If you look for SCCM blogs, you will probably find a long list of blogs that share information about Configuration Manager and Intune. The question is: Which is the best SCCM blog you should follow? Hopefully, this post will provide an answer.
When you set up a blog, you start to publish content on specific topics with the goal of helping people. As your blog grows, and you realize that your content is helping millions of people, you feel happy. Through blogging, you can share your knowledge and learn from your readers while also being able to teach others. I appreciate each one of you who regularly visits my blog because I have learned a lot from you.
I recently found out that many people were searching Google for “Prajwal Desai SCCM,” which shows that this SCCM blog is helpful to many people. Although I originally intended to publish SCCM-related content on this blog, over time I have broadened it by adding additional categories like Windows Server, Intune, Azure, PowerShell, etc. I also own a mini blog, prajwal.org where I share my knowledge and help people.
Best SCCM Blogs to Follow by FeedSpot
Among all the ConfigMgr blogs out there, Feedspot has placed this blog (https://www.prajwaldesai.com) at the # 1 position among all SCCM blogs, and this is truly inspiring. To rank this blog at the top of all other SCCM blogs, a lot of time, consistency, and effort have been put into it. I am sure other SCCM blogs in the list are equally good and have good content too.
Apart from FeedSpot, Prajwal Desai Blog has been featured as best SCCM blogs on many other sites. If you Google or Bing, you will definitely find those sites.
Feedspot discovers, categorizes and ranks blogs, podcasts, and influencers in several niche categories. With millions of blogs on the web, finding influential, authority and trustworthy bloggers in a niche industry is a hard problem to address. Feedspot makes this task easier for you.
If you’re wondering how FeedSpot lists the best SCCM blogs, there are certain factors involved here.
- Relevancy: Feedspot checks the relevancy of the SCCM Blogs and determines if relevant information is shared on the blogs.
- Blog post frequency (freshness): The more new content you publish, the more it is appreciated by FeedSpot and Google. Typically, on prajwaldesai.com, I tend to publish one post per day (except weekends).
- Social media follower counts and engagements: FeedSpot checks if the website has presence on social platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn etc.
- Domain authority (DA): One of the important factor that FeedSpot uses to list best SCCM blogs is the domain authority. DA predicts how likely a website is to rank in search engine result pages (SERPs).
- Age of a blog: prajwaldesai.com was started way back in 2012 and is growing exponentially every year.
- Web Traffic and many other parameters.
What makes Prajwal Desai the best SCCM Blog?
Since I started this blog, my only goal has been to help others and share what I know so that you can use it in your job. I have performed numerous proofs of concept (PoCs), worked hard on documentation, and worked for numerous organizations. I’ve always felt that all of my knowledge should not be kept to myself but rather shared with everyone on the planet. The only way to do this was via a blog. That’s when I decided to start a blog and contribute my technical knowledge. And today, I’m overjoyed to learn that Prajwal Desai’s blog has been named the best SCCM blog.
The content of the Prajwal Desai blog, in my opinion, is another factor in its high ranking among SCCM blogs. I always prefer to publish content that is genuine and original. Although I occasionally use Microsoft-related phrases in my posts, the majority of the content is original. Whenever possible, I try to avoid using jargon and instead focus on making the content simple to understand.
Apart from this blog, I run a technical community forums for discussions on topics such as SCCM, Intune, Windows Server, and other Microsoft topics. You can sign up for forums if you haven’t already. The Prajwal Desai forums currently have over 11,000 registered users, over 5,000 questions, and over 20,000 messages.
Recently, I also started a Telegram group for SCCM and Intune, and it has attracted over 900 users to date and is still growing daily. Not only that, but you can also discuss subjects like Autopilot, WSUS, and pretty much all Microsoft-related topics. I hope to see you part of the SCCM Intune Telegram group soon.
If you have visited this blog and found it helpful, please let me know in the comments section. Please feel free to let me know if there is anything I can do to improve my writing, the content I publish on particular subjects, or any other aspect of my work. Once again, I would like to thank all of you for visiting my blog.