I Am Excited to Announce the Launch of My New eBook: Blogging from Paradise

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The epic view from our driveway in Fiji and yes....the cover of my eBook, Blogging from Paradise.

The epic view from our driveway in Fiji and yes…the background for the cover of my eBook, Blogging from Paradise.

 

I’ve been working on something.

I kept this a secret. Well, mostly a secret.

For the past 4 weeks I’ve spent much of my spare time writing, tweaking, editing, proofreading, picking the perfect travel pictures and doing eBook related stuff….because…..

I’m launching  “Blogging from Paradise: How to Retire to a Life of Island Hopping through Smart Blogging.”

 

Who Would Benefit from Reading this eBook?

 

  • Anyone who envies/admires/wants to live my lifestyle
  • Anybody who’d like to live in an ocean front home with a million dollar view in Fiji for 4 months while running a blog
  • Anybody who wants to retire from their 9-5 to become a pro blogger
  • Anybody who wants to become an island hopper through smart blogging
  • Folks who want to travel the world for 1, 2 or 3 years, funding their trip through their blog
  • Pro bloggers who want to take it to the next level
  • Successful pro bloggers who want to learn how to engineer a freeing lifestyle that would allow them to leave behind some home-based gigs to travel the world and live in paradise for extended periods

In a nutshell, if you wonder how in the heck I live this life, you’d love my eBook. Also, if you’re a newbie blogger, who wants to figure out how to accelerate your growth, and how to boost your blog’s traffic and sales, the strategies I’d share in Blogging from Paradise will help you do that.

 

Why I Wrote the eBook

 

In truth, I mucked it up the first time. I published my first eBook, The Blogging Manifesto, but it never really took off. From the name, to the overall vibe surrounding the eBook, I felt it was practice.

Then I did something silly; I changed the name, and a few parts of the eBook, and after this repackaging, I still struggled.

By the way….if you want to see where blogging has brought me now, to Savusavu, Fiji, watch this video of me gabbing away from our deck. That’s my office view for the next 2 and a half months.


I made a ton of mistakes on both friends so this time, I decided to do it right.

In addition to wanting to do this release intelligently, I also wanted to:

  • Inspire bloggers to live my lifestyle
  • Share my fun story
  • Share a bunch of neat travel pictures
  • Release my own product from a high energy place
  • Create an affordable, value-packed eBook to help you live your dreams
  • Create a guidebook that you can reference online or offline for newbie and veteran bloggers

That’s the thing; I’ve learned that many uber successful bloggers are a bit jealous of my lifestyle, wondering how in the heck I do it.

Top earners make a ton of dough, so that’s not the issue. The problem is that some super successful people need to learn how to engineer a freeing internet lifestyle.

What are they saying about Blogging from Paradise? A New York Times best selling author shares….


 

Absolute Wealth Verses Relative Wealth

 

I know some folks who’ve acquired large sums of money yet they give up many freedoms to acquire the dough. Doctors, lawyers, CEOs and other professionals may make hundreds of thousands, millions or billions of dollars yet they’re tied to an office, 6 or 7 days each week, for 12 to 18 hours each day.

They aren’t mobile, or location independent. Even if they love their craft, that type of life still has some serious drawbacks on some level…only because if you feel totally burned out, in most cases, as one of these pros, you can’t walk out of the office this second, and take a month long vacation to Bali.

Guess what? I can. And I have.

This first crowd is ridiculously wealthy, yet they sacrifice much of their freedom to acquire the wealth. This is absolute wealth. You make a load of dough but are tied down, or bound, while generating this serious wealth.

We have plenty of coconut trees in Savusavu. Plenty of blue skies too.

We have plenty of coconut trees in Savusavu. Plenty of blue skies too.

 

Then, you have guys like me. The folks who have serious relative wealth. I don’t make the money that doctors, or lawyers, or CEO’s make, but unlike a doctor, or lawyer, or CEO, I could say, “ciao readers!”, set up my autoresponders, email clients, and spend the next week in Tauveuni, Fiji.

Wait a sec, did I mention I’m living in Savusavu, Fiji for 4 months?

What doctor, lawyer, or CEO that you know – that’s still working – who’s living in Fiji for 4 months, in an ocean-front home with a million dollar view?

There may be a few that are, but the overwhelming majority of these high powered pros are tied to an office, or hospital.

I however, am off the charts in the relative wealth department. I am free. I’ve set up mobile sources of income. I can work from wherever I want on earth. Sure, I have freelance clients, and blog posts to write, but I can always take a vacay at a moment’s notice, to head wherever I want to go, and that vacay can be for quite a while.

One note: I highly respect the driven, talented professionals who I mention above. They provide an unbelievably valuable service to people in need. I’m just sharing a clear definition of the difference between absolute wealth and relative wealth.

Make no mistakes about it; I work too! But I can work from anywhere on earth, at the drop of a hat, and I can also drop everything and take a vacation whenever I want to do so.

 

Good or Bad….Better or Worse

 

Hey, I love my life, and I know professionals with serious absolute wealthy who love their lives. There’s no good or bad, or better or worse. My point is, most people desire being free above all else, and if you can embrace the idea of generating serious relative wealth, you can become free, work from wherever you want to work, and you can also work whenever you want to work.

Or you can have cute little Youtube videos developed for you, announcing the release of your new eBook (I’ve since had my haircut….the eyebrows are still kinda bushy)….

 

 

I still work. Plenty. But if have a poor night’s sleep, I can bum out until late in the morning, and get to work later in the day. I can work on airplanes, or on the beach, or on our deck here in Fiji.

I can work early or late, from where I want to work. I call the shots. It’s because I chose to generate relative wealth a few years back, verses taking the absolute wealth route many people choose while they’re molding their lives.

I’m here to teach you how to be free, through building a live of immense relative wealth, complements of my eBook.

 

Blogging from Paradise

 

Blogging from Paradise covers topics like:

  • Tips for retiring to a life of island hopping through smart blogging
  • Common blogging pitfalls to avoid
  • Picking the right blogging topic
  • Following the two C’s in your paradise of choice
  • Why it makes sense to scrap an old blog – even if it means deleting 3400 posts – and start a new blog when it’s time for change…and how island hoppers release quickly
  • Practical tips for prospering through blogging
  • How to blog while hopping from tropical island to tropical island: a breakdown of my typical day
  • Closely-guarded secrets for effective automation while circling the globe
  • How to use social media while blogging from paradise
  • The super secret ingredient to intelligent blogging
  • The logistics of island-hopping; non-blogging stuff to ponder if you choose to travel the world for more than a year or 2

 

Your Pain

 

OK, maybe you’re not in pain. Or maybe you are in pain. Maybe you haven’t realized that it’s time for a change and maybe, just maybe, I’ll reveal your pain points to you, pain points you never knew existed.

We all have blind spots. I had about a zillion before I took that life-changing flight from New York City, JFK to Denpesar, Bali some 39 months ago. I’d seen a bit of online success but still had plenty to learn as far as building a blogging asset.

As I clarified my vision and worked diligently I could say I was retired from the 9-5 confidently. I also began my island-hopping exploits in earnest, jumping from Bali to Phuket, to more than a few other hot spots as well.

Tonight's sunset....

Tonight’s sunset….

 

What spurred me to dream bigger dreams? Feeling pain. I suffered through some failures, both pre-trip, and during the early days of my trip, that pushed me to learn, to grow and to become accustomed with leaving my comfort zone.

These lessons, these experiences and these absolute gems for an aspiring world traveling blogger are worth their weight in gold because they are the specific, transformative moments I share in Blogging from Paradise.

 

The Benefits of Reading Blogging from Paradise

 

I want you to know how buying and reading my eBook will benefit you….so…..

  • Learn how to build your blog into an asset which gives you the ability to travel the world, island-hopping along the way
  • Uncover the secret to building profitable blogging relationships
  • Gain clarity and understanding in picking the proper blog topic for you
  • Soak up some pretty darn cool travel pictures
  • Listen to me recount my story, including my transition from broke, depressed, laid-off security guard to world traveling, blogging dynamo
  • Find out the things that might be holding you back from the dream life you so want to live (this chapter is a good one!)

These are but a few benefits of buying and reading Blogging from Paradise.

 

I Want to Take You with Me

 

I can talk all about what I’ve done, where I’ve been and how I arrived. That’s all well and good, but think about it; why am I doing this?

I want to take you with me. My dream is to bring as many of my readers along for the ride. I want to look next door in Savusavu and see you. I want to cruise down the block in Bali and run into you. I want to meet bloggers on the streets of Quepos, Costa Rica who were inspired by my eBook to leave the 9-5 behind to retire to a life of island hopping through smart blogging.

I’ve met a handful of bloggers in their countries. These have been amazingly fun experiences. Now, I want to meet bloggers in foreign lands who bought my eBook, read it from cover to cover, and who’ve used it to mimic my life. I want to take you with me.

I want you to meet up with me in Koh Lanta. I want us to visit the street stalls in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I want us to connect over a delicious lunch from a food stall in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

I want to connect with you on the river front in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, or I want us to meet on the river front on Vientienne, Laos. I want you to feel the freedom I’ve experienced.

I want you to never have to think about setting an alarm to go to a job you don’t want to work anymore. I want you to know the feeling of booking a flight to Denpsar, Bali.

I want you to see the stunning sunsets in Fiji, or the sunrises in Vietnam, or the amazingly crystal clear waters of Savusavu, Fiji.

I want you to have dinner with me amidst the hustle and bustle of a crazy hot Bangkok night. I want you to stop living vicariously through me, and I want you to HANG OUT WITH ME!

This is the real purpose behind Blogging from Paradise. This is my intent. This is my dream, my vision, and this is the reason why I shared my story with you.

 

Anybody Can Do This

 

I mean that. Anybody can do this. You may or may not know my background. Anyway, I formerly worked in a shipping terminal in Newark, New Jersey in the United States, as a security officer. My job was simple. My job was easy but mind-numbingly boring.

After about 4 years “down at the docks” I decided it was time for a change, but didn’t muster up the courage to quit. The Universe forced my hand. I was downsized, or in frank terms, fired. What a relief though, because I knew it was time for a change.

View of the bay....plenty of boats in harbor due to some rough weather in the open ocean.

View of the bay….plenty of boats in harbor due to some rough weather in the open ocean.

 

When Kelli told me about some ways to “make money online”, I invested $500 in an opportunity. My mentor told me to start a “blog.” Well, when I was fired from my security guard job, I knew how to type “espn.com” into the address bar and I knew how to check my email. I had no clue in hell what a “blog”was.

Look up and down this blog. Look at my eBook sales page. Check out those endorsements from some of the top bloggers around. Look at the travel pictures, me, all over the world, island hopping, visiting tropical paradise after tropical paradise.

The guy who did this, who received these endorsements, who’s designed a life that few people on earth have designed, knew ONLY how to do 2 things online before starting this blog:

  • Check espn.com
  • Check my email

I didn’t know SEO from a CEO. I didn’t know what a blog was, nor did I know about using social media to grow a business.

I had zero entrepreneurial bones in my body. I was imprinted with the idea that all entrepreneurs were wheelers and dealers, crooks, and schesiters, all folks who were after your money.

They were “lucky.”

Time for a road trip. Who's coming?

Time for a road trip. Who’s coming?

 

“Not everybody can travel the world, or run an  online business, ya know?” That idea was imprinted on me, and the phrase was repeated to me until I repeated it to myself, over and over, and then, I programmed myself with that phrase.

So, if the guy who knew nothing about entrepreneurship, and who knew nothing about the online business world, if this guy designed this lifestyle…..

…..Anybody can do this.

I worked temp jobs before the security guard bit.

Anybody can do this.

I commuted 90 miles daily to a job where I made, well, not too much money….doing basic, simple, work that surely wasn’t reflective of my meteorology degree.

Anybody can do this.

Wait, did I ever tell you I was a meteorologist by schooling? Well I am. Technically I am a meteorologist. Well I *am* a meteorologist. But here I am, having retired to a life of island hopping and pro blogging.

Anybody can do this.

 

If You Aren’t Ready to Uproot…

 

…..this eBook can still be for you. You can be a hyper successful blogger who wants to know how you can take a month long vacay, or how to engineer my type of lifestyle, wondering how the heck I do it.  I share a chapter dealing with the logistics of my life,  the nuts and bolts of how I built this lifestyle. I share what you may want to let go to free yourself to travel.

You can travel for 1 month, 3 months, 1 year or 3 years or longer, using these successful, proven strategies to grow a profitable blog which helps you fund your world travels….and which helps you sock away savings, and money for your various investments.

Bonus tip: If you want to retire, invest wisely. Kelli and I have multiple savings accounts, IRA accounts and a pension.

Anyway, if you aren’t ready to uproot you can still live in paradise for 2 weeks, or 2 months, or even 1 year, using my automation tips and blogging strategies learned on the road.

Bloggers, you who love your life, chilling in your home town, you too can benefit from my blogging tips. You can boost your blogging traffic and increase your blogging sales and grow a large, responsive, thriving, rabid community around your blog, by using the strategies I share in Blogging from Paradise.

 

Blogging from Paradise

 

The ferry is calmly cruising through Savusavu Bay here in Fiji as I write these words. The sun kissed bay shimmers, calmly flowing over the huge volcanic rock formations carved out over hundreds of thousands of years.

We’ve seen more dramatic, stunning, exhilarating scenery since Kelli and I started our journey some 39 months ago, than you could believe.

How did I do it? How did I blog from paradise? I followed the advice of people who’ve been there and done that.

I’m sharing my insight with you, because I’ve been there, and I’m doing that.

If you too crave to see more of the world….if you want to leave your 9-5 to be more free….to retire to a life of island hopping….or if you’re an already successful, retired, pro blogger who simply wants to travel more, or who wants to know how in the heck I’ve engineered this dream life….

Buy Blogging from Paradise by Clicking Here

 

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I am excited to get your feedback.

 

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Author of the Blogging from Paradise eBook series. Blogger. Coach. Internet Lifestyle Junkie.
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45 Comments

  1. Adrienne

    Hey Ryan,

    Congratulations on the launch of your new eBook and I’m sure with the way you’ve restructured everything that this one will be much more of a success then your other one. Hey, we live and learn right!

    I think you are the perfect example of someone who didn’t have a clue what they were doing when they came online but you were willing to learn, grow, make mistakes and move through it all. I think for most of us who did lose our jobs and came online to do something different have had these same ups and downs. It’s those that are here for the long haul though and eager to make something of all of this that stick with it and want to learn from those who are where they hope to be some day.

    I love that you’ve done so well for yourself and are sharing your ups and downs with us all. We’re all just human and we want something better for ourselves so I think we can all learn from you through your blog and now your eBook.

    I wish you the best moving forward with this new release and I know you’ll do really well.

    ~Adrienne
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Adrienne, well put. We really do live and learn if we’re open to the experience. You’ve been so quick to share your successes and failures on your blog and this level of transparency has helped make you darn successful and popular in your own right. Being honest builds credibility, and part of being honest is sharing where we succeeded and mucked up. Thanks so much for the kind words Adrienne, and enjoy your week.

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  2. Ken Kai

    Ryan,

    I know this book of yours is gonna sky rocket. The book itself looks killer. Love them Fijian views.. You’re making me jealous. Well, Bali’s pretty sweet, as you know.

    You’re right when you say anybody can do this. I like that. Too many people believe they’re incompetent when it comes to the internet world. It can be hard, but put the time and effort into it, just as you do Ryan, and success makes it’s stand.

    Ryan, I also added you into my latest article, too. Just a heads up.

    Tweeting now my man.

    Ken
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      First off Ken, thanks SO much for adding me to your latest post! Appreciate it. The incompetent note is spot on man, I love how you put it. It’s like a form of paralysis. Folks know nothing about prospering online and simply hold to that excuse, instead of learning a new skill and freeing themselves. As is said, every expert was first an amateur and goodness knows I was the greenest of amateurs 5 years ago in the online game. Thanks so much Ken, I appreciate you.

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  3. Phillip Dews

    Dude,

    I get all Fuzzy Inside when I see you using things that I had a hand in; The Cover, The Video. Sorry am blowing my own trumpet again.
    Hell why not! I am thinking that I should add that flat cover to an actual image of a book, bit of tweaking here and there.

    I love reading it as well, I can see my mindset changing as I read and digest each chapter buddy, this is a right juxtaposition to the old book and for the better buddy, soo much better than the other one.

    Like you say that was practice dude. I know for a fact that once the mortgage is paid off next year I will be on that plain dude! Hey who say’s that I cannot work on some php script or style some site with css from some tropical beach.

    OK I may have issues dealing with clients face to face but there is always Skype! Epic post dude!
    Twitted and Shared on G+ so far.

    – PD
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      PD man, thanks so much! You can work from anywhere as the 3G and 4G and heck, all types of internet speeds are being embraced all over the world. We worked off a super fast 3G stick in the middle of the jungle, in Kovalam Beach, India, late last year. I Skyped and all that good stuff. Amazing. Thanks so much PD, you are the design wizard behind it all! Enjoy your week.

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  4. Sylviane Nuccio

    Hi Ryan,

    Well, am glad that this is my first day or return to blog reading in a little while. Congratulations my dear!

    I’ve known you for a while and I know that you had a totally different blog and remember when you mentioned the ton of posts you deleted when you decided to start anew.

    Now, I will get your book my dear, no problem. I’ll do that in the morning as I’m going to hit the sack now because I’m not yet in paradise yet:) But certainly intend to get there.

    You and kelli are really showing us how it’s done. Great job guys :)
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Syvliane, thanks so much for stopping in, it’s great to see you back on the commenting side of things ;) Wow, sounds great, thanks! I think you’ll enjoy the book because the writing tone is like 1 of my posts. Please do rest up. We’re thinking about you, and hoping you’re feeling a bit better each day.

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  5. Kelli

    Like you said in the post, this book can be helpful for anyone who wants to create freedom through online income, regardless of whether they want to travel or not. Though, from our conversations with many people who do the online gig, this does seem to be a major motivation. This is the type of book that can totally change someone’s ‘online life,’ no doubt. So proud of you!
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Thanks KC :) We’ve spoken to so many folks who want to be free so now we’re sharing a soup to nuts, practical approach to how we did it. ANYbody can do this if you push yourself, practice proven techniques and persist like a champ.

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  6. Sarmista Aun

    Congrats Ryan for launch of your new eBook. I would appreciate you for writing such an interesting eBook for bloggers. Thanks for revealing how blogging can be enjoyed.

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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Sarmista, my pleasure. Thank you for reading and leaving a nice comment. See you soon :)

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  7. Harleena Singh

    Hi Ryan,

    Congratulations & celebrations :)

    Yes, you surely seem to have found time enough to write an ebook and I wonder how you managed to do that with the daily looooong posts you write and visit so many blogs – awesome indeed!

    You’re the perfect example of a person who’s been through it all and reached where you are today, and it’s certainly not easy, yet you’ve done it, which is commendable indeed. Keep going dear friend and I wish you the best with the launch of your new book with many more to come.

    Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week, whatever little’s left of it (can’t wait for the weekend!)
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Harleena, thanks so much for your kind words :) It can be a big challenge at times but with some persistence, and a little nudge from the Universe, I was able to get the book done while still having a life. I think that experience is just the best gift we have; learning from both successes and failures really rocks. Thanks again Harleena, we’re almost there…..3 hours until Friday in Fiji ;)

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  8. Zachary K. Reid

    Congratulations Ryan, I just said so over on the book page, but will be grabbing it shortly. I’ve only been blogging for six months but I’m learning a ton, and you’re very inspirational, so I absolutely appreciate what you do. Keep up the great work and my best wishes for this release. You have a group of great people around you so I can only imagine this doing wonderfully! Take care!!
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Zachary, thanks so much!! I know you’re well on your way blogging-wise because you picked a cool URL. Keep on creating, connecting and commenting on well read sites and it’ll be onward and upward for you. Like you said, the network is a key. I’m blessed to be surrounded by so many great people. Thanks again Zachary, you too.

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      1. Zachary K. Reid

        Sounds good and thanks for the quick response. It sounds like you learned a lot of lessons from your 1st release and have rethought your strategy. I’m planning to work on an ebook this year but am leaning towards a small, free version to start, and then next year a for-sale ebook. Wishing you well with this venture, take care!
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        1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

          Thanks much Zachary, and please let me know when you’re releasing your new eBook. Looking forward to it!

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  9. Andrew M. Warner

    Hey Ryan,

    Congrats on the eBook.

    It really sounds like it would be a great story, inspiration and motivator to many people that want to just do what they love for a living.

    And the whole blogging from paradise thing is really good because that’s what people view as the perfect Internet lifestyle. Congrats for everything that you’re doing and I wish you lots of success in the future, my friend.

    Have a great weekend.

    – Andrew
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Hi Andrew, I really appreciate that :) Most folks who do the blog bit sure wouldn’t mind doing it from Fiji for 4 months, or from Bali for a few months either. I really want to bring everybody along for the ride. It’ll be fun to meet my buddies on the road. Thanks again, and you too Andrew.

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  10. Julia

    You have hit the nail on the head, well at least my head. Your book would make a good read for me to help educate my folks. The problem with many people or at least in my neck of paradise is that they are grossly overwhelmed when thinking about making an income online. They are more concerned about finding a job without even realizing that blogging and growing wealth online is far more rewarding and liberating.
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Julia, I so had to drill this concept into my noggin before I got this online thing down pat. Thanks so much for stopping by and for your kind comments :)

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  11. Thomas Brew

    Many Congrats for this new milestone in your life. I am following you since April this year and have gone through many good articles.

    A book is the great way which can help you to reach more audience and you can help more people with your working strategies.

    You blog has captured us in such a great way that everyone would love to read your journey.. ha ha..

    best wishes for your book..
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Thomas, thanks so much :) I appreciate your support over the past 5 months and I’ll do my best to keep on inspiring. All the best!

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  12. Moumita Ghosh

    Hey Ryan,

    Congratulation for launching your e-book and I appreciate your work. Thanks for launching this e-book for bloggers.
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Thanks Moumita much appreciated.

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  13. Jens-Petter Berget

    Hey Ryan,

    Congratulations!

    I can’t wait to read your book.

    -Jens
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Jens-Peter, thanks so much! Great to see you again, it’s been a while.

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  14. Kerry Russell

    Hi Ryan.

    Just picked up a copy of your eBook and I’m looking forward to a good read this afternoon. Congrats btw :)

    You’ve been a true inspiration in the short time I’ve known you.

    Kerry
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Kerry, thanks!!! Please feel free to send me a reader review if you liked it; I’m thinking of posting a separate page of reviews to my blog. Thanks again and likewise, I love what you’re doing at The Strategic Blogger.

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      1. Kerry Russell

        Sure thing. Will do. :)
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        1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

          ;)

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  15. Andrew Spence

    Hi Ryan,

    Congratulations on the new book!

    It’s great to see that it’s finally out to the world and now everybody who has always dreamt of a life of island hopping can get started.

    I’ve learnt a great deal from you and about you over the last year or so and it’s been seriously valuable stuff. I’m excited to see where your journey will take you, and others.

    I’ll be tweeting this for sure.

    Have a great day!
    Andrew
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Andrew thanks so much! I SO appreciate your unending support buddy. I’ve also learned much about outreach, and being just plain entertaining, from you, your blog and your awesomely engaging Facebook Page. You too Andrew, enjoy :)

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  16. Sanjay Pal

    Hii Ryan…..!!! I can’t imagine my luck when I stuttered in your blog. To be honest, I really have no idea about all these stuffs as I am completely new in this field. But given a penchant for writing, my friend and fellow blogger told me to pursue it. So here I am. Meticulously visiting an eclectic of blogs and when I read your post, I just couldn’t help myself. Sir, I am glad to know about your ebook. I’m looking forward to read your material and also bookmarking your page. It is therefore my heartfelt earnest to drop by my blog and give your valuable comment…..
    Thank You Ryan Sir…..
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Sanjay, thanks so much! I appreciate you stopping by. Get to meet some of the awesome folks I mentioned in my latest post – the 9 bloggers – as they’ll help you accelerate your blogging growth this early in your career. Thanks so much again Sanjay, make sure to subscribe, and we’ll chat soon.

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  17. Jeremy

    I make my hay from running a writing business that has a stable of content creators, but you can also make a living from straight up pro blogging: but it’s a lot of hard work from the word “go”! The end experience of owning a mobile are all worth it in the end though … best of luck with your book bro! :)
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Thanks Jeremy! It requires a FULL commitment for sure. I dig running the content show myself ;) But of course, I engage in many partnerships, that’s what makes the biz go. Appreciate it, and all the best with your writing business ;)

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  19. Carol Amato

    Well, rats….Hadn’t heard back from you, and thought I better check my comment here – no where to be found, yikes! That’s the result of lots of trouble commenting last week, but I saw the comment on your site after hitting Post Comment, so erased it. on my end…Oh well, such is life! Lol

    Congratulations, Ryan! I grabbed your ebook and think it’s stellar!

    Love the story of your growth in a short amount of time and how this inspires others to go after their dream. You’re humble, helpful and full of integrity so job well done, Ryan!

    Wishing you all the best with your book and your continued growth.

    Take Care,
    – Carol :)
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Hi Carol, hmmm…..I recall seeing a few great comments from you last week. Oh well lol……thanks so much for your continued support! My intent is to bring folks along for the ride so I figure telling my story is the way to go. Thanks again and have a fun week Carol.

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  21. Mohd Arif Khan

    Hey Ryan,

    Congratulations for your ebook.
    Hope, this would take you to the next milestone in blogging journey. These are something that we hope to get happen to us in our fraternity.

    Have a good day ahead

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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Mohd, much appreciated :) I look forward to seeing your eBook too….they’re so fun to write, and to share with others.

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