Welcome to ScrollBucks.

I am Amit Kharbade, founder of ScrollBucks.

ScrollBucks is a WordPress blog for those who have a passion for blogging and who want to become professional bloggers. On this blog, you will read all my blogging experiences.

Story Behind ScrollBucks

I had graduated in 2012, I was searching for a job but didn’t get success. I was a jobless engineer for two years.

In 2013, I was searching for online money-making tips on the internet. I came across one blog, and I bookmarked it for future reading. From that day, when I need anything about blogging first, I used to open that blog and read it.

I read some articles about how to make money online on that blog. I read many articles, and my interest in blogging goes on increasing day by day. I decided to start my blog, and it happened. On 8 August 2014, I purchased the first domain name mytechnologyservice[dot]com from GoDaddy and started a blog on Blogger.

My blogging knowledge was increasing. I realized that my domain name length is long and also it has no meaning, so I decided to terminate the first domain name and purchased a new domain ‘ScrollBucks‘ from GoDaddy on 6th June 2015.

Now you will think that what does ScrollBucks mean?

I don’t know about the ScrollBucks meaning. I just purchased it because I saw the Scroll word on the keyboard and I wanted to earn money so I picked bucks word.

I was running ScrollBucks on Blogger for one year. During this time, I read all the blogging-related stuff along with WordPress and acquired more knowledge about it. I wanted to move my blog to WordPress, but because of the financial problem, it did not happen.

In 2015, I got a job in a multinational company as a Software developer, and slowly, my bank balance goes on increasing.

I decided to go for self-hosted WordPress and bought Dreamhost web hosting and Genesis framework as I heard lots of positive reviews about the Genesis framework on the internet. I moved my blog to WordPress on 27 September 2015 with the Genesis framework on Dreamhost hosting.

After using Dreamhost for a year, I used the Bluehost for two years. Now, I permanently migrated my blog to Vultr VPS.

You can read more about my journey here.

I hope you are here because you want to start a blog. If so, Best Luck with your blogging journey.