Hello, I'm Dilip.

Blogger. Marketer. Educator.

inspire. ignite. educate.

Hello, I’m Dilip Sharma!

From a very young age, I have wanted to be a businessman. I have been using computers since I was in class 5th (if I remember correctly), and I wanted to be like Bill Gates. I wanted to be the richest man in the world. That changed, however, as I grew older and tasted more things in life, but I still want to be an entrepreneur. A billionaire!


Life Mantra(s): inspireigniteeducate.

inspire: according to leaked NSSO report, the 2017–2018 “usual status” unemployment rate in India at 6.1%, a four-decade high. Many blame lack of opportunities and an increase in automation. I say it is lack of inspiration.

I want to inspire people to take “unusual path” in life. I want to inspire them to become financially free before age 25, by starting a business, doing freelancing or becoming a blogger.

ignite: only inspiring people will not help in my mission. I want to ignite the spark in people’s hearts to take action.

educate: once inspired and ignited, I educate them that how they can create and achieve their goals.


Being an Army brat I had to move cities to cities, state to state with my dad every three years because of his transfers. Thankfully, there was Army Public School to save me. I studied in Army Public School (Madhopur, Allahabad, and Meerut).

I’ve also studied at Sacred Heart High School and Saraswati Sishu Vidya Mandir, while I was in 1-3rd class.

Also, I never went to college. I believe in self-study.


I tasted my first success selling stickers in school when I was in class third. By that time I had a clear idea in my mind that I want to be a businessman but I didn’t know how to achieve that.

Fast forward in class 5th, I asked my father to get one computer for me. That was the time when I got proper access to the internet. I started looking at ways to make money without disturbing my studies. I was introduced to blogging.

My first blog was born.

My first online venture started as a tech blog when I was in class 8th. My friends joined me. Together we served 3000 visitors every day from all parts of the world.

We sold it and its assets for 75,000 INR, by that time I was in class 10th. After giving part of the profit to my friend, I still had around 50000, so I purchased my first laptop. I still use that laptop.

After that, I handled marketing for many startups, and did learned door-to-door sales as an intern.

Now, I educate others and run creative agency.


I want to help you engage better with your audience. To help you do this, I have created and continuously creating valuable articles, courses, and resources for you. To further help you with your business, I offer my consulting services to help you reach your audience and achieve your business goals.

You can also find me on LinkedIn and Instagram.


“Dilip Sharma is really a great marketer, I saw his skills from his campaigns for BlogBing and his presence on social media.”

“Dilip is the best Shopify Skill manager. If you are new to Shopify and need help in setup don’t think twice he is the right guy”

“Dilip knows how marketing works, I have been an old customer of BlogBing, and his support & online presence is excellent.”

“Awesome guy with really good attitude and networking abilities. He knows exactly what a startup expects starting from zero to success.”

” Dilip’s expertise stands out because he’s extremely knowledgeable in his field. He delivers practical advice that any business can implement.”

“Dilip is excellent at what he does! Really good at understanding the exact requirement and Build best growth strategy.”



Whether you’re launching a new idea, growing your business  or fostering connection in your community, I can always help you.

Things I can do for you – WordPress & Shopify design management, brand marketing and social media marketing.

Let’s build beautiful, meaningful things together.

I’m currently available for freelance work.

If you have a project that you want to get started, think you need my help with something or just fancy saying hey, then get in touch.

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