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Anand Srivastava

Anand Srivastava

Anand Srivastava is an entrepreneur, internet marketing expert and a technocrat. After completing his Master’s in Business Administration, Anand took over the internet as one of the leading business leaders— across the country. He started off with many joint ventures— including news creation, digital marketing models, technical setups and even e-commerce.

Anand’s technological prowess courtesy his educational background has inspired him to take blogging as a leisure. He is slowly entering the world of YouTube for educating enthusiasts about online marketing, SEM, SEO and even content marketing principles.

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The concepts and possibilities surrounding affiliate marketing always piqued my interest levels. However, it was Anand Srivastava who familiarized me with the most intricate aspects of affiliate marketing by teaching about the networks, possibilities, content creation, product choices, commissioning, and more.

Deepak Singh

I always wondered about starting my own blog but the underlining concepts and the necessary skills were never quite clear to me. While confused I approached Anand Srivastava who guided me thought out the process of blogging, blog setup, hosting, content strategy, keyword research with perfection. At present I am running a fully functional health blog and it’s all due to his expert training program.

Manoj Kumar

Being a part-time content creator, I always wanted to indulge myself in rewarding content marketing ventures. However, I wasn’t quite sure about the concepts and factors involved unless I came across Anand Srivastava. He was the one who made me understand the importance of targeted content, content optimization for mobile platforms, and how content marketing can be initiated across diverse platforms for generating better ROI.

Ram Rai

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Blog Traffic: Why most Blogs NEVER get much

If you're famous, like Mick Jagger or Robert Scoble or Madonna, write it and they will come. You can write about anything you want, and lots of people will read it. Unfortunately, you my friend are probably not famous, just like I'm not. If we write on whatever we...

CEO Blogs: 5 Reasons CEOs Shouldn’t Blog

There are plenty of reasons CEOs or other executives shouldn't blog, and many of them certainly shouldn't. I'll go as far as to say that many organizations do NOT need to blog. Sure, they could, and they might benefit from it, but please let's not have any of that...

CEO Blogs: 3 Reasons CEOs Should Blog

There are plenty of reasons for CEOs and other high level executives to blog. I'm skipping the "because communicating is good" and concentrating on the solid benefits in this list. Blogs add a personality and face to a company. This can mean more business, more...

7 Subject Lines to Grab Attention

First impressions are the most important when you are trying to appeal to an audience, especially if your audience is based in an email. Subject lines are deal breakers because it just takes a matter of seconds before the email recipient will make the decision to...

How to Use Twitter to Supplement Your Blog

OK, so the proliferation of social networks has gotten out of hand the last few years. You’ve probably asked yourself, “how many of these things do I really need to be on to promote my business?” On the other hand, Twitter, by virtue of its distinctive 140-character...

Vlogging 101: Is it Right for You?

These days, everyone seems to have a blog. From covering the trials and travails of earning an MBA, to documenting someone's journey opening their own business, it seems there are blogs about anything and everything out there. An effective marketing tool, blogging has...