goals and don’t do weekly comparisons of your analytics data or progress status. The lesser you concentrate on what you don’t have and the more you remain thankful for what you have, will always keep you happy and satisfied with life. Life is a jungle, you need to build skills to survive. If you wish to live a Blogger’s life then depend more on your common sense and less on tools. Understand algorithms and never the tutorial alone.

Hate Jobs as far as you can and take risks to become great entrepreneurs. Life has a lot to deliver so give it an opportunity to hug you properly.

Wishing you all the best of luck with your future endeavours buddies. Stay foolish, stay humble and keep practising.  Peace and blessings be upon you all.

Kulwant Nagi

Hi! I am Kulwant Nagi. I created this blog in 2011 with the vision to help new bloggers. I am running more than 10 blogs on various categories and running a digital marketing company in India now.

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58 thoughts on “BCIS 10: A Talk With Mohammad Mustafa from MyBloggerTricks.com”

  1. Thank you very much for this interview, Some day I will also get interviewed somewhere I think!
    Well this was an amazing story and well-matches with my own blogging story.
    You’re doing great work Mohammad Mustafa, you are inspiration to many of us.
    Keep it up!!

  2. He is a kind of guy who started from nothing, and is one of the topmost bloggers in the blogosphere. I have been reading his blog ever since I started using Blogger (Blogspot) as MyBloggerTricks was extensively publishing articles related to Blogger themes, widgets and plugins at that time. I must say that he’s the real inspiration for many new bloggers out there. Thanks Kulwant for taking this interview, good to know more about Mohammad :).

  3. Hello Mohammad, Good to see you here.
    Mohammad actually gave me the opportunity to publish my first guest post online on his blog. Ever since, we have become somehow close.
    I have used his free templates, free icons, widgets, etc on my Blogger blogs. He has contributed positively to the growth of my blog.
    Mohammad, I am considering featuring you on the interviews section of my blog and hope you’d grant me the privilege of bringning you closer to my readers?

    • Good to hear that you are already having good connections with Mohammad.

      If he will be free, he not going to say ‘NO’ to you. Thanks for putting hands together.

  4. I must leave a comment, at least this time (as I always avoid it).

    Thank you both, Kulwant brother and Mohammad brother (I guess, you know the reason :P)

    I want to leave a comment written forcelessly, and not just to throw it over there. So it is that brief, otherwise I’d have had to find words unnaturally. Btw, may I ask a question to our interviewee, buddy?

      • Mohammad, how did you manage to keep yourself motivated during the last few years?

        • Hi Mairaj,

          Thank you for asking this great question. The last few years were as difficult as the starting days. Only three things kept me focused on my work which are:

          1. I don’t have a personal social profile that connects me with my friends except a profile where I promote the business. This helped me to remain focus on my work and save the precious hours of my life. The biggest diversion in life is when you analyse and calculate your progress with your close colleges. The less you pay attention to them the more you grow on your field. I deleted my FB account in 2010 and have not used it since then.

          2. I always stay away from people that are pessimistic in approach and also stay away from sites that infringe our content and spoil our efforts. The less you argue the more you can save time and move ahead. Those who don’t cooperate are people who will never listen, so ignore them and move on. Every post published at MBT is violated the next hour and every script applied to our theme is manipulated and shared the other second. These things hurt but that is a blogger’s and developer’s life after all.

          3. Celebrating the slightest of achievements with readers and friends!
          This is the biggest source of motivation for me. I often post about my yearly achievements. The feedback received from readers energize me to its fullest. Nothing feels great than the beautiful and lovely comments received from your loyal readers. They are your power contributors.
          I often take friends for a treat or outgoing party. I remember that the first time I took them out for a lunch was when I received my first banner Ad for $10 and donation of $25. So keep celebrating, this refreshes your inner strength 🙂

          I just hope to see you and rest of you far ahead of me or anyone. May God bless you with blessings far above what you asked for. A great future awaits you so trust your skills and give it a try dear.

          Thank a bunch for all the lovely feedback. I kept on reading each comment and it meant no less than a treasure . Thank you everyone for being so kind. 🙂

          • Muhammad I am a fan of yours , Can you please tell when you are going to visti Lahore for a seminar, I would certainly like to attend.

          • Hi , Ahmed : Thanks for lighting up the way. Your success, to me, may be summed up to a core principle i.e You are empowering others to find their way. This century will surely belong to those who empower others. Stay the course and keep shining

  5. Ohh, what to say? This gonna be my life changing post in fact. Your 14th question was awesome and most relevant in this scenario. The worst case is that in India, people are thinking blogging is a waste of time as we do in Facebook. They often blame and discourage us for further proceedings.

    Mohammed, I’ve reading your blog since ever I started my first blog and I might have increased your page views to a great extend so far. Hats off and wish you a happy married life with your “Princess”. 😀

  6. Hello dear kulwant,
    some day before when I was gt bored from blogging and start thinking to do some thing more interested, I have read an interview of a person and so that interview forced me back toward blogging. I am very thankful to you for taking an interview of Muhammad mustafa ahmadzai, he is one of my favourite blogger, it will be great if you also take and interview of my room mate(past mate) bilal ahmed owner of Techmaish. he is also doing very good job in blogospher.
    Thank you once again

  7. Big Thumbs up to Kulwant and to great Mohammad. thanks a lot Kulwant for interviewing Mohammad. This is the best interview ever read by me on the internet. I like to search for interviews online daily to get me motivated. but this interview motivated me like a booster. Mohammad you are the best forever. Mohammad you’re like a Blogging and Blogger king for me. and like your parents demotivated you for blogging in my case it’s the same my parents and other family members always demotivate me that it’s very hard to get success in blogging, only pro bloggers can get success but i know that one day i’ll also be a pro blogger from India.
    thanks Kulwant bro for interviewing Mohammad.

  8. I m Every Much Inspire by You Mohammad Mustafa because your different in blogospher everybody will recommand to start a blog with wordpress because it can be fully customize and full of plugins but in your case you do everything in blogger itself some times even wordpress user feel guilty about your blog great achievement man

  9. This is an A class post really! Mohammad had changed my blogging life!
    Thanks Kulwant thanks MyBloggerTricks! You guys are really AWESOME!! <3

  10. Mohammad is one of my best teacher.From Mohammad’s My Blogger Tricks i always learn something new.

  11. An Awesome interview….I follow you mohammad and your blog “MBT” . but never knew your personal life to such an extent…really inspiring…Thanx A lot…:)

  12. Wao, what an inspiring interview with Muhammad!!! i am among those who have benefited from Muhammad Blog, he as really assisted my blog to get to where they are today

  13. I just heard the name of M. Mustafa from my colleagues but it first time ever I visited his blog and came to know about him..

    Kulwant nagi its great effort to arrange interview of such inspirational man.

    M. Mustafa your story have further motivated me, as after doing masters I have already wasted my 1 year approx. Blogger friends are saying that most people leave blogging in this stage, but I am committed to it, thinking that if I have spend one year so now I will not give up before getting something out of it. Your story has really Sparked my blogging soul.

    Thanks

  14. I have been reading Mohammad’s blog since I started blogging. His blog teached me alot.
    I get motivated by reading this kind of interviews.

    Thanks to Kulwant for interviewing one of my favorite bloggers.

  15. This is an A class post really! Mohammad had changed my blogging life! and inspiring from mohammad i also start my blogging carrier last two months ago

  16. Mohammad I saw the author on internet four months ago on mybloggertricks and I am inspired by the story, He is really an amazing person , with a really well established business, I would say a really nice person in coduct as well,

    I would certainly like to attend his seminar whenever he comes in Lahore, Please do inform us , if you come to Lahor.

  17. waooo great interviews i love blogging and also inspired Mohammad mustafa ahmadazi. he is my first best teacher

  18. Who is Mohammad Mustafa?

    Kidding.

    Gotcha Kulwant, hatts off to this inspiring, motivating, and awesome interview of the only blogger whom I truly respect.

    I like what you said that “to live a blogger’s life, one should depend more on common sense and less on tools”.

    Thanks for sharing the story of your life on how you started, that I’m sure is going to inspire many out there.

  19. MBT has always helped me with SEO. This one really inspired me. Thank you very much Mohmmad for sharing your experience and Kulwant for interview. A coincidence 5th March is my B’day 😛

  20. Hello Kulwant ,

    The interview series , the blogging contest and the killer posts are heating up . With what I can see , Blogging Cage will be considered one of the biggest blogs online soon . Keep going buddy , you are doing awesome .

    As far as this interview goes , Mohammed should be an inspiration to each and every blogger out there . He started out with nothing but some people who called him a fool , now I guess the same people wag their tails like a dog behind him .

    I love MBT . Thank you Mohammed for all the guidance you gave to me and millions of other bloggers . 🙂

    Regards,
    Navneet

    • Thanks for such loving words, Navneet.

      Keep visiting us and be with us on the big platform soon.

  21. This is great! it helps whole blogger community because this article enriched with experience. Hats off to both of you for putting this flawless interview

  22. Kulwant Sir,You have choosen a very correct and honerable person who is worth to been interview .I am very happy that Your interview series are growing bigger and bigger day by day.Mustafa is the only person who will do wonders with his blogger blog.I think this interview will definitely motivate thousand of your readers like me.

    Thanks you very much to both the blogging masters for this great interview.

  23. Hi Kulwant……this is indeed a great interview. Mohammad is my all time favourite. I keep visiting his blog for various tips and tricks related to blogger as my blog is also hosted on blogger platform.

    Hope to see such great interviews on your blog Kulwant in future!!!

    • Fardeen, I will never disappoint you. Keep visiting us for such great interviews.

  24. This is really inspiring Interview .. like Muhammed i too started blogging with inspiration from Amit Agarwal ( labnol ) and Harsh Agarwal ( SML ) , i often check MBT , and two others for new posts ..

    Thanks Kulwant for this Awesome Post .

  25. Mohammad Mustafa, you are an inspiration for many including me. I am really blessed to read your interview and the problems you faced initially but that did not deter you towards honing your skills further. Thanks to your hard work, zeal and passion, Masha Allah you have earned a name for yourself. You rightly emphasized (On many occasions) the reason for all of us to thank Almighty since we are skilled enough towards being in this profession. Wish you all the success in your life. Feels great that your are engaged and wish from the bottom of my heart that your married life will be as blissful as your career is.
    InshaAllah.
    I equally thank Kulwant Nagi for taking through the journey of a man whose story is indeed a motivating. Kulwant bhai, thanks again, you are equally a great blogger. Wish for all the success.

    • Thanks a ton Afzal. And thanks for praising the efforts of real hero, Mohammad.

  26. I always wanted to personally review Mr.Mohammed !
    I’m a regular reader of mybloggertricks ever since I started my blogging career ! 😀
    And btw, Eventhough it was a bit long that other interviews it was thoroughly interesting too 🙂
    Thanks for the interview Kulwant bro !

    • I am amazed to see that Mohammad have left big impact on many bloggers.

      Thanks for your words.

  27. Simply awesome. Nice interview. Muhammad is really an inspiration for many of us. Thanks admin for conducting this interview.

    • Thanks Bilal.

      We are running a guest blogging contest on our blog.
      Look here if you are not aware – https://www.bloggingcage.com/650-guest-blogging-contest-is-live/

  28. I am also fan of Muhammad Mustafa. Thanks for sharing a great post. I appreciate your thinking

  29. Fantastic and inspirational interview! Agreed, blogging requires patience and starting the blog is the easiest job, but maintaining it is the toughest part. Yes, life is a jungle and one needs to build skills to survive. And it’s great to know that you are tied up with your life partner and I wish you and your beautiful princess a happy and peaceful life 🙂 Thanks Kulwant for this great interview and tweeted it 🙂

  30. Great Interview, It’s great to read such a Interview.
    Mohammad Mustafa has really great story of his Blogging career. Thanks Kulwant for conducting a great Interview with Mustafa. Worth Reading.

  31. This guy is a true genius…I am not an expert at blogging or html stuff but his mbt site has helped me a lot..thank you

  32. Great Interview you have here Kulwant.
    I love all the replies of Mohammad, they are full of insights and wisdom.

  33. The next month after starting my blogspot blog I came to know about My Blogger Tricks and since then I visit the website every even after I left blogger. The person behind this blog is really great and have almost every tip and troubleshooting one need to manage a blog.

  34. Very nice interview, I like his blog and I am a regular reader. He is always inspiration to many bloggers. Thanks for such a great interview.

  35. Very nice interview conducted by admin,Muhammed is also my inspiration for blogging.I started blogging after seeing his blog,he changed my mind about blogging,before reading his posts i was taking blogging as a very tough and boring job but now i am enjoying all this.Thanx Muhammad Mustafa Ahmedzai.

  36. Hi, Muhammad Mustafa.I am also a fan of you.I have an one question? How did you learn all web designing languages in tough phase? Thanks.

  37. thank you so much Kulwant I love you guys… Mohammad you are a great guy. I bless the day i ran search on how to add Google AdSense below title post, that was the day i came across your blog and Mohammad’s blog, from that day I made you guys my mentors, I relate with your blogs as if am relating with you guys in real life, am always on your blogs.. i stopped working and started learning, am just playing around with the things am learning from you both…. Thanks for the information.. One day I will meet you both real life.

    Please i would apprciate an assistance from my mentors, would like to send my questions via email, pls hint me if my quest is accepted
    With love from Africa

    • You can ask any question regarding blogging via my contact form or by sending me personal mail on admin@kulwantnagi.com.

  38. Mohammad Mustafa Ahmedzai is my all time favorite Blogger, Whenever i read his history, it gives me Courage and Hope.

  39. Muhammad mustafa is our Guru…he has published thousands of article on blogger tricks, he has created awesome blogger widgets and plugins. A great man from blogging world.

  40. This is the first interview that I have read from Blogging cage interview series. Me too, hear his name from 2011 when I enter in the world blogging. This guy is reason behind my 70% of knowledge in blogging.

    “I want to be like him and I want to be get interviewed someone, someday…” 😉

  41. That’s really a good interview with Mohammad Mustafa, He is one of my ideal in this blogging arena. What a success he had gained in his blogging career. Thumbs Up to MBT.

    Thannks for the interview.

    Regards
    Sameer Sumdarshi

  42. Muhammad you are a great man you inspired us a lot and you are a great man from blogging world

  43. I have been reading Mohammad’s blog since I started blogging. His blog taught me a lot.
    I get motivated by reading this kind of interviews.

    Thanks to Kulwant for interviewing one of my favorite bloggers.

  44. That’s an interesting and inspirational interview session. It feels like I has personally talked with Mohammad while reading this post.
    No doubt, Mohammad is doing quite well in blogger domain by providing best resource for blogger tools, gadgets, and some tricky codes too for making blogger blogs much more productive.

    The ways of earning they shared on Smart-Earning-Methods are really practically feasible and should be followed by new bloggers at least.

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