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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.


What Is the Pro Blogger Mantra?

“The more you give, the more you get.”

This is the amateur blogger mantra, too. Every blogger should live by this statement. Getting does not happen overnight. Getting happens over months and years. But being generous now increases your:

  • skills
  • exposure
  • credibility

Skilled bloggers with massive exposure gain credibility on a grand scale. Credible bloggers who appear to be all over simply drive traffic, increase profits and eventually go pro. Not today, after 1 day of being generous. Not tomorrow, after 2 days of being generous. Nope; generally, not 2000 hours from now, after 1 year of being generous. But you will go pro because after putting in years of generous effort, the “getting” aspect of blogging takes off in a big way. Good things take time and generous effort. Continue reading


Do You Bite the Blogging Hand that Feeds You?

I had an interesting exchange with a fellow blogger a few moments ago.

He asked to guest post on my blog. Never heard of him. Cold pitch. Never heard of his blog.

I politely informed him free guest posting closed on my blog years ago. I quoted my guest posting rate. He complained about being on a budget and could not afford the rate. He then bandied about the idea of a link exchange. Continue reading


Do You Want to See the Raw Power of Blogging Generosity in Action?

Read this post:

How I Built 53,900 Backlinks

Check the date I published that blog post: March 5, 2020. As of that date I built 53,960 backlinks to Blogging From Paradise. Cool.

But for the heck of it, I decided to check my backlinks again today on March 14, 2020. Peep the featured image for this post. Yep; the sheer power of raw blogging generosity wins again. I currently register 54,575 backlinks pointing to Blogging From Paradise. Gaining over 600 backlinks in a 9 day stretch is nothing to sneeze at. But the more folks you help for free, the more you succeed online. Makes perfect sense. Continue reading


4 Eye Popping Blogging Lessons from New York City

The Big Apple!

I am currently in Brooklyn, NYC for 1 more day. Back to New Jersey for a few weeks before my wife and I return to Brooklyn in April.

I love New York City. Picture almost 9 million human beings spread out among 5 separate boroughs. Brooklyn alone has 2.5 million people while Queens has 2.2 million people. 2 *boroughs* of NYC are 2 of the 5 most populous cities in ALL of the United States. Amazing. Continue reading


How I Published Over 100 Guest Posts on 4 Blogs

I am fibbing a little bit. Soon, I will have published over 100 guest posts on 5 blogs. This marks guest post #96 for me on Enstine’s fabulous blog. I feel honored to help you.

I explained a while back about how I published over 1000 guest posts on Blogging Tips. I also published over 100 guest posts on Blog With VK Netty Feed and Make Blogging. 4 blogs, over 100 guest posts. Make that 5 in under a month as I know I’ll publish more guesties here. How did I do it? Continue reading


Blogging Is Not a Salaried Gig (Common Obstacle to Blogging Success)

I experienced a common obstacle to blogging success for years.

Overcoming this obstacle did not prove to be easy. But when I let it go, things turned toward a successful blogging direction. Blogging became easier. Success grew. Everything expanded. What was the common obstacle?

I believed blogging was a salaried gig because I expected to be paid daily or weekly – at the very least – for work I put in to blogging. After not seeing Paypal payments or commission direct deposits on a daily or weekly basis, I panicked, flipped out, bailed on following a successful blogging strategy, and struggled horribly for years. Continue reading