Interview with Sai Ramesh, The author of Online Money Matra
Ravi: Tell me About Yourself?
Sai Ramesh: I’m Sai Ramesh, Digital Marketing Expert From Andhra Pradesh. I’ve been in this field for the past 13 years. My digital marketing journey began in the year 2007. The massive Recession in those days made me choose digital marketing as my career. Being a positive minded person, I have taken that hard phase of my life to work as a digital marketer. I started working with many Startups, Agencies and Top companies Promoting their products & services online. Gradually I started teaching digital marketing for students, entrepreneurs and marketing people. I have conducted workshops at corporate companies and small businesses on how to leverage digital marketing to grow their businesses. Till date, I have trained more than 10,000 Students in the field of digital marketing.
Ravi: What’s your favorite short story?
Ramesh: I enjoyed reading Panchatantra short stories
Ravi: The Best piece of writing advice?
Ramesh: Write for yourself, for your satisfaction. The readers will automatically love your
writing from the heart. Every author is different, with a unique style.
Ravi: Where do you write?
Ramesh: I generally ‘Write’ in my Experiences. Most of my writing is done when I travel or
when I become Night Owl. also a lot of content I write questions which I have got from my
Ravi: Where do you get your ideas?
Ramesh: From my surroundings as well as from the News I read Daily.
Ravi: Does writing energize or exhaust you?
Ramesh: Yeah, Writing gives me a sense of pleasure and a renewed spirit and confidence.
So yes, it definitely energizes me.
Ravi: How long on average does it take you to write a book?
Ramesh: The longest it took us about 3 months and the shortest is a couple of weeks. It is
Ravi: If you had to do something differently as a child or teenager to become a better writer
as an adult, what would you do?
Ramesh: I wish I had access to more books! also, I would have read more books and better
work on my grammar.
Ravi: What is your favorite childhood book?
Bhagavan Garu these two books showed the most impact on my life.
Ravi: What are your favorite literary journals?
Ramesh: I do not have one, in specific!
Ravi: What one thing would you give up to become a better writer?
Ramesh: procrastination, Overconfidence
Ravi: What was your hardest scene to write?
Ramesh: I mostly write an online learning kind of book, for me, the hardest part is giving the best example where people can compare it with their life- finding the best examples which give a feel to every reader like yes this is about me only.
Ravi: Do you Google yourself?
Ramesh: Yes as a Digital Marketer, it is more important to me so every day I do.
Ravi: How many hours a day do you write?
Ramesh: It is not a strict timeline that I follow while writing books.
Ravi: How long were you a part-time writer before you became a full-time one?
Ramesh: I am still a part-time writer only, a full-time teacher.
Ravi: What kind of research do you do, and how long do you spend researching before
beginning a book?
Ramesh: Research depends on the Topic of the book that I plan to write
Ravi: What’s the best way to market your books?
Ramesh: In this pandemic situation its Online modes will work wonders, also i have my own
Ravi: How many unpublished and half-finished books do you have?
Ramesh: I have 4 as of now in the 2020 mission.
Ravi: How did publishing your first book change your process of writing?
Ramesh: My first book taught me many things that I can do to add value to my upcoming
Ravi: If you could tell your younger writing self anything, what would it be?
Ramesh: Be more creative and focused.
Ravi: What other authors are you friends with, and how do they help you become a better
Ramesh: Among my circle, there are very few who write Sandra Sudheer, Sai Satish,
Gampa Aditya Bharath. However, my circle inspires me with thoughts, provide valuable
Ravi: Do you try more to be original or to deliver to readers what they want?
Ramesh: I write what I feel.
Ravi: What advice do you have for writers?
Ramesh: Be innovative,. Don’t be in a hurry to publish. Take your time, edit your work do
Ravi: What are the most important magazines for writers to subscribe to?
Ramesh: I would not suggest any, for me, I use matter to read all the latest technology
magazines as I wrote tech.
Ravi: Tell me about your recent book to our Ravi Reads Blog Readers?
Ramesh: “Online Money Mantra 100 ways to earn money online in 2020. which helps everyone in this pandemic, where I m giving meat methods to generate their first Rs100 through online.
Thanks to Ramesh for agreeing to this interview! If you know of an author who’d like to be featured in an interview (or you are an author who would like to be featured), feel free to email me at the address on my contact page.