Today, I'll be interviewing the young web-designer who made his way out of the crowd and made his best to owning a successful web designing company called Amoolya .
Today, we'll be talking about a young web designer, Akshay Joshi, who made his way out of the crowd to become a successful entrepreneur and founded a digital marketing company called Amoolya Digital Solutions. He'll also be sharing his plans for what he finds himself after five years. I'll be asking him several other questions too that motivates different other people such as, myself and you. Afterall, Interviews are an excellent way to know about a person, their success stories, their achievement, etc.
Before we start with the questions, I'd like to tell you more about his digital marketing company, Amoolya Digital Solutions. Amoolya has to offer website/blog owners with different web services that matter the most when it comes to digital marketing such as, Search engine optimization, Web design services, Social media marketing, etc. If you would like a free consultancy class, you can head over to the website and click on the 'free consultation' call to action button.
Now that, you know better about this person - let's start the interview.
Well, I'm an Internet Entrepreneur who loves to help businesses succeed online.
I can adapt to new changes quickly and always eager to update myself as an Entrepreneur, SEO geek, and Web Designer.
For me, creativity is something that can make your life easier and save your precious time. As an example, I wanted to increase my Klout score which was less than 40 at the time, and I automated my tweets with IFTTT which helped me climb to 55. This saved me a ton of time and efforts.
In the next five years, I see myself having multiple successful businesses that help people solve specific problems.
No questions for you, as of now.
Blogging. When you do blogging, you have to do research on certain topics, and that's when you develop your knowledge. I even have joined multiple expensive courses which help me improve my knowledge. I would also suggest you read books and books to improve your experience as I did.
The final result. I always want to see my completed work, and that's what motivates me.
Of course, I can.
I hate to share my problems with anyone; I love to solve them myself.
Okay, this was a great interview. I am sure you (the reader) enjoyed it too. If you are inspired by any one of the answers - please comment below about what it is.