BCIS 34: An Interview with Harleena Singh from Aha-Now.com

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Who doesn't know Harleena Singh?

In such a small period she has made a big impact on Indian Blogging that her hard work is highly appreciable.

Few people are calling her commenting superstar, few omnipresent blogger and many are praising her in their own ways. In short – people are very much happy to have such an active blogger in Indian community and reading her blog Aha-Now to get more happiness in their life.

For getting success in blogging we really need to do some extra ordinary things so that more people can get more awareness about your online identity. She adopted some of the great ways to spread her voice and found great channels to get in touch with other bloggers.

Let's start this interview and know more about her.

1. Welcome on Blogging Cage.

Thank you Kulwant for having me over. It’s a pleasure to be on your blog. 🙂

2. Please share about yourself and your story to enter in blogging.

Well, I’m a professional freelance writer and a part-time blogger too, besides being a mother and a wife too. However, before I entered into the blogging or writing world, I was an administrator, teacher, and counselor in a school. Thus, perhaps unknowingly paving the way to become a blogger who guides people in their life.

I always say that I didn’t choose blogging – it’s blogging that chose me! Even when I started blogging, I was simply doing it for the sheer joy of blogging, and not with the intention of becoming a professional blogger.  This means posting as and when you like and thoroughly enjoyed doing it and gradually built relationships with fellow bloggers, who are now good friends.

It all just happened on Christmas Eve about 3 years back when my husband told me to share my knowledge and build a portfolio of my articles as well in the form of a blog that could also serve the purpose of helping others.

The multi-purpose idea struck me deep in my heart and that’s how Aha!NOW was created, and with time I developed a strong passion for blogging. Initially, I was only posting posts once a week on my blog, that too related to my liking. But once I learned about the ways of blogging by visiting other fellow bloggers, I became more serious and started blogging in the real sense.

Not to mention, unlike other bloggers, I had no mentor, nor any friend in the Blogosphere to guide me from the right or wrong, so I was all on my own right from the start. Every little thing is something I have personally tried and tested, or perhaps it all happened because being a writer, you write, you don’t blog, nor do you have blogging friends, unless you have a blog.

3. How the idea to start a motivational/inspirational blog came in your mind and how you converted it into reality?

Interesting question! There was no initial plan to start an inspirational or motivational blog at all. I’ve mentioned the reasons why my blog came into existence in the previous answer. In fact, my main intention to start the blog was to share things about life and my experiences, and people found that inspirational and motivating.

The positive and strong feedback from my blog readers and friends made me transform the blog from a family niche to a bigger and encompassing personal development niche.

With time, I started adding more categories and topics to it as people started responding to what I shared. Now, I have niches like relationship, love, health, self-improvement, and blogging too in it. Of course, I cannot do that unless I don’t have knowledge and experience about it, so I write on things I know and believe in.

Honestly, the things that helped me to convert my ideas to reality are planning, management, and hard work. Not to forget – self-belief, and above all the love, support, and positive feedback from my blog readers that acted as an incentive and motivation to keep moving forward and make the ideas comes true.

4. When did you start doing freelance work and how it helped you?

I became a freelance writer a few years back. Once I knew I wanted to spend more time with my family working from home as my children were growing up, I thought of entering the freelancing world.

I started undertaking commercial writing assignments and creating quality content that my clients started liking, in the form of articles, web content, email blasts, letters, press releases, and many other online and offline requirements. You can read more about the writer part of me from my website http://www.freelancewriter.co/.

As a freelance writer, I was not only able to grow financially and professionally, but also evolved as a creative writer. It helped me take the initiative of creating my blog Aha!NOW, which has been one of the most wonderful things that happened in my life.

5. Finding work is the biggest task for any freelancer. Which platform you tried to find work and which is the best project you have done till now?

Finding consistent work is really tough for any freelancer. Even when you have work in hand, you need to think ahead of the coming days and look for work while working on the present project to make a living. As a freelance writer, I started with platforms like Odesk and Guru and later on got hooked to Craigslist.

Since many of my clients were happy with my work, they even spread a good word and referred me to other potential clients so I was lucky about finding work.

I’ve had the opportunity to undertake many good writing projects that it’s tough to decide the best among them. However, I definitely enjoyed a couple of projects that involved creating enormous content for a website right from scratch, which were very challenging and one that required to build a comprehensive guide for an American cosmopolitan city, which was very interesting as I literally felt so familiar with the city as if I were living there!

6. According to you what are the biggest challenges of blogging as well as freelancing.

I think the biggest challenges of blogging are to remain committed and consistent, as well as care for your readers – the three C’s! Besides, you need to build your audience by building relationships with them, the natural and real way, which happens when you can relate to what they say or help them through your posts.

Gaining subscribers isn’t the tough part. What matters is keeping those subscribers and turning them into good friends, isn’t it?

In freelancing, the biggest challenge is finding consistent work and keeping your clients satisfied, besides remaining punctual in your delivery by respecting deadlines. Yes, finding a job that pays well is also a challenge nowadays, but I wouldn’t say that is the only factor one should be concerned about.

Even if you get low paying jobs on a regular basis, it’s alright. Remember, the more you write the better you become, and with time, you can increase your rates based on that and end up being richer in terms of money and skill!

7. How much time do you spend on social media promotion and SEO of your blog?

A lot! I don’t know how many times I’ve been asked this question! In-fact I just wrote a detailed guest post for Jane of ProBlogging Success when she invited me to guest post for her blog. It was on blog promotion about what I do in social media promotion and how I do it all – it surely does take a lot of time.

Perhaps I’m not the only one who spends time on blog promotion, as it’s said that blogging consists more about promoting your post than writing it! It’s indeed a true fact – your post mean nothing if they don’t reach a wider audience, and for that you have to promote it to all the possible places and platforms.

Regarding SEO – honestly speaking, I’m very casual and follow the general principles that are suggested by experts, which don’t take much of my time. I don’t use any software or other SEO tools or tactics. I think I’m pretty satisfied with my SEO skills, as that help me drive about 35% of my blog traffic. 🙂

8. Guest blogging is the greatest online weapon. Have you used this weapon till now? And according to you what are the biggest benefits which we get after doing guest posts?

I’ve heard of this cliché, and I believe perhaps it is true. Yes, I used this weapon when I wrote my first guest post for Adrienne on Blog Commenting. I’m happy that it was pretty successful, as that it received 300 comments so far, so perhaps people liked it.

All bloggers already know the benefits of guest blogging as each one is doing it. However, what I observed after I wrote my guest post last year was that it got me a few backlinks for a few days, but more importantly, it helped me acquire many new readers for my own blog.

Also, it got me recognition for commenting so I guess guest blogs also help you develop yourself as an authority of your niche. I’ve my fingers crossed for my second guest post on Jane’s blog, and may be its positive results will give me a boost to do more of them!

9. You are a housewife. So how you do manage your professional and domestic life?

Yes, I’m a wife but I hardly relate myself to the term “housewife” if you mean it literally. I’m an equal partner in earning for my family and I’m lucky that my husband helps in my professional and domestic chores.

Having said that, it is true blogging is a very time-consuming job – so are the other things a mom has to manage at home, and to strike the right balance is the key I would say, which isn’t easy.

There are times when I have food cooking on one end, a post that needs to be written, social media to be taken care of, clients waiting for their projects, kids that need attention – beside other numerous household chores! But as they say, where there is a will, there is a way – and each one of us has to find our way to make things work, isn’t it?

Blogging at times becomes addictive and then it tends to disrupt your family life. So, learning the art of management is absolutely essential for every woman working from home, or for that matter, any working man from home too, isn’t it?

I think you can do very well when you plan things out for the day, create your routine you want to follow, and set schedule and time slots to the work in hand. Nothing goes wrong then, unless it’s an unforeseen emergency. Bloggers need to take care of their health and take out adequate time for their sleep, exercise, and family of course. Blogging might be your passion, but it shouldn’t start ruling your life, or it can unbalance you and your family in a large way too.

10. Which are your favorite blogs?

All the blogs I like to visit are my favorites I would say – there is no one or few specific favorite blogs. I’ve many blogging friends, and then there are those who visit my blog.

I surely visit their blogs, read, comment, and share their posts, so those visits are always essential for me.

Besides that, I’ve to visit many sites and blogs for my research work for my commercial articles, so all of this hardly leaves me time to generally surf more blogs online.

11. How much time do you spend for blogging daily?

Being a blogger, I think I should say nearly full-time because I am literally blogging all the time nowadays! I don’t just mean blogging by writing the blog post, which for me is the easiest part. Blogging majorly includes writing the post, editing it, setting it up and making it error free for rolling it up.

Thereafter follows the main work of promoting your post on the various social networks, bookmarking sites, forums, directories and various other places.

Ah…and not to mention the comments, which for me take ages to reply because people love leaving long comments, they do so at my blog at least, and I love receiving their comment and replying too, but it takes a long time.

Thereafter the return visits to those who visited your blog, because that’s exactly how relationships are build, isn’t it? So, where the time goes amidst all this, no one knows! Blogging takes ALL of my time I would say 🙂

12. Can blogging really change someone’s life?

Absolutely! I am a living example I would say. So are you, Kulwant. I think when I started my blog three years ago; I never imagined I would be where I am today. I had NO idea about professional blogging, commenting, interaction, social media, and had never heard of SEO or keywords and all those things. I could just write, and that is ALL I did!

Apart from that I learnt a lot of values in life and the importance of self-discipline and management that go a long way in defining your path and achieving success in life. I believe we all change on a daily basis no matter what we do, but blogging I must say acts as a catalyst to make you learn the importance of time, knowledge, and relationships sooner and in a better way.

Blogging has changed my life and helped me realize my hidden potential of helping people in more ways than one, which I get to know when they comment on my posts, or ask for help through their emails or questions on the social networks. It’s no wonder that my husband often says that you need to become a life coach now 🙂

13. In blogging journey many times we feel very frustrated and hopeless. What would you like to advice for such situation?

Yes, being humans, getting such thoughts is natural. But I would advise people to go slow, and take it easy. Do small bits daily, take baby steps, set achievable goals for yourself, and remain within limits. I know of some bloggers who run too fast when they start blogging, but they fail or give up within a few months because their expectation levels are very high. Rome wasn’t built in a day! Don’t try to jump leaps and bounds and tire yourself. You need to run a marathon, not a 100 meter race, isn’t it?

Frustration, hopelessness, and depression are like dark clouds and phases in life that passes by. You need to have patience, hope for the best, and keep making efforts – they do pay up in the end. Similarly, with blogging, you are going to come across ups and downs. Learn from your failures and down moments, and convert them into your strength. Your failures eventually become your stepping-stones to success. Take hold of yourself, have patience, keep faith, and keep moving! Don’t stop! Good things come to those who wait, isn’t it?

14 Success rate in blogging is very less these days. According to you what are the mistakes which newbie blogger are making?

What success means to a blogger differs from one blogger to another. You can measure success in terms of number of subscribers or followers, your blog rank, the traffic you get, or the money you make. But it all comes through only if your content is helpful to your readers and they like what you share. You need lots of people to share your post, which gets you the required traffic and that’s how you become successful in the Blogosphere perhaps. All of this happens when you are present (everywhere) and also promote your posts.

We all make mistakes, and I have made mine too that I mentioned in a post called don’t make these blogging mistakes, so I won’t repeat them all again. But briefly, I think most bloggers tend to be in a rush to achieve success or make money online, and they try all wrong ways to do so only to realize later when they are penalized by Google. I think you should foremost concentrate on writing great content, write for the people, write to help others, write to connect with others, and give back to the people by being there if anyone wants your help.

Another major mistake I see many bloggers make is that they don’t believe in building relationships with fellow bloggers, or they don’t like sharing each other’s posts. I wonder why? I think sharing shows that you care and appreciate the work. With our blogosphere being such a compact place for bloggers, isn’t it good that we can all share each other’s posts?

15. Blogging have different definition for different person. What is it for you?

Blogging for me is to share my knowledge and experiences with the people in a way to help them in their life. I go all out to do my best by giving my readers the best information I find online, and sharing it with them if need be.

16. I personally love your writing style. What are the things which make you unique and how did you develop them?

Thank you for saying that Kulwant! I have no specific writing style, but yes, perhaps each one of us has a different one. I think what makes me unique in this regard is that I write as I would have spoken had a person been in-front of me, so there is never any shortage of words, or nothing to hold me back. Words count never matter to me, shall I say – or else this interview wouldn’t have crossed the 3000+ mark already! Oh my goodness…there I go and make history once again, is it? With such a long interview! That’s MY unique style 😉

But I’d say that practice makes a person perfect. And, it’s good to read as many books or content whether online or offline to consciously or subconsciously develop a way to express yourself, and find your own voice in the process.

17. If you were to start all over, what mistakes would you like to avoid?

Just head over to the above link on don’t make these blogging mistakes and you’d all know what I would have avoided! I think I would be spending a lot less time on the social networks, but that would also mean perhaps making few friend’s, but I might be able to blog more often than. So, it’s a choice you have to make, isn’t it?

On second thoughts, I don’t think I would call them all mistakes. They are all learning experiences for me and each one has made me a better blogger, so by committing those mistakes I have progressed in a way.

18. How are you going to contribute in blogging community in coming years?

By being available and more helpful to people when need be. I wish I had more hours in the day and perhaps another pair of hands to help people. I wish to create resources for bloggers so they can improve themselves and their skills. Also, I started the “Share Your Problems” section on my blog where people share their problems or ask questions that concern their life, in some way or the other, and hopefully, my blog community and I can provide the answers and solutions.

19. Message for my readers.

Just be you, and be a good blogger. I don’t mean good in blogging, but being a kind, generous, humble, and a giving blogger. We all can make money from blogging, but how many of us can give back or help others is what matters most.

Remain committed, consistent, and care for your readers. Share the knowledge and spread the light. All the rest as I mentioned in #13…(keeping the word count in mind!!)

Thanks Kulwant for having me over, and I hope your readers learnt something from the little things I shared here today 🙂

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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35 thoughts on “BCIS 34: An Interview with Harleena Singh from Aha-Now.com”

  1. Hi Kulwant,

    Thank you so much for putting up my interview here – it’s indeed a pleasure to be on the other side of your wonderful blog and I hope all that I’ve shared is of help to people 🙂

    Let me comment short for a change and give the chance to others here. I’d be right here to take up any comments that come by.

    Thanks once again for this wonderful opportunity. 🙂

    • I am very happy to have you on my blog, Harleena mam. This is one of the longest and informative interview on my blog.

      So thanks again for coming on the board.

  2. This was one of the best Interview of BCIS series!
    so much of knowledge shared and Aha-Now is one of the blog which is always in top of the reading lists just because of it’s writing style (you mentioned about it) and the uniqueness.
    all the articles are perfectly crafted with and no crappy re-written things 🙂
    best of luck to you.
    P.S. after seeing many of the well known bloggers are into the freelancing I’ve also decided to enter into it by the end of year. 🙂
    and yeah thanks Kulwant bhai.

    • Hi Varun,

      Nice to meet you here at Kulwant’s blog, and thank you so much for your kind words 🙂

      I am glad you enjoy the posts and yes, I think I do take care to write posts that always help people in some way, at least I try, and so do my guest authors. After all, blogging should always be for others more than yourself, isn’t it?

      Ah…welcome to the freelancing world, and I hope you have a nice time here. Nothing comes easy as they say, but nothing’s all that tough either that you can’t achieve it – just keep the faith 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your views. We appreciate it 🙂

  3. Phew!

    That was a long powerful interview there Kulwant and thanks for bringing Harleena on board. I have learned a few more things about her and her blogging and writing business.

    35% of your traffic coming from SEO is great harleena. A lot of people waste their fingers on some so-called SEO tricks yet they don’t get 10 % of their traffic from it 😉

    Congratulations and happy weekend to you both

    • Hi Enstine,

      Lol….so sorry for the length dear friend, but you know me, don’t you? 😉

      It was indeed kind of Kulwant to ask such awesome questions and I remain grateful to him for putting up my interview here as well.

      Ah…nice to know that you could ‘learn’ something from me too – gives me immense pleasure. Yes, I’ve started getting a fair amount of traffic from SEO even though I hardly use much of SEO, nor any software or tools. Perhaps the latest Google updates have helped me there that don’t want too much of SEO and concentrate more on the variations and the content.

      Thanks once again for taking out the time to stop by here. Happy new week as well 🙂

  4. WOW I never read such a deep interview. And yes I enjoy reading the answers of the commenting superstar. Go to nearly every blog on the web and you will find Herleena’s comment on it.
    Lot to learn from this nice interview and thanks kulwant sir

    • Hi Uday,

      Good to meet you at Kulwant’s blog, and thank you for your kind words of appreciation. 🙂

      I think Kulwant asked such questions that made me give such answers, so the credit goes entirely to him I should say. Lol…yes, I do visit a lot of blog, but I wish I had more hands and more hours in the day to visit a lot more that I just have to leave out due to time restraints.

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your views – we appreciate it 🙂

  5. Thankyou for your article, this is great interview about blogging. And I’m happy to read this interview. I hope someday i can give something for my blog reader thankyou 🙂 Thiss great!

    • Hi Arjuna – nice to meet you here at Kulwant’s blog 🙂

      Glad you liked the interview and could relate to it. Yes, with hard work and determination, you can surely achieve a great deal.

      Wishing you the best with your blogging journey as well.

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your views 🙂

  6. This one was one of the best and longest interview in bloggingcage interview series. I already know that Harleena singh is a comment superstar. She is always ready to help new blogger and one of the most famous female blogger of India. Thanks a lot@Kulwant, Harleena for sharing your view with us.

    • Hi Vikas,

      Good to see you here, and thank you for your kind words of appreciation 🙂

      Sorry for the long interview. I guess the wonderful questions that Kulwant asked had to be answered in the best possible way, isn’t it?

      Yes, I love to help people to the best of my abilities and perhaps that’s why I recently started the ‘Share your problems’ category at the blog so that all those who have problems can have an open platform to share their issues and receive answers from me and many others as well.

      Thanks for stopping by – I appreciate it a great deal 🙂

  7. It’s exhausting to seek out knowledgeable individuals on this matter, however you sound like you realize what you’re talking about! Thanks.

    • Hi Maninder,

      Thanks for your kind words, though all this knowledge comes after years of being online and making the efforts. Yet, there’s a lot more to be done, so learning should never end, isn’t it?

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts 🙂

  8. Hello Ma’am This is Raees.
    It was an awesome interview I ever seen. I have only one question.
    How to get more comments like in your blog?

    • Hi Raees,

      Good to see you here 🙂

      Glad you liked the interview. To answer your question – visit more blogs and comment on other people’s post, and share them too. Just go ahead and comment 🙂

      You will notice that most of them visit your blog and do likewise too. It’s always give and take, and that works well, unless of course you reach a point where people just share your stuff, and building that kind of rank and authority takes time. Hope this helps 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by and asking a thoughtful question. Have a nice day 🙂

  9. Really Long interview,Read the half part last night and the remaining one today,These SEO,Social Media promotion and all these,I really find these things difficult,if someone is starting she will spend her whole day in this and even after that she can’t be sure that he will be successful in the end,I find that a Job is much better as compare to blogging at least you are sure about your career….

    • Hi Ritu,

      Good to meet you at Kulwant’s blog 🙂

      Lol…sorry for the looooong interview, but I couldn’t cut short till I said it all, isn’t it? I can understand what you mean, and there was a time when all of this was Greek and Latin to me too, especially as I was NOT a blogger, so entering the Blogosphere and learning ALL this took me time.

      But as they say, when there is a will there is a way, and if you want, you can easily learn these things. Take it slow, Rome wasn’t built in a day, and visit authority blogs to learn the ways, and you’d do well, don’t worry – everyone has a start 🙂

      I was in a full time job too, but when I saw that my kids and family needed my attention I started blogging part time, and only when I saw that it could pay me more than my job, did I give it up. I talk of writing, not blogging – I still have to start making real money from blogging. I’m still a learner there, but a willing one 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and when and if you decide to take up blogging, take it up part-time and be sure before you leave your full time job 🙂

  10. Superb Interview Kulwant,

    Harleena is a great blogger I read her blog for when I need inspiration, she is a good and passionate blogger and best comment contributor to other blog. I found her blog first on bloggingtips.com. She is great and awesome blogger.

    Thank you for Harleena’s interview on this blog ……………….. 🙂

    • Hi Nikhil,

      Nice to see you here, and thanks for your kind words of appreciation 🙂

      I am SO glad you visit my blog and my inspirational posts help you in some ways, that truly gives me immense pleasure. Yes, I love visiting other blogs as that helps in building relationships with fellow bloggers, and you also learn so much from the content others share, isn’t it?

      Thanks for stopping by, we appreciate it a great deal 🙂

  11. Hi Kulwant bro
    Thanks for sharing this amazing interview with Harleena ji. Well first of all, I would like to say that I am one of those people who says that Harleena ji is a commenting superstar. Her Valuable and thoughtful comments always shocked me and then I think that how Harleena ji leave these types of giant comments. This is what called quality in her. Feeling great after reading the interview of Commenting Superstar. Happy Blogging to all 😀

    • Hi Chetan,

      Nice to see you here, and thank you for your kind words 🙂

      Ah…I think my comments stand out more than my posts or what I write! Well, writing long comments is not a problem at all, just follow your heart and write what you feel like or write as if so you would have talked to the person in-front of you, and the words will flow. That’s just what I do, and my words never stop, unless I stop them….lol.

      Thanks once again for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. Have a nice week ahead 🙂

  12. I really love the way you write, Had something that can make me smile, Even-though your articles are so long, I wasn’t feel bored when I reading your interviews. Thanks and God Bless..

    • Hi Adrian,

      Good to meet you at Kulwant’s place, and thanks so much for your kind words 🙂

      Yes, I think all of us have our unique way of writing, and anything that connects with the reader and works, is absolutely alright, isn’t it?

      Sorry for the long posts and the length of the interview as well. That’s something I just cannot help, though I’d surely try to work on shorter posts this year in addition to the long ones 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by. Have a nice day as well 🙂

  13. Thanks for sharing this amazing interview. I think that it is very inspirational and informative. Keep it up and keep Blogging.

  14. Hi Kulwant and Harleena,

    Sorry I’m so late in getting by here but I loved the interview.

    I did learn a few new things about you Harleena which I didn’t know already which is why I enjoy reading interviews. Especially if they share some questions that aren’t normally asked.

    I love that your husband helps with everything as well because I know that can sometimes really be hard to get it all done. I honestly think you’re a clone though but maybe it’s him! LOL!!!

    I was so honored to have Harleena as a guest blogger last year and she’s got the most popular guest post so far but who doesn’t want to learn how she’s able to leave so many magnificent comments! What she shared I believe could be a guide in itself.

    I so admire all that you do seriously though and am so happy you took your husband’s advice and started blogging. I’m honored to know you and thrilled that you’ve taught me so much as well. That’s what I love about blogging.

    Thank you again for all you do Harleena and I hope you both are having an amazing week.


    • Sorry for replying too late.

      I am happy to see you around, Adrienne.

      No doubt, Harleena is doing spectacular job with her writing skills and the number of connections which she is making because of her out of the box commenting skills. Even I was happy to read that her husband is helping her in this online field and she is doing it in a great way.

      Thanks for being here and sharing your feelings about Harleena. 🙂

    • Hi Adrienne,

      Sorry for the late reply – it’s just by chance I thought of checking this link and found 1-2 pending comments, and am glad to see you here too 🙂

      I agree with you there, and I think Kulwant did a wonderful job of asking the apt questions, a few that I hadn’t still answered earlier. Oh yes…my husband helps me, though only in the technical part like the codes or plugin, or contacting customer care etc. Lol…not clones, but side of the same coin because without his help in all such problems, I wonder whom I’d have turned to.

      It was indeed a pleasure to be your guest, and I loved the interaction on your blog as well, Adrienne. Yes, those many comments, though they included your comments too, but I think it was lots of fun. Ah…the art of commenting comes down somewhere from you dear friend and a little of what I’ve gone through when I comment.

      It was a combined decision to start blogging and he did the setting up of the blog too, though he always makes me sit to see what kind of changes or colors etc. I want – so those aspects we always work together – two heads are better than one (in some cases only though!). I should say those words – it’s been a pleasure knowing you and I keep learning SO many things when I visit your blog as well. Yes, that’s what makes the blogosphere such a lovely place to be in because we meet so many people, connect with them through our comments, and that’s exactly how relationships are built, isn’t it?

      Thanks so much for taking out the time to stop by here today – I appreciate it a great deal 🙂

      @Kulwant – thanks so much for your kind words, and I’m sorry for the late reply as I don’t get any kind of notification when a new comment comes, though I’m glad am here now. Yes, most of my connections are thanks to my comments and building those relationships I’d say – that’s how we connected too and it’s a pleasure knowing and learning from you 🙂

  15. I have great respect for Harleena Singh mam and i admire her as my virtual mentor. I have learned alot from her blog posts, her comments and her sharings that she made on facebook etc.

    She is an amazing lady and I am happy to see her detailed interview here on Kalwant’s blog and i also learned many new thing about her that incresed her respect more in my heart.

    Dear sis may Almight always keep you happy and going on 🙂

    • Hi Adnan – good to see you here 🙂

      Sorry for the late reply, and thank you so much for your kind words. I think we all learn a lot from each other, especially when we visit each others blogs – each visit teaches us something new, isn’t it?

      Yes, I love to share other people’s posts, and why not – after all that’s the least we can do for each other as bloggers. I am glad you liked this interview, and I have Kulwant to thank for that entirely. I just answered the questions he asked.

      Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a nice week ahead 🙂

  16. Hello Harleena Ma’am …

    I am a big fan of your Writing. I enjoyed reading this interview a lot. Re-Read it twice
    I am not a regular visitor of your blog but when I do visit your blog I make sure I leave a comment on the blog posts I read and I always get a wonderful reply from you. That is what makes your blog different from others blogs ..

    • Hi Mukul,

      Good to see you here, and thanks so much for your kind words of appreciation. 🙂

      I’m glad you like my posts and if I can help others through my writing, the purpose of my blogging is served I’d say.

      Yes indeed, I enjoy commenting and don’t usually stop myself or limit myself to a few words. Commenting for me is like a conversation I would have had, had the other person been in-front of me. And because we are all bloggers online, commenting is the only way we can actually connect with each other, isn’t it?

      Thanks for stopping by. We appreciate it 🙂

  17. Hi Harleena Singh Madam,

    How are you? Firstly I would like to say to you a wonderful thanks from heart regarding this awesome interview. This is very inspirational interview for all bloggers. Dear mam I want to also become like you and like Kulwant Nagi.

    I last again thanks for heart to see you here.

    Thanks Harleena Singh Madam…………………..

    • Hi Monu. Happy to see you on my blog.. and more importantly your love for both of us.

      No doubt she is a spectacular blogger and always helps everyone. Keep putting your efforts and become even better than both of us. 🙂

      Best wishes.

    • Hi Monu,

      Good to meet you at Kulwant’s blog, and sorry for the late reply, though good I could catch up with your comment 🙂

      Glad you liked the interview, which all thanks to Kulwant came up so well, and I hope you could take back something from it too. Nothing can stop you from becoming a better blogger, and I don’t think both of us have yet reached where we want to, though the journey is what matters most – it should be an enjoyable one and with a purpose to help others. So, stay focused and consistent to follow your dreams and you’d surely achieve success. Wishing you the best 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, we appreciate it a great deal 🙂

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