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Pro Blogging Tips: Why It Literally Pays to Focus on Blogging Success



Pro blogging tips can be sneaky subtle sometimes.

Alexa Ducksworth reviewed one of my eBooks and published glowing feedback on Instagram yesterday.

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She is a respected book reviewer and at least one person vowed to buy the eBook. Since I have been speaking and blogging success quite a bit recently it makes perfect sense that, literally, it’s paying me more and more, the more I speak success.

Alonzo Pichardo says panic is manic. Focusing on failure just expands your blogging failure. Create content, let it do what it does, and know you will succeed. He is hyper successful because he blogs success. He gives his attention to success. He has posture.

M. Shannon Hernandez teaches folks to play matchmaker, hooking up people in your friend network based on their needs and skills. Talk about an abundance conscious move, eh? Maybe you cannot offer a certain skill set but you can refer a friend to a friend who has those skills. Success consciousness in action. No wonder why she is so successful.

Donna Merrill always seems to be talking success. She shares practical strategies to help you succeed online. Another hyper successful blogger proves; it pays to blog success.

Pro Blogging Tips

I can often be spotted inspiring bloggers who crave a little extra boost with my smiling selfies in places like Fiji, Bali, Costa Rica and New Zealand. I blog success. I know where your attention and energy goes, grows. I know as you blog success and give all your energy to success you:

  • make more money through your blog
  • drive more traffic
  • align with heart-centered, successful people
  • live your dreams
  • gain access to platforms through which you can help more folks

Literally, it pays to focus on blogging success. Sharing success tips designed to empower readers moves you up the energetic scale, from fear to love. Love is money and happy friends and loyal readers and paying clients and eBook sales and abundance consciousness and living your dreams. Love is generous service and detachment. Love is being given a platform for inspiring people.

Love is also seeing worldly success so you can doze offline. I mean sleep. I am not kidding. Seriously, no blogger wants to live in survival mode, slaving for 18 hours a day to endless struggle. I took my second nap today here in a sleepy Thai village. I took 2 naps yesterday. I had fun working aka playing with my blog, creating and connecting, but I also watched Billions today – recent episode – and ate a mean chicken with onions and peppers and took a few cold showers and napped and after writing this post, I will probably do a little yard work.

I also spent a chunk of the morning capturing the property here in Thailand, preserving via photos with my snazzy camera.

You want freedom to do what you want to do, when you want to do it. We all do.

Why am I living this dream life? I gave most of my attention and energy speaking success, blogging success and helping people succeed. Since where your attention and energy goes, grows, worldly success and freedom expanded in my life. People bought my stuff. People hired me. Money found me. Quite a simple success equation.

Steer Clear the Fear Crowd

Some bloggers give so much of their attention and energy to hitting pain points, to trying to overcome failure, to struggle, to straining, to striving, and to working from a hard work consciousness, a forced vibe, that they pull themselves down the energetic ladder toward fear. Fear is poverty, competition, tension, tiredness, sickness, struggle and failure, and eventually, you quit blogging if you vibe from fear for long enough.

Steer clear this fear crowd. They speak the exact opposite message of success and love, attracting a fear-crowd of struggling folks who are always in that fight, having financial problems, climbing down the energetic ladder, into fear and deeper failure.

What if You Have Little Worldly Success?

Every move toward greater success is a win like:

  • buying your domain and hosting
  • publishing your first post
  • writing your first blog comment
  • doing your first live broadcast

Stress these successes. Focus on sharing these wins.

Share your dreams with your readers. We want to see your vision. We want your ambition to unveil itself. We want inspiration. We want hope. We want motivation.

By sharing your wins and by sharing your dreams and by sharing practical tips you learned from successful bloggers in your niche, you give your energy to success and cut your blogging learning curve by years. You succeed more quickly because success begets success. Where your attention and energy goes, grows.

Pick Successful Titles

Pick successful titles most of the time. Examples like, “10 tips to become a successful blogger,” or “5 tips to successfully drive blog traffic.” Attract successful readers or success-seeking readers. Successful readers hook you up with more successful folks – birds of a feather flock together – and also have ample money to buy your stuff. Success-seeking readers eagerly spend money on your products and services. If successes and success seekers spend money freely on your stuff, it, once again, literally pays to focus on blogging success.

Inspirational Blogging Course

I chose the title “11 Fundamentals of Successful Blogging” for my blogging audio course because I focus on success. Successful people – or high energy success seekers – purchase it, listen to it, and feel unstoppable, impassioned and ready to take over their blogging niche. Buy it if you want an electric jolt of blogging inspiration.

Ryan Biddulph inspires you with his courses, 100 plus eBooks, audio books and blog at Blogging From Paradise.

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How Most People Think Blogging Is and How it REALLY Is



I love my gig. Right now, I blog from beautiful NYC. Quick 9 day trip to Manhattan. Can you imagine how fun and freeing this life is? Circling the globe, seeing places like Fiji, Bali and Thailand, experiencing these spots for years at a time? Amazing journey indeed. I feel appreciative of this fun, freeing life. I also know how most people think my life goes; write a few words, tap a publish button, make money, soar off to Fiji for 4 months. Most human beings cling to a terribly flawed aspect of their personality; ego. Ego sees free people and assumes, to preserve itself, how freedom must be an easy, comfortable journey for other people to take, because ego KNOWS freedom has not been an easy, comfortable objective, for ego.

Most human beings vibe from a dominant energy of fear so most human beings see illusions, appearances, NOT reality, a magic trick, something not REALLY happening. Most humans see me living in Thailand for months and see the illusion of me spending 2 hours to publish a post, seeing me making money, then, flying to Thailand. What fear-filled folks cannot see is the truth of this: me blogging for 5,000 hours – or more – through ups and downs, highs and lows, love and fear, peace and terror, and an even wider range of emotions….to live a life of blogging in Thailand for months at a time. The truth, the reality, of how blogging really is: blog for thousands of hours, make little or no money, then, after blogging for thousands of hours from a generous, calm, trusting, abundant vibe, feeling deep fears here and there along the way, the money flows in freely and you get to circle the globe whenever you want to circle the globe.

Take a look at this picture of me in Lyttelton, New Zealand:

Most people see an illusion: “Ryan is SO lucky! He gets to spend 2 months in New Zealand! I wish I had his life!”

The few human beings on earth who see the truth see this: “That guy lives an amazing life, being in New Zealand for 2 months, because he blogged for 10,000 hours, often times, when things did not appear to be coming together, outlook, appearing bleak.”

Truth seers are rare birds, folks. Why do you think I spend 3 or more hours daily meditating, doing yoga and exercising? I stabilize my vibe, uncover and purge illusory-producing fears and see the truth, more often than not. You need to see the truth to taste freeing, sweet blogging success. Can you taste my life? Imagine how it’d feel to live in NYC for a week? Imagine how it’d feel to live in Bali for 6 months? Fun, eh? Freeing, right? Of course you’d feel free, circling the globe, changing time zones like people change their minds. But to live this fun, freeing life, you have to live the truth of blogging for hundreds to thousands of generous, trusting hours, before you live the life, and, before you experience this level of fun and freedom. Most humans mean well but totally get caught up in the illusion, not seeing the truth because they fill their minds with fears, creating the insanity of luck and the delusion of envy, and the crazy, mentally ill, concept that you can live an amazingly fun, freeing life with a few hours, a few weeks or a few months of lazy blogging effort.

Do you want to step up to the blogging big time? Step away from most people. See the truth. This blogging gig takes serious effort and serious time. Most people live in delusion, in an illusion of fear. You know better. You know how blogging REALLY is. Sure blogging feels scary in moments but the ride feels largely fun and freeing when you follow your fun, generously help people and trust in yourself, and, trust in the blogging process. I know you’re up it!


I have this funny skill where I write entire eBooks based on silly analogies. Do you crave increased blogging success? I can help you with these colorful fruit bat analogies. Buy my eBook here:

10 Reasons Why Fijian Fruit Bats Would Be Absurdly Successful Bloggers

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Face Newbie Blogger Fears Early to Accelerate Your Success



Do you genuinely want to hit the ground running with your blog? Face newbie blogger fears early. Do not mess around. Do not play around. Never be anchored down by doubt. Face fears, feel fears and you will feel so good, and free, and ready to succeed through your new blog because fear cannot hold you back if you face it, feel it, release it and proceed.

Life as a solopreneur feels fun, freeing and highly challenging because you do not possess the resources of more established entrepreneurs or people working for a company. The #1 tool in your new blogger arsenal is a willingness to face, feel and release deep fears related to being a newbie. Do this; be golden. Fun, freedom and expansive success awaits you because your generosity, creativity and willingness to connect just accelerates your blogging success…yes…even as a new blogger. How cool, right? No new blogger needs to struggle, fail and quit before giving themselves a chance, because fear is the only thing standing between you and what you need to do, to succeed. For example, I routinely tell new bloggers to buy courses or eBooks for due diligence material. More importantly, I tell them NOT to rely solely on questions and answers through Quora for their due diligence campaign because free platforms pale in comparison to trusted, premium resources from the top bloggers, in terms of research materials.

What can you do to accelerate your new blogger success fast? Nudge into the fear of spending money on training resources, feel the fear, release the fear and buy the course and/or eBook. Doing this, you begin taking the course and/or reading the eBook, putting your new knowledge into action, succeeding more quickly. Meanwhile, most new bloggers who refuse to face their fears keep asking questions on Quora, relying on strangers, possibly skilled but usually unskilled bloggers to supply them with non-vetted answers for critical blogging research. How in the heck can you rely on this most crucial of information if you have no idea who offers the answers? Can you see why this method is totally unreliable, for getting your blogging research? A few skilled bloggers offer some keen insight but step out of the fear-vibe into the abundant, successful vibe by investing money in a top blogging education.

If you can either pay for a Harvard education or ask some stranger on the street for their free advice, what seems to be the more intelligent decision? Invest money in expert advice? Or save money to get advice from some stranger on the street who may or may not know what they are talking about? Can you see why so many new bloggers struggle, fearing to invest money in the best blogging advice, choosing to get free, unreliable blogging advice from the general blogging public?

Pay up to play up. Invest money in your blogging education to move higher in blogging circles. Be a fear-diver; keep nudging into fears to better understand how to succeed, feeling and releasing these confining, restricting forms of bondage. Face newbie blogger fears early and often to remove the shackles that hold you down. Doesn’t it feel better to dive into fears routinely so you can accelerate your blogging success, even as a newbie?

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How to Promote Yourself without Bragging and Repelling Readers



You do know promoting yourself freely constitutes one pillar of blogging success, right guys? Bloggers need to be clear, confident and relaxed enough with self to appeal to us. Who wants to follow someone with low self-esteem? We seek out bright lights, not bloggers slumming around in the blogging sewer, eh? But self-promoting is a fine art for the discerning blogger to master; go too far, bragging your butt off, and your arrogance repels readers. People despise someone who speaks about self all day long because these over-compensating buffoons, deep-down, fear they are not enough. Bad trait in a leader. I figured it’d be easiest to self promote by simply…..self promoting like the dickens.

Example; buy our new course. Yep, Sue-Ann and I plan to make you happy as a blogging pig in slop with our new course. Do you see how I got right to the point? No beating around the bush. I promoted me, and, Sue-Ann, clearly explaining why you need to buy our blogging course….by saying….buy it, and you will be a happy blogger. Promoting yourself through virtually all content you create is the easiest, simplest way to find the happy medium between being a shy guy or shy gal and being an arrogant, boastful, bragging clown. The real secret is to keep promoting self through all the self-conscious, anxious, money-related, appearance-related fears most of us cling to, before we become clear, confident self-promoters.

Put Attention on Your Readers

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How to NOT Waste Time Online

Let us rewind for a moment, shall we? Time to review how I promoted myself by putting attention on you, you rocking readers of Blogging Tips Dot Com. I promoted self because I promoted my eBook. I make money every time you buy the eBook. Cool. Feels good to me. But did you notice I asked if YOU felt disgusted, and if YOU wanted to drink up sweet blogging freedom, before I promoted ME? This is one secret to promoting your products and services without looking like a dingbat. I helped you by putting the attention on you, making my self-promotion about you and me. We both win. You access a freeing, fun, valued resources and I access an energy we call “money”. Fair exchange, methinks. I never come off as bragging, being boastful or outright being a cocky jerk because I make it about US. See how thinking about everybody, and bringing folks together, benefits everyone? Cultivate your sense of compassion guys; developing this skill helps you go far in blogging, and, in life.

Be Subtle in Sharing Your Accomplishments

Feel free to share your accomplishments if you feel doing so boosts your credibility. But never be a flat out braggart by speaking about yourself in boastful, self-centered, self-serving tones. Why? Doing so turns off folks because braggarts secretly do NOT believe in themselves, and need that facade of boastfulness to even dream of trying to succeed online. Every braggart is broken. Point blank. Even if you achieved immense worldly success and appear to be happy, the appearance is an illusion, as you do not believe in yourself, and people who do not believe in themselves cannot succeed in leading others. Be subtle in sharing your wins. Be delicate in sharing your feats. Humble yourself. Allow other folks to do the bragging so you promote yourself from a relaxed, chill, attractive energy.


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