Success story of Pollution Pollution dot com on its 4th anniversary

This blog has turned four and nearing to be half decade old blog in next year. I clearly remember it was May 2012 when I published my first post on what is pollution?

After that I never looked back and kept managing this blog that is my heart and soul. I got so many amazing friends while managing it and it’s a great achievement I got connected with wonderful green community from all over the world.

I am especially thankful to my so many amazing friends from India, USA and Philippines who regularly visit this blog and off and on share their feedback on it.

Four years ago I didn’t have any idea of this much success. I simply guessed at that time that I would have an online tool to share my thoughts on environment and its related issues.

2000 daily visitors

But it proved more than that and it has now ever rising readership that has already touched the benchmark of 2000 visitors daily. Its Google page rank is 2 that is considered quite reasonable for a four years old blog.

anniversary430 posts on environmental topics

I so far posted more than four hundred big and small posts on different environmental topics including go green, pollution control, green living, green technology, climate change, green awakening, green calendar and green debate. You can have a look on them by clicking any category showed in navigation bar or in sidebar.

An unforgettable article

The article which I would never forget is “Deadly Nexus Revealed: No Country For Clean Environment” that I didn’t wrote with my hands. I wrote it with my heart and it reflects my true feeling about what’s going on around the world with regard to environmental care.

I am nobody in environment sector of my country

I live in Karachi Pakistan but I am not very much popular here in the environment sector of Pakistan. Its main reason is not me but the fact is that there is no any formal environmental sector in Pakistan. The subject of environment is being taught in many educational institutions. But it is pity that those who opt it actually do so because they fail to get enrollment in any money-making subject. So they become environmentalist by default and not by choice after completing their studies.

They mostly join health, safety and environment sector and do their job like other professionals and nothing reflects from their services they have any sympathy on our ever degrading environment. That is why the environment sector in Pakistan is in its infancy and does not have any spirit of voluntarism to do environmental care not as a duty but as a passion.

Me and this blog on 4th anniversary

In previous four years I managed everything on this blog by my own. I manage all its departments like technical maintenance, promotion, content writing and search engine optimization. You can say this blog is me and me is this blog.

Thanks to all of you

But the story of success can never complete without you the awesome readers of my blog. Without you it could not have become this much success story. I am so thankful to all my wonderful readers for their consistent support and encouraging me to keep working for the cause of green awakening.

I would never quit

On the basis of my four years work for this blog I can say for very sure that I would never quit the cause of green awakening and would be doing it till my last breath. For a safer and better planet it is must that all people should fully know how to protect our environment and natural resources for a sustainable living.

I am sure in future too you would keep coming on this blog and keep sharing its posts on social media to widen the reach of its message to more and more people. Once again thank you so very much and a very happy 4th anniversary to this blog.

Love, respect and regards
Mi Muba
A green blogger by passion

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