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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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Blogging Mindset Tip: Never Stop Doing What Works Because of Need or Greed

I love guest posting. Guest posting works well for me to expand my blogging business. Traffic? Check. Profits? Check. Guest posting 5 or more times daily vibes with me.

I keep guest posting. But imagine if I became needy, or greedy, and feared I wasn’t making enough money or driving enough traffic. My need or greed and accompanying fear would try with all its might to pull me away from what works – guest posting – to, something else. Continue reading

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Do You Treat Blogging Like a Passing Hobby or a Serious Business?

I spent about 3 hours blogging so far today. Time check? 12:35 PM. Fun day. Busy day.

I treat blogging like a business because you need to treat blogging like a business, an actual job, where you work 3 to 8 hours or more daily, to become a pro, full time blogger.

Perhaps you work a full time job; devote 3 hours daily to blogging. But if you do not work full time, spend 4 hours or more daily blogging. Preferably, 8 hours or more.

Why?

Blogging gives you what you give blogging. See blogging like a mirror; blogging reflects back to you what you give to blogging. Imagine this mirror effect reflecting back to you success or failure. Continue reading

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Pro Blogging Tip: Widen Your Definition of Spam

I broadcast live on Twitter a few moments ago.

Someone asked me if I did affiliate marketing. But the topic of the video was: “You always have the opportunity to help people.”

I spoke about seizing opportunities to help people for roughly 5 minutes before the Tweeter asked me an affiliate marketing question. I did not once talk about affiliate marketing. Plus the video topic was seizing opportunities to generously help people through content on a variety of platforms. Continue reading

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1 Important Blogging Distinction to Make

Some bloggers tell me they have blogged for 3 years. Claiming this experience, said bloggers consider themselves to be experienced bloggers.

But in some cases, said bloggers have only owned their domain and hosting for 3 years. How much blogging have they done during the 3 years? 100 hours. 200 hours. Maybe less than 100 hours.

How long you owned your domain and hosting has nothing to do with how many specific hours you spent blogging because blogging success finds bloggers who spend thousands of hours generously helping people. Continue reading

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Blogging Is a Skill with Many Moving Parts

I intend to write a guest post beneficial to Enstine and his audience.

I also want to connect with readers intrigued by blogging tips. I run a blogging tips blog. Gotta make this post appealing to folks who’d dig Blogging From Paradise.

Where did I find the topic for this blog post? I researched Quora. Aspiring bloggers simplify questions. Some crave huge traffic. Others want big results, fast. Blogging is a skill with many moving parts. Continue reading

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How to Become a Pro Blogger by Being Quite Imperfect

The Perfection Curse cripples most bloggers.

Thank goodness I never fell into this category.

I am all for looking professional, conveying a trusted brand image and being a blogger 100% committed to building a blog the right way. But I am very imperfect. Ok; I am quite imperfect. Much of what I do makes little sense to most bloggers.

I barely have an email list. My writing style makes purists cringe. I broke so many rules I may as well be blogging off the grid metaphorically, which is fitting because I do so sometimes, geographically. Continue reading