Ryan Biddulph

Ryan Biddulph inspires bloggers with his 100 plus eBooks, courses, audiobooks and blog at Blogging From Paradise.

2 Ways for New Bloggers to Hit the Ground Running

New bloggers have a fun, freeing, challenging journey in front of them. Doing two clear things smooths out the journey. Why make blogging harder when you can make blogging easier, eventually? Blogging is simple but blogging becomes highly uncomfortable sometimes. Such is life. Creating helpful content and building friendships with top bloggers seem to be …

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Achieve Balance Between Pleasing Google and Helping Readers

I read a question on a travel blogging tribe a few moments ago. One blogger asked a common question. She suffered a heavy drop in traffic after Google penalized her website. Being a bit lost, the blogger wants to figure out how to please Google for returning her former traffic stats. Understandably, fear wormed into …

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Do You Try to Impress Bloggers or Help Bloggers?

“Do not confuse understanding with a larger vocabulary, sacred writings are beneficial in stimulating desire for inward realization, if one stanza at a time is slowly assimilated. Continual intellectual study results in vanity and the false satisfaction of an undigested knowledge.” ~ Sri Yukteswar Giri Blogging is an inside-out game. How you feel dictates how …

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Blogging for Fun: The Foundation of Blogging Success

Blogging for fun seems like the right path if you want to become successful online. Why? Being fully invested in the process detaches you from blogging outcomes. While most bloggers panic, ditch proven strategies and fail because of their attachment to traffic and profits, you generously, patiently, persistently and calmly see the journey through. I …

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Advanced Blogging Tip: Stop Obsessing over the Wrong Blogging Metrics

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I came across a Twitter thread 5 minutes ago. Some well-meaning bloggers asked their followers if they want more followers. Bloggers bandied about their follower count goals. Even worse; people followed each other not based on enjoying blog content from their buddies but only because fellow bloggers followed them. Think this one through. Someone follows …

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