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Author Archives: Ryan Biddulph
Someone once bought a penthouse for over $50 million USD down the block from here, where we are living in NYC for a few weeks.
OK; it was a long time ago. But it was still $50,000,000. Or something in that neighborhood.
My wife Kelli and I are house sitting for a cute little dog and cat on the Upper West Side of New York City, right by Central Park West. This is some of the most expensive real estate on earth.
Life is good. Life is sweet.
But it wasn’t always this way for me.
I had to face, embrace and release 3 tough blogging truths I did not want to hear many years ago to create this fun, freeing lifestyle. Continue reading
I am human.
If you cut me, I bleed.
But some folks don’t believe me.
A growing collection of people believe I am a blogging cyborg. An unstoppable, mechanical robot with 1 purpose in mind: to create and connect so I can help lift up the blogosphere.
Appearing to be a blogging robot has its perks; my brand awareness has never been greater. Profits flow to me with increasing ease. My list grows steadily. I have saved money by not having to buy food (cyborg humor). Continue reading
Most bloggers have a terrible visibility problem.
They have writing skills. They solve problems easily. Some spin entertaining yarns. Others offer practical, proven tips. But they are publishing posts in an empty blogging cave, echos carrying through the chamber each time they hit the “publish” button.
Nothing feels worse than having zero exposure.
I used to get like 3 visitors a day to my blog.
Now I drive a lot more traffic than that. Even better? I have been featured on some of the world’s most famous, respected blogs.
The last time I published this type of exposure post on Enstine’s blog I had been featured on rocking blogs like Forbes, Virgin, Fox News and Entrepreneur.
Since then I have been featured on John Chow Dot Com, Positively Positive, Life Hack Dot Org and Smart Blogger.
How? Continue reading
I recently published this guest post on the wildly popular Positively Positive blog.
This community includes 2 million Facebook fans, 80,000 email subscribers and a massive Twitter following too.
I learned 3 critical blogging lessons that will help you land guest posts on highly popular blogs with monstrously large, loyal, engaged readerships.
Check this out -> How to build a popular blog in 90 days!
If you are starving to grow your blog traffic, email list and blog profits follow these tips closely. Continue reading
Blogging is a relationships game.
Teamwork makes the dream work.
Platitudes out the ying yang. I know. Heard ’em all.
Platitudes are platitudes for a reason; each rings true.
8 years ago I wrote a cyber diary masquerading as a blog. Crickets greeted me each time I published a post. Things looked bleak. Things WERE bleaker. Lean days.
Fast forward to today. I am doing A-OK blogging-wise. Life-wise too.
I am writing these words from Thailand, having circled the globe for the past 6 years as a full time, professional blogger. Continue reading
I am writing these words from beautiful Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Many people think I am lucky.
I have circled the globe over the past 6 years as a pro blogger.
But I am not lucky. I learned a lesson from happy, loving, successful people: people who live their dreams learned how to effectively deal with setbacks.
If you are not living your blogging dream you simply quit after facing some setback.
On the blogging front, you will face setbacks. Either you stop, or go forward. It’s that simple. Continue reading