I want to be a blogger but I do not have a PC. What would your reaction be if you heard a reason like this?

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<p> Of course you would just stare at the person who said this, it just happened to me and that guy brought me out of my imaginary situation world where everything is not bad, he came from a small town in the Pakistani province Punjab, where PC is still a luxury, I'm not talking about the old days of the 90's. It happened to me this year </p>
<p> ] I am talking about the whole of Pakistan and not about a few big cities.We have very enthusiastically read a message about <a href= top bloggers from Pakistan . They come from a few big cities of Pakistan.How about the rest of this beautiful country?

That's why many bloggers on social media want to move to a big city to become a successful blogger, wherever they are, they can not be successful if these reasons are not addressed

I admit that d Most of these reasons are not under the control of bloggers, but at least we can stay together to create as much flexibility as possible for the blog industry.

Now let's look at these typical local reasons why most Pakistani bloggers fail or stop in the early stages of their struggle.

1. Power failure

The summer season runs from October to March to October. So in eight months we experience frequent power outages of 4 to 8 hours a day, both planned and unplanned. Unfortunately, it does not seem to end in the near future.

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<p> Anyone can not afford to buy a high-quality generator or backup system to get an uninterrupted power supply. So it's a big challenge for a blogger who performs as well in the summer season as his competitors in the rest of the world, so his lagging behind is obvious. </p>
<h2> 2. Internet is still a luxury </h2>
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<p> Internet is not a utility in Pakistan like electricity and gas A fast internet connection costs almost 20 to 30 dollars a month, it is a quantity that is sufficient to meet four days of food needs of a family of four. "So can a person can afford to pay 8 <sup> e </sup> a part of his food a fast internet connection? </p>
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Low-quality Internet is cheap, but a blogger has to work 18 hours instead of 12, just to keep pace with his competitors who have fast internet So it becomes a reason for failure because a newbie blogger gains less time.

3. High-quality IT products

Our local IT product market exists largely from used products, knowledge of hardware can easily work with such products, but those who do not have many techies can not manage them properly.

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<p> To buy a new product, they have to pay a higher price, for example the price of a new laptop is at least $ 350 It is an average income of a lower-class family, how a student from a small town can buy a new laptop to work fast and become a successful blogger. </p>
<h2> 4. No PayPal </h2>
<p> What would you feel if you can earn, but can not receive your earnings? This is the problem of bloggers from all those countries where PayPal is not open. </p>
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You are right that by following a few tricks you can get a PayPal account, but what is the use of a facility you do not know how long it will be with you.Partially confirmed PayPal account is a risky venture and hats off for those who still have such a facility.

So after they know they are can not receive their income, most bloggers lose their hearts and instead of playing an overly clever trick, prefer to quit.

5. No family support

Can a family of healthy members would like to know that their son or daughter has 50 per person? chance of success if he / she works around the clock as a blogger for a year.

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<p> They would of course advise you to learn web development instead and start earning $ 45 for each contract for designing a website with five pages </p>
<h2> 6. No local question </h2>
<p> How many Americans make a purchase decision after reading a blog post? We all know that it is about 70 percent. # 39; s doing this? <em> Shhhhhhhhhhh … </em> Never tell this secret to anyone else Otherwise the whole blog community would shift to our country Lolz. </p>
<h2> 7. Language barrier </h2>
<p> You can not accurately divide your dreams into a piece of content created in a non-native language, why? This is because you see your dreams in your native language. A translation of the highest quality robs the originality of the content to a certain extent. </p>
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So being a non-native English speaker is one of the biggest obstacles to achieving enormous success by creating attractive content worldwide

So many Pakistan bloggers fail to create readers' involvement as a native speaker could do English. If a king (content) is not of high quality, how his kingdom (blog) can grow.

8. barrier

What would be the reaction of a resident of Quetta (one of the provincial capitals of Pakistan) if you try to convince him that the best grilled food is Sajji (grilled chicken in desi style) or mutton) He would simply laugh at you because Sajji was the special dish of his city for centuries.

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<p> The same happens with those Pakistani bloggers who try to persuade foreign buyers how to make their Valentine unforgettable by buying their recommended products. following culture for centuries would not be impressed by a sermon about this by an unknown person. </p>
<h2> 9. No or a few drop-shippers </h2>
<p> You can sell everything on your blog to people in the neighborhood if you have a drop shipper This is the company or service that chooses a product from a manufacturer or seller and delivers it to your buyer and charges you. </p>
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There are a few drop-shippers in Pakistan such as TCS and they are also limited to a few products. So you can not sell products made in Pakistan to those who live in Pakistan, leaving bloggers to miss this opportunity to earn foreign products and try to keep selling to foreigners

10. Limited to IT sector

How many are pro-bloggers in Pakistan Almost all of them come from the IT sector or they have learned technical skills from IT during blogging, therefore blogging is only reserved for the IT sector

Do you know that someone without IT background has a top blog? Usually those who do not have an IT background stop blogging by assuming that it is only IT experts.

So these are the ten typical local reasons why Pakistan bloggers usually fail, or stop or just become another blogger

I'd like to hear your thoughts because I know that the audience of this blog is very lively.


Guest report submitted by Mi Muba, who is a good friend. He has been blogging for five years. You can go with him on
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