A brief history of our agency
We’ve built our whole business model and service line to make dealing with us as simple as possible for small businesses that are just getting started. Take your business to the next level by using our services to draw in more customers online.
We have decided to stick with one-of-a-kind designs for our websites. Ultimately, our purpose is to position your company as a dominant player in your industry and outperform all of your rivals.
About Adithya Shetty
This used to be my personal blog that was updated rarely, so one day I decided to make it more useful by turning it into a digital agency. I am a full-time Blogger from Halady, India. I started this blog to write on Minimalism, Personal development, Business, etc. I came across blogging in early 2011, where I started a cricket blog on Google’s free platform just out of passion, but over the years I learned a lot and later moved to WordPress.
In early 2013, I started a blog called SportsAndCricket.com which failed to take off. But soon after I started The Blog Metrics (Formerly Passive Blog Tips) which pretty much changed my life. I remember accurately that the speed of my internet was like 60-80kbps on a dongle in 2013; which was a big hassle.
Since I’m from India, earning in dollars helped me to become a full-time blogger, and it gave me the freedom that I always dreamed of. Being able to work from anywhere I want just with a laptop is a great luxury and I’m very grateful for it.
Other than blogging, I like sports, reading, and watching movies. I’m a vegetarian and prefer a minimalist lifestyle. Education-wise, I did mechanical engineering with a diploma and quite obviously I was least interested in it and I had to face a lot of resistance from relatives and society while building my business.
I was born in a fairly middle-class family in the 90s and I spent my first ten years of childhood in a city called Sirsi, Karnataka. We were living in a joint family and my grandfather was a doctor and others had local businesses including my Dad’s Ice Cream parlor.
In early 2000, we faced several financial crises and lots of internal clashes in our joint family forced my parents to sell our business and shift to this small rural village called Halady.
I was forced to continue my education from the local Kannada Medium downgrading from a convent English medium school.
In the village, my parents tried to start a couple of businesses that failed to take off. Ten years later, in 2010, my Dad passed away from blood cancer; This left us completely stranded until I figured a way to start my online ventures.
My Guest Posts and Contributions:
Shout Me Loud: https://www.shoutmeloud.com/author/adithyashettyh
No Passive Income: https://nopassiveincome.com/author/adithya-shetty/
Blog Engage: http://www.blogengage.com/blogger/author/adithyashettyt
All Blogging Tips: https://allbloggingtips.com/author/adithya/
The Inspiring Journal: https://www.theinspiringjournal.com/author/adithyashetty/