There is no hard and fast rule that a blog should only be in English.

In the present time, you can easily start a blog in whichever language you are good at.

In this article, I will inspire you to start a successful blog in the language which you best know.

Whether you decide to start a blog in English or your own language, both have their own share of pros and cons which I will discuss in the sections below.


Before starting a blog in your native language, you should research about the number of speakers of the language and whether they prefer reading blogs or not.

More number of readers

The more the number of readers, the better because you can attract more readers to your blog and can earn more revenue.

Examine other blogs-

First of all, you should analyze similar blogs in your language and should estimate the traffic they are receiving.

For this, you can utilize both free and paid tools but it is important to remember that these tools are not perfect and they display only estimates.

The free tools include Ubersuggest, SimilarWeb, etc. and the paid ones are Ahrefs, SEMrush, etc.

Also, you should examine the monetization methods of these websites.

The more monetization methods they are using, the better.

Also check whether Google AdSense supports your language or not.

At the time of writing this article, Google AdSense supports 47 languages.

Even if your language is not supported by Google AdSense, you should research about the other ad networks which support your language.

You can also display direct ads on your blog or sell your own courses or products through your blog.

Define the reach-

Define the reach of your blog

You should choose the language for your blog by defining the reach of your blog.

If you want your blog to be read all over the world or blog for your international business, then starting a blog in English would be good.

In this case, you should select a domain with .com domain name.

But if you want your blog to be read only in your country or region, then you can start a blog in your own language.

You can do this if you are planning to write about the events occurring in your country or starting a blog for your local business which is limited to your region only.

In this particular case, you can either choose a .com domain name or your country’s top-level domain.

For example, .in is the top-level domain of India, .es is for Spain, .de is for Germany, etc.

Also read- Tips To Come Up With A Good Blog Name

Let me explain with an example-

I would like to explain everything about blogging in a regional language by taking Hindi as an example.

In the following paragraphs, I will thoroughly explain everything about blogging in Hindi and also compare it with blogging in English.

Also, if your native language is not Hindi, you can relate most of the points with your language.

About Hindi-

Hindi is the fourth most-spoken language

Also read- Why Shouldn’t You Start A Telugu Blog?

All about blogging in Hindi-

I have noticed that many aspiring bloggers in India struggle between choosing whether to start a blog in English or Hindi.

In India, for the majority of the people, Hindi is their mother tongue and English is their second language.

In this post, I would like to resolve your dilemma.

If you are proficient in English, then without a second thought starting an English blog will be the best option.

But if you are not proficient in English but in Hindi, then you should consider starting a Hindi blog.

A very important step

Before starting your blog, you should decide the language for your blog.

This is a very important step and you should not be negligent here.

Choose the right language

If your English writing skills are not up to the mark and if you commit too many grammatical mistakes, then you should not start an English blog.

In this case, if you can write decently in Hindi, you should start a blog in Hindi.

If you consistently work on your Hindi blog, you can become a successful blogger.

In this article, I have included some successful Hindi blogs and I hope that this will motivate you to start blogging in Hindi.

Blog in the language you love writing-

If you love writing Hindi and can connect with your audience and despise writing English, then you should start a Hindi blog and vice versa.

In blogging, you have to work for an extended period of time to notice any significant results, so you should choose the language which you love, otherwise you might abandon blogging altogether.

Competitiveness and time required to achieve success-

Hindi blogging is less competitive

There are a lot less Hindi blogs compared to the number of English blogs.

So, when you start a blog in Hindi, you can achieve results quickly because of less competition.

With your Hindi blog, you will be competing with the bloggers from India but an English blog will be competing from bloggers all over the world.

Also, a Hindi blog can rank quickly and gain authority compared to an English blog.

The reason for this is that there are already a lot more authoritative websites in English but not Hindi.

But a successful blog in English would get more traffic than that of a Hindi blog because there are more people who read English than Hindi.

Hindi or Hinglish- Which should you prefer?

You should blog in Hindi, that is in Devanagari script rather than in Hinglish.

Hinglish is a linguistic blend of both Hindi and English.

The main reason for this is that Hindi is a more recognised language than Hinglish.

Google also prefers and promotes Hindi over Hinglish.

Also, Hinglish creates unnecessary confusion for both readers and search engines alike because it does not have strict rules for spelling and grammar unlike Hindi.

So, you should blog only in Hindi and not in Hinglish.

In your Hindi blog, you can sprinkle some English words for your convenience.

Also, you should perform keyword research for your Hindi blog and the best tool for this is

Start a YouTube channel-

Start a YouTube channel

A lot of Hindi speakers like watching YouTube videos.

So, you should also start a YouTube channel along with your blog.

Also read: Blogging vs YouTubing

How much can you earn?

Scope of earning with affiliate marketing-

Unfortunately, you cannot make significant income by affiliate marketing on a Hindi blog.

You can attempt affiliate marketing on an English blog and derive good results.

The reason for this is that an English blog would also be read in developed countries.

It is observed that generally people in the developed countries like United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, etc. are more willing to purchase affiliate products than their counterparts in developing countries like India, Bangladesh, etc.

Your Hindi blog will be majorly read by the people in developing countries like India, Nepal, Mauritius, Fiji, etc. so you cannot expect great conversion rates on affiliate products and programs.

So, if you want to carry out affiliate marketing, you should blog in English rather than in Hindi.

Google AdSense supports Hindi blogs-

Since December 14, 2014, Google AdSense started supporting Hindi blogs.

Also read-

15 Practical Tips To Get Google AdSense Approval

And since then, many new Hindi blogs have been created.

Even now, Google is very supportive of Hindi as it provides a Hindi version of Google AdSense and Google Webmasters.

Also, you can analyse Hindi keywords in Keyword Planner (Google Ads).

Scope of earning with an advertising network-

Normally, an English blog earns more revenue with an ad network like Google AdSense than a Hindi blog.

An English blog attracts readers from all over the world both from developed and developing countries.

Usually, higher Cost Per Click (CPC) ads will be displayed to the blog readers located in developed countries, so when they click on an ad displayed on your blog, you will get paid really well.

A Hindi blog attracts most of its readers from developing countries like India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, etc.

So, usually lower CPC ads will be displayed on a Hindi blog.

This is the main reason why a Hindi blog earns less than an English blog with advertising networks.

In the context of earning, CPC is more important than traffic because with a higher CPC you can earn well even with less traffic to your blog.

More the better-

Also, there are more advertising networks like, etc. for English blogs than for Hindi blogs.

Even with sponsored posts, you can make more money with an English blog compared to a Hindi one.

A blog in English earns more

So, to summarize, an English blog makes more money than a Hindi blog.

Some famous Hindi blogs-

I have listed some famous Hindi blogs below-

Apart from the above mentioned websites, there are a lot of Hindi websites getting good traffic.

As these websites are receiving huge traffic, they might also be making a decent income.

ShoutMeLoud, a popular English SEO website, also runs a Hindi blog by the name, ShoutMeHindi.

Also read the success stories of Hindi bloggers-

Three scenarios

  • If you know both English and your own language well, then you should start an English blog and can also think of starting a multi-language site if you have enough resources.
  • If you are good at English and not in your native language, then also you should blog in English.
  • And finally, if you possess good writing skills in your regional language but not in English, then obviously, you should blog in your regional language.

So, to conclude you should consider all the above mentioned factors and choose the best language for your blog.

I hope that this article helped you in this process.

Are you planning to start a blog in your regional language or do you already run a blog in a language other than English?

Please share your experiences in the comment section below.

I wish all the best for your endeavours!

Please appreciate my work by sharing this article.

Naveen Reddy

Hi, I am Naveen Reddy, the founder of Neat Blogging. I am a very passionate blogger and my motto is to simplify and redefine blogging and teach the right mindset required to become a successful blogger.


Muralikrish · July 20, 2020 at 12:26 PM

Very nice and useful.👌

    Naveen Reddy · July 20, 2020 at 12:35 PM

    Thank you very much Murali for your appreciation.

Sanjeev kumar · July 24, 2020 at 4:44 PM

Very nice post Naveen. I am good in English and hindi. I have a point here that you may like. It also helps to choose a vernacular language if the kind of content is local. It may infact spread very widely and very fast.

    Naveen Reddy · July 24, 2020 at 4:49 PM

    Yes, we should choose the language of the blog depending on our audience.

backbencharan · September 19, 2020 at 9:35 PM

Very useful post Naveen. Also what might be the future of bogging in telugu?

    Naveen Reddy · September 20, 2020 at 8:06 AM

    Thanks for your appreciation, Sai Charan.
    Please refer to this post to completely know about the future of blogging in Telugu.

N Devendra · October 10, 2020 at 6:25 PM

Very impressive post

shriya gupta · January 30, 2021 at 4:11 PM

This is the amazing post which I liked the most, Thanks for creating such good content!

Rahul Namasudra · May 2, 2021 at 2:54 AM

I want to start a blog in the Bengali Language that is the 7th most spoken language in the world. What should I do? Please suggest me.

    Naveen Reddy · May 2, 2021 at 1:29 PM

    Hi Rahul, thanks for asking this question.
    You can start a blog in the Bengali language if two criteria are met and they are-
    Many people should be willing to read blogs in Bengali.
    Yes, many people speak Bengali but you have to research how many people are interested to read blogs in Bengali language.

    And the second criteria is profitability of a Bengali blog.

    You have to research famous Bengali blogs and you can use free tools like Ubersuggest and SimilarWeb to find the traffic of these blogs.

    I have observed that these tools show a lesser number of monthly visitors than the actual number of blog visitors.
    For example, if a blog is getting 10,000 visitors per month, these tools might show only 3000-5000 visitors for that blog.

    And now let’s come to the profitability part.
    Google AdSense supports Bengali language, so this is good news for you.

    But to make good income with AdSense you should get good traffic.
    Which means you should get more than a lakh visitors per month.
    And for this, you should aim to write many high quality blog posts.
    So, only after a year and half to two years, you will be making good money with your blog.

    Contact Bengali bloggers-
    There are many tools to estimate the traffic of blogs but there is not even a single decent tool to estimate the earning potential of a blog.
    So, you have to contact some successful Bengali bloggers either through email or social media and enquire whether blogging in Bengali language is profitable or not.

    Many people will not be comfortable to reveal their exact income, so you should not ask for their income because if you ask for their earnings, they might not reply to you.

    So, you have to ask in the lines of “Hi, I appreciate your work. I am planning to start a blog in Bengali language but I am afraid whether blogging in Bengali is profitable or not.
    So, could you please tell me whether blogging in Bengali is profitable or not? I am eagerly waiting for your reply.”

rohit · May 24, 2021 at 9:13 PM

Thanks sir, the information given by you was very good. But I have a question,Hindi blogging has a future ? Please tell a little bit in detail

    Naveen Reddy · May 25, 2021 at 8:30 AM

    Hi Rohit, thanks for your kind words.
    Yes, blogging in Hindi has a good future as many Hindi bloggers like Chandan Prasad Sahoo, Pavan Agrawal, etc. are already making good money and are getting millions of visitors to their Hindi blogs.

Jiten Kisan · August 4, 2021 at 10:59 PM

Sir I am well in odia others then English and hindi.
Can I start blogging in regional language..
Is it help to earn money???
Please need your valuable suggestions

theyashoplanet · September 21, 2021 at 9:34 PM

Hello Naveen garu, I am from Hyderabad and planning to start a blog in Telugu language. Please suggest me about telugu blogging future & earnings??

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