Ryan Biddulph

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Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fox News, The Huffington Post and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon. He can help you retire to a life of island hopping through smart blogging at Blogging From Paradise.

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Did You Learn Networking from Unskilled Networkers?

I wrote an entire eBook on how to network the right way as a blogger.

See me holding the paperback version below?

Every day, my social media and email mirror back poor networking tactics being taught to new or struggling bloggers. Bloggers may teach how certain networking techniques *work* but in the long run, silly tactics damage your reputation and lead to long term failure.

I see 5-10 networking mistakes or more in my email inbox daily. Obviously, unskilled networkers are teaching new, impressionable bloggers or struggling, desperate bloggers the wrong way to network.

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Pay in Generosity or Money or Be a Struggling Blogging Stranger

I just checked my email.

One blogger told me to invoice him; I will place his guest post. We had no prior bond but he agreed to pay my fee. No hesitation. A serious blogger! He wrote a quality guest post. He freely released money. He gets featured on Blogging From Paradise.

He paid money to get featured on my blog.

I picked my generous blogging buddies as contributors for Blogging From Paradise. These skilled, heart-centered bloggers became my friends by helping me for years and asking for nothing.

These folks paid in generosity to get featured on my blog. Enstine is one such blogger: enjoy his guest post about making blogging blogging.

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5 Tips for Choosing Your Blog Domain Name

“Ryan, you got an awesome blog domain name!”

“Ryan, your blog domain name is too long.”

“Ryan, you were lucky to get that cool blog domain name.”

I have heard it all since buying bloggingfromparadise.com in 2014. I believe I got a gem. Most bloggers agree.

I had to choose a new domain name and move on from my old blog and blogging niche. Pondering my lifestyle and the direction of my blog I could not nab a better name. After a quick look up I gobbled that sucker up for like $15 USD. Great deal.

An Aussie travel blogger emailed me the following day. He tried buying the domain name not 1 day prior. I beat him to it.

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Are You In Blogging Survival Mode?

My most difficult blogging obstacle to overcome was leaving blogging survival mode to move into abundance mode.

I tried to use my blog to:

  • pay bills
  • put food on the table
  • put a roof over my head

I did not blog to thrive. I blogged to survive.

I vibed mainly from an energy of fear, lack and limitation. Life was difficult. I struggled financially. I struggled to gain traffic and profits.

Why?

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How Do You Deal with Blogging Rejection? (Answered!)

My latest post was published on Positively Positive today.

You can read it here:

How to Gracefully Handle Rejection

Many bloggers believe I am lucky, gifted or talented, the recipient of good fortune. But what if I told you my first blogging course – see the image below – registered 8,000 page views before someone bought it? 8,000 rejections.

What if I told you my first eBook – before I created Blogging From Paradise – sold 4 copies in 4 months? Talk about rejections. I promoted the eBook tirelessly.

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1 Surefire Way to Succeed with Blogging

Enstine recently published a fabulous guest post on my blog.

I suggest you read it here:

How I Build Backlinks to My Blog and Boost My SEO

Within the first few hundred words he did 2 things that promote *his* ever-expanding success: he suggested to buy my eBook and he suggested to buy my blogging course.

Wait a second; rewind. How does HE become more successful by referring business to me, another blogger? Enstine mastered the surefire way to succeed with blogging: shine the spotlight on other bloggers.

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