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Learn how to become an island-hopping blogger through tips shared by a world-traveling professional blogger.
Ryan Biddulph made the transition from broke, unemployed security guard to professional globe-trotting blogger through these practical strategies.
He's visited places like Fiji, Bali, Costa Rica, Phuket, and other tropical paradises and wants to share how you, too, can fund your world travels through blogging.
Included are practical tips for monetizing your blog, how to engineer a lifestyle of freedom, strategies for creating attractive blog posts, how to influence leaders in your niche, and a breakdown of how Ryan retired from the 9-5 to become a professional blogger. Chapters include:
- How to Start the Journey: Tips for Retiring
- Common Blogging Pitfalls
- Picking a Topic
- Follow the two Cs
- Starting Fresh Is Better Than Struggling for Years
- Practical Tips for Making Money through Blogging
- How to Blog While Island Hopping: My Typical Day
- Secrets for Effective Automation While Cruising the Globe
- Social Media and Blogging from Paradise
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- David Di Lallo
Ryan is constantly working away spamming this book 10 times a day in every social media platform. I was looking forward to reading this one for ages and when I was done reading this long winded egotistical pat on the back in just over an hour I was left feeling empty and ripped off.
Ryan is a great writer however and I'd love to see him actually make an effort to write a solid book instead of a slightly extended blog post he charges for.
Could not stand the readings from this narrator. Came across as arrogant.
The book appeared to be more about the places the author lives rather than the content. Thus the book could have been all of 5 chapters or less. Once or twice about his life and places is enough, we get the idea.
- Deborah Reback
Practical and credible!
Loved it, lots of energy. I have already tried to find a hard copy! Heard it is a print on demand only.