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Like a first date, you need something more, to talk about other than your work.
People connect with people.
My first blog gave me a platform to share my journey into design, to express more about myself With my second blog I want to share a different side of my previous blog – Why I created what I created?
The last time I got some sense of the year 2016, it was the 1st of January 2016.
I was so excited when my mom called, I started jumping up and down screaming “Ma, I got the job, I got the job”
Since I always wished to build my career in Media and Entertainment Industry, Mumbai seemed the right place for it. I never thought I would ever leave this city. But when Inbound Mantra offered me a job, I had to make a choice: Mumbai or Gurgaon ! I realized location is not the foremost criteria, but what matters the most is your interest in the given field, it’s learning, scope and growth. I never used to plan on anything, but one thing I really wanted was to get placed where the culture of autonomy was a norm. And with this thought, I flew down to Inbound Mantra, where my realization came true.
A few years ago, I embarked on a journey to become a DESIGNER. Born and brought up in a farming family from a small village named Rathiwas. I am trying to make my place in this universe.
Being a huge fan of superhero movies and animation they influenced me to enter the multimedia and design industry.
Here I am today living a dream at Inbound Mantra.
Last time when I was told to write a blog, it seemed like an uphill task.
But, for this post, it just took me minutes to write all of this (Ofcourse, the images took like a couple of days).
What made the difference?
Do you remember my last blog? – My Journey from Kandool to Inbound Mantra – that made the difference. The response was overwhelming and gave me a lot of encouragement.
It is one of the driving factors for this blog.
At Inbound Mantra, I have not only grown professionally but also personally. The same has been portrayed below.
I was a little reluctant to write this post.
But, given the all-pervasive season of the affable Elephant God (Ganesha), I could not stop myself.
As a boy, I grew up fascinated by Indian mythology. I continue to be. Rajaji’s books – Ramayana and Mahabharata – are usually around. I must have read the Epics countless times, both in Hindi and English. Lord Ganesha’s stories were no different.
I am sharing three stories from Ganesha’s life to highlight key inbound marketing behavior traits.
Harsh, a young entrepreneur, is in trouble.
Despite providing the best in class food delivery service, at affordable rates, his online food website is unable to generate enough traffic. Harsh is extremely distressed because of the poor performance of his website.
He spends money on SEO agencies, freelancers and google adwords, but only gets food for thought.
Accidentally, he chances upon SEO Baba who wilfully shares his wisdom for SEO Lead Generation.
Harsh follows the advice and wins.
Watch Harsh’s success story in this funny video