Hello, Today I am very happy because I am starting an interview series on this blog and this series is starting with a famous blogger Ryan Biddulph.
If you want to do blogging with fun then you will love this interview with Ryan.
So, let’s start this awesome interview with an enthusiast blogger Ryan Biddulph who blogs at bloggingfromparadise.
1. Although you are famous, I would like you to tell me a little bit about yourself?
I am Ryan Biddulph, a 45 year old blogger who circles the globe and teaches you how to blog successfully.
2. How you first got involved in blogging?
3. What networking do you do that you feel helps your blogging business?
I promote bloggers on Facebook and Twitter and comment genuinely on blogs from my niche. Networking by helping bloggers and asking for nothing in return gains trust, lets friendships grow organically and expands blogging business.
I do not manage time because time does not need to be managed. Time is always 24 hours in a day, managing itself effortlessly. I choose to do fun, freeing and sometimes uncomfortable things to travel, to promote my eBooks and to help people become successful bloggers. Never manage time because time manages itself.
Ruthlessly observe your choices; stop making time-wasting choices, and begin making time-freeing choices for the 12-15 waking hours of your day.
5. What’s your daily routine?
I have no set routine because I change with change but I usually meditate for 20 minutes, do 20 minutes of Kriya yoga, do 80 minutes of yin yoga and exercise for 90 minutes via power walking. I spend the remainder of the day writing and publishing blog posts and guest posts in addition to networking by helping fellow bloggers with blog comments and social media shares.
Spend 10,000 hours generously creating content and helping the top bloggers on earth without asking for anything in return. Contributors from top sites will find you and pitch you interviews. Focus on the 5-10 years, 10,000 hour number, to appear on world famous sites.
Write 500-1000 words daily online or offline for years, every single day. Gain confidence. Gain clarity. Write skillfully.
I help people for free and open a high volume of income streams to profit. Money is boring, lame and a bit tired to talk about. People foolishly make a god of money but I focus on spreading love, helping people and allow money to take care of itself.
9. If someone was interested in blogging, what would be a few things you would suggest?
Follow your fun and face your deep blogging fears ASAP. Create and connect. Spend 5,000, then 10,000, then more hours becoming a blogging master.
I hope you love this interview with Ryan Biddulph. He shared some amazing things you should learn.
Now I will invite more bloggers for interviews, so stay connected with us and keep learning new things from the interviews.