DailyJag's 100 day anniversary :-)

DailyJag completes its first 100 days :-)

DailyJag's 100 day anniversary :-)
DailyJag’s 100 day anniversary 🙂

I feel proud at announcing we completed 100 days of our journey, DailJag was officially published on 18th October 2011. We now have a team of around 10 writers, who have contributed articles on topics ranging from entertainment, music, politics, technology and much more. Today on 100th day anniversary we tell the real story how dailyjag was constructed.

The Story

Before DailyJag, I have had a bunch of sites and blogs (dailyjag.com, hackiteasy.blogspot.com, shankee.com). But they all were centered around a particular topic or theme.

We bloggers blog because we want to share our knowledge and thoughts with the world so the idea started and the inception of DailyJag. Soon I shared the idea with few of my friends and came to know there are many amazing writers who love to write but don’t get the proper place to. So the idea evolved more and DailyJag was made as a hub for writers to share their views.

Since the beginning the idea was to give writers the space to write on any topic or category they want to, that’s why you see so many categories and articles.

The Name

Well, a lot of thought was given for what should be the title of the blog. I was going for something that tells what’s the latest such as “netdaily” or “newsjag” but they were all booked.

Finally settled on “DailyJag”.

What does the name mean?

While browsing I came across this-

Meaning of “jag”: at dictionary.com

1. a period of unrestrained indulgence in an activity; spree;binge: a crying jag; a talking jag.

2. a state of intoxication from liquor.
So “just” to show our daily indulgence or spree “dailyjag”
The Ups & Downs

Well, DailyJag has gone through many ups and turns. It was published very enthusiastically but after some days of its publication it was hard for me alone to manage it and DailyJag was about to be left on its own.

But soon I was nudged by readers that why are there no updates on the blog and which encouraged me to work and devote time to the blog. Soon DailyJag had a full-fledged team of contributors and writers that wrote amazing articles.

The Future

DailyJag will be updated at least once every day with at least one article. And in future, this limit would be raised to give our more content to read.

We thank all our readers who have helped DailyJag to complete its first 100 days successfully.

Thanks a lot, we hope that you  DailyJag’s team effort make you content and happy.

Please do write to us or comment and let us know what you think about the site 🙂



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