How to Become a Pro Blogger in 5 Steps Audio Course

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  May 31, 2022 blogging tips πŸ•‘ 2 minutes read

 

(Updated 5/31/2022)

 

I decided to republish this post even though it spans a few hundred words.

 

I:

 

  • renamed
  • repackaged
  • chopped down

 

the 11 Fundamentals of Successful Blogging Audio Course and wanted to update you.

 

Do you want to become a professional blogger?

 

I created a course to help you become a professional blogger in 5 simple steps:

 

How to Become a Pro Blogger in 5 Steps

 

Become a Pro Blogger

 

Note; the content within the course is identical to the prior course: The 11 Fundamentals of Successful Blogging

 

However, I:

 

  • repackaged the course into 5 simple steps to follow
  • removed the 10 common questions answered by a pro blogger to avoid overwhelming you

 

I also lowered the price to $100 to reflect 3 fewer audios of audio files.

 

Even though the content is the same the presentation is different because I:

 

  • bundled steps together
  • moved the course from Selz to Payhip

 

Bundling steps together makes it easier to understand, process and apply the blogging lessons. Moving the course to Payhip makes it easier for you to follow the lessons. Payhip presents the content in simple fashion to make for seamless navigating.

 

Overall, this course is easier to follow, understand and use for you to become a professional blogger.

 

Blogging Course Purpose

 

This audio course has been created for bloggers who want to go the full time route.

 

Each audio file contains practical tips to put into action immediately.

 

Follow these 5 simple steps to become a professional blogger. Learn how to create content, network effectively and monetize to become a successful blogger who goes pro.

 

Course Curriculum

 

1: Breathe Deeply and Relax

 

2: Know Why and Make it Freeing

 

3: Befriend Leaders and Create Value

 

4: Comment, Promote and Engage

 

5: Monetize, Mind Train and Surrender

 

The tutorials step you through the process of creating a successful blogger mindset, following simple blogging tips and trusting in the blogging process.

 

Genuinely, anyone can become a pro blogger but few reach the professional level. Why? Most bloggers have no idea how to go pro.

 

I created this course to explain how to go pro by baby-stepping you through the process with a step-by-step guide.

 

What You Get

 

Course students get approximately 3 hours of audio files.

 

Check out the course here:

 

How to Become a Pro Blogger in 5 Steps

  1. Renard Moreau says:
    at 3:40 pm

    [ Smiles ] I hope you amass a fortune with that blogging course of yours, Ryan.

    You are now officially an authority on blogging!

  2. Chris Hufnagel says:
    at 6:33 pm

    Dude, you have a great mentality! Creating a course because it is something you would enjoy, love it. I bet it is better because of this fact. When someone is creating something that is fun for them, the end result is much better.

    I notice this in my business as well. The clients I enjoy working with and who’s business I truly believe in, the work is easier and comes together quicker.

    Good luck with the course!

    Chris

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 6:45 pm

      That energy really makes it happen Chris, right? You can just feel it. Thanks for the kind words my friend.

  3. Kim Willis says:
    at 4:52 am

    Hey Ryan,

    Congratulations for the release of your first official course!

    It looks awesome.

    And what better person to learn from than you?

    And yes, you do have a gift for making the learning experience fun, exciting and dare I say it? EASY!!!!

    I know this course will help newbies turbo charge their progress. And for people (like me) who’ve been blogging for years I don’t doubt there will be gold nuggets in there. Heck – I may even get it for myself!

    So thanks for bringing this information to the starving crowd, Ryan. I’m sure people will love it.

    Kim

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 6:54 pm

      Kinda easy sometimes Kim, and other times, it was a nightmare to create anything LOL…..thanks so much for your comment and for your kind words.

  4. Naomi Dinsmore says:
    at 4:55 am

    Sounds Good Ryan,

    I hope the word gets out because I know you really do put your all into everything you do. Anyone who purchases this can only benefit and shorten the blogging struggle.

    Good luck

    Naomi

  5. Kurt Kummerer says:
    at 5:35 am

    Ryan,

    Congratulations on creating your first course. That is awesome! I know there are a lot of people out there who will benefit from going through this course. If I can help you in any way to spread the word let me know.

    Have a good one.

    Kurt

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 6:52 pm

      Kurt thanks so much. I was so happy to create it. A RT would be awesome but your comment alone and continual support means a ton to me. Thanks again!

  6. Donna Merrill says:
    at 2:04 pm

    Hey Ryan,

    Congratulations!!! I know this course is going to Kick you know what lol. Besides your knowledge under your belt, you have a great way of connecting with people.

    You have listened to others and came up with many solutions to their problems. I know that pain of having a blog that staggers for a few years before we learn what the heck to do with it. I do believe all bloggers that come in without knowing what to do would have this problem.

    I am so glad you stepped up and created this course. It will be great for the newbie as well as the seasoned blogger that is “swimming upstream”

    -Donna

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 6:44 pm

      Yep Donna wow, have we all been there. Listening and solving is such a fun way to create products, eBooks, posts, everything. Thanks SO much.

  7. Ryan Biddulph says:
    at 6:47 pm

    Definitely want to solve some problems too….and when you’re in that fun energy/space, it’s like fish in a barrel, to solve ’em πŸ˜‰ Adrienne thanks so much for sharing and for your support. Have a fab week!

  8. Fabrizio Van Marciano says:
    at 7:59 pm

    So the story telling wizard, blogging from paradise super star has released a course huh, Ryan mate you should be well proud. Reading your post visualising how far you’ve come from the moment you purchased your web hosting and domain after being let go, big well done.

    I’m not going to say I hope you do well with the course, because I know you’re going to crush this one. I’ll be sure to tell everyone about it too. Thank you for all the oozing inspiration you’ve provided us over the years, I can’t wait to see where you go next with it all.

    Best of luck and have an awesome rest of the week buddy.

  9. Chery Schmidt says:
    at 1:54 pm

    Hello Ryan,
    Congratulations My Friend! I just love the way you write so I just know your course is going to be a HUGE Success.

    YOU Are Awesome
    Thanks for sharing
    Chery :))

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 7:43 am

      Thanks so much Chery…..and yep, I speak how I write….and write how I speak πŸ˜‰ You are doing the same thing, which is neat. I see more of your personality come out each and every time you publish a blog post or send out a social media update. That’s how it’s done! More authenticity, more fun and more love. Thanks again Chery and have a fun week πŸ™‚

  10. Don Purdum says:
    at 3:40 pm

    Hi Ryan,

    You used one of my favorite words in your article; “Simple”

    By learning and thinking through making your business simple you strip the complexity and it’s the complexity that scars the snot out of us. It’s so awesome that you had Kelli to strip away the stories that muddied up the water and created fear and uncertainty.

    That’s what complexity does.

    But when we learn how to get really clear it leads to simple. And through “simple” we discover our purpose, vision and the strategies to fulfill them. Executing becomes simpler because we have a simple guide to help us.

    We can see one problem/need/desire for one person with one solution, per piece of content. That’s what I define as “value” right there.

    I’m really enjoying watching you live the simple, clear life and getting extreme benefits from it.

    Have a great end to your week Ryan!

    ~ Don Purdum

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 7:31 am

      Don you’re so right about executing becoming simpler! Fabulous comment as always my friend. Enjoy your weekend!

  11. Mark says:
    at 6:03 pm

    Ryan!

    What a totally awesome post! This post read like a Tom Clancy spy novel!LOL!

    was i started reading it, I was literally hooked!LOL! Wow!

    There is just way too much jammed packed in here!

    I’m quite certain your course is a freaking grand slam!LOL!

    And big congrats on actually completing such an undertaking!

    Most would have gotten totally sidetracked! Several times!Great job! I’m definitely sharing this one!

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 6:07 pm

      Haha, thanks Mark! I never thought of Clancy, he’s such a legend. I’d be lucky to write with 1/16,000 of his flair/style LOL….so much just comes down to having fun with the process, whatever you’re doing, and the words flow. Sure I practiced writing quite a bit; but mainly, it was about me getting clearer and clearer on writing how I spoke and on working my stories and humor and what happens offline into my blog. That journey grew easier the more I chose to just have fun, and not to sweat anything outcome-wise…at least, not to sweat it too much ;)….thanks again Mark, you rock!

  12. Suze - Luxury Columnist says:
    at 12:33 pm

    It’s pretty shocking that 80% of bloggers only ever make $100 from blogging. All the more reason to really study best practice as you suggest

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 2:28 am

      It is nutz, right Suze? Why I wonder, but then the inner world work and general disregard for the basics makes most bloggers struggle like hell. Like they have no idea how to build a successful blog but still dive in and try to do it on their own. It will rarely if ever work, this approach, and it’s one reason why so many folks blame blogging or feel blogging is dead. Blogging is fine. Many blogger’s need a mindset tune up πŸ˜‰ Thanks for commenting Suze.

  13. Jasper Oldersom says:
    at 6:11 am

    Hi Ryan,

    You always write amazing stories and I feel like I get to share a bit of your current joy πŸ™‚

    I’ve read plenty of your books and they all inspired me. I like Ryan in bookform. I like how you talk about creating things from a playful place, for fun, for us….

    The mental fundamentals are so important Ryan, it’s the ONLY thing that keeps me from progressing now and then and i’m not afraid to admit it. When life presses on you like a heavy weight, it’s hard to stay focused on those things you are striving toward. You need to clear it first to keep moving. At times like those, a comment and a share from an unexpected source like you does more for the spirit than you might think. I know what you mean with the peaks and the lows.. LOL, Charlie Sheens career. That made me chuckle πŸ˜‰

    I’m glad to say I already made more than 80%, HA..but I have a long way to go before turning into a flourishing blog / business.

    When you mentioned blogging Buddha meets Gary meets Tony but less hyper I was like, yep..that’s Ryan πŸ™‚

    By the way, granite seems like a fairly safe to be when dealing with an earthquake. Glad we don’t have those here in The Netherlands…but then again, we are living below sea level πŸ˜€

    I know plenty of people have been asking you to create an (audio) course, so congratulations Ryan! I don’t know if I will buy this one, but who knows… I might treat myself for christmas πŸ˜‰

    Hope your week is going fantastic so far…enjoy what’s left of it!

    – Jasper

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 4:21 pm

      Jasper, it would be an entertaining Christmas present for sure buddy πŸ˜‰ So happy you’re above that 80% mark and it makes perfect sense. I see you as a generous guy who genuinely loves to learn and who shares what he learns with others…freely….so sweetness will flow your way, for sure, because the more you give from a detached space the more you’ll get from a loving space. It really works wonderfully when we let the creative process take shape around us. I guess I’m somewhat similar to that Holy Trinity πŸ˜‰ Granite DEFINITELY is! We didn’t feel those suckers in Fiji and CR and they were shaking below our tootsies, the rest of the town feeling the sensations. Only mini quake we felt was in Bali, and that was nothing. Jasper, thanks much for the comment, and likewise my man!

  14. Andrew Spence says:
    at 12:18 pm

    If there is anybody who is qualified to teach about how to achieve success in blogging it is you Ryan. I wish you the very best with the course, and am sure that it will be a success. Blogging for profit is actually hard. It takes knowledge and a system. Most people don’t realise this, and that’s why they don’t have success with monetization and often give up, thinking “it doesn’t work”. It does work, you just need to know what to do, what not to do and the internal mindset to achieve it. All the best buddy.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 6:09 am

      Andrew thanks SO much for those kind words πŸ˜‰ I had fun doing it and figured, if I can save other bloggers years of struggle I may as well do the course. Blogging for profit takes a system, an inside-out approach, and it works just fine when you follow that blueprint or framework from the inside out. Seems tough to most bloggers because they do virtually no inner work and all outer work. Not good. Thanks much!

  15. Sunil Yadav says:
    at 2:27 pm

    Hi Ryan,
    The course is amazing, and I hope it will help me.!

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 6:42 pm

      Hi Sunil,

      Way cool brother πŸ™‚ I am happy to help in any way I can. I just had so much fun creating it.

      Thanks so much for checking it out.

      Ryan

  16. Akshay Reddy says:
    at 7:41 am

    I am new to blogging and after reading this share I got to know a lot about your experience in blogging. I have started blogging recently – http://blog.stratbeans.com which is B2B company in e-Learning domain. I am very much curious to know about if blogging could work in B2b to create awareness and generate traffic. Your course is a great one that I came across. Do you have any free resources which I can follow to increase traffic?

    All the very best with your blogging course.

    Regards
    Akshay Kotha
    Digital Marketer

  17. malik aadil says:
    at 3:11 am

    Wow what a great guide thanks for sharing
    After Reading this article my blogging experience will be better

  18. David Boozer says:
    at 8:55 am

    I am listening again to them right now, and feeling energized! Thanks, Ryan. If you are here and have not yet, get the series, and listen to all of them twice. You will love it, and it will give you the edge you need to build that blog and lifestyle you want….

  19. Matt LaClear says:
    at 11:57 am

    This was an excellent course, I highly recommend it to anyone looking to take their blog to the next level in revenue generation. I have already begun recommending it to my blogger friends, and I plan on listening to it again and again. Thanks for the effort Ryan!

  20. Jatin says:
    at 9:23 pm

    Nice article Ryan,
    Hope the course is well worth o what it claims to be.
    All my wishes with you.

    Best
    Jatin

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:02 pm

      Thanks for stopping by Jatin πŸ˜‰ Yep; I guess just look at my life, and if you think it’s pretty neat this is how I did it and how I am helping other bloggers become pros πŸ™‚

      Ryan

  21. Piyush matta says:
    at 4:40 pm

    Hi

    Dude, you have a great mentality! Creating a course because it is something you would enjoy, love it

  22. T I Antor says:
    at 12:32 pm

    Hey, Ryan,
    I always says that i am a big fan of yours. Congrats man for your first official course. I hope and wish your success. Definitely, this course is going to help lot of people like me. I read a lot’s of writings of yours and you really make your writing like you are playing with words. Awesome! I had setup my mind to get your course. It’s takes time to setup my pocket πŸ™‚ . Thanks a lot for your words and have a great weekend.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 2:52 pm

      T I thanks a bunch. Much appreciated and do enjoy the course when you grab it πŸ™‚ Have a great day!

  23. Sarfraz Khan says:
    at 11:09 pm

    Promoting the post on 30+ spots is definitely a time-consuming task but I think this is what I need to do now as without it ranking is difficult but thanks for the valuable tip.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 11:54 am

      Promoting in many spots helps Sarfraz. But following most if not all the tips makes the difference, because when you build your friend network, many folks will promote your blog and business for you too. Thanks brother πŸ˜‰

  24. Lisa says:
    at 1:43 pm

    Ryan, have you considering opening a facebook group for the people who have taken your course so that they can stay involved in each other’s progress and share tips?

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 9:32 pm

      I have opened one Lisa for this course but I need to spruce it up some.

      Do you have any ideas?

      Please respond or send me an email: rbbidd@gmail.com

      Thanks for asking! Gets me back into running the Group effectively.

  25. Philip Verghese Ariel says:
    at 1:37 am

    Hi Ryan,
    What a joy to be here again to read this treasure post by you.
    You really developed a wonderful course for all, especially for the beginners.
    I am sure this will be the best lesson kit for people who enter into this arena.
    I could very well relate to many of the fundamentals you mentioned in this, especially I relate very much with #6 commenting on authority blogs. I can very well say that this boost our engagement with influencers, I can share more such testimonies.
    Of course, #7 too is very important, unless we tell about ourselves and our resources, how others will know about it, I follow an equation of 80:20 ratio, that is 20% for making the content and 80% for promotion. This will give a great success in our blogging.
    Thanks for sharing this wonderful course,
    Wish you and all the participants a great success with this amazing course.
    Best Regards
    ~ Philip

  26. Jona says:
    at 3:00 am

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  27. Aron says:
    at 7:57 am

    This article is fantastic and i got some good information by reading this.
    thanks a lot.

  28. Luthfar Rahman says:
    at 3:00 pm

    Hi Ryan,
    I believe that your an awesome guy and your course is also! How can I enroll these course? Can you please help me in building a blog with make money blogging with your course?

  29. Cori-Leigh says:
    at 2:28 pm

    Ryan – This is such an awesome course for bloggers! Even love the title “Fun…damental” with highlight on the word fun! Blogging should be a fun adventure. Will definitely put people on the stress free blogging path! Wish I had this course when I first started blogging. It would have simplified my mindset, experience, and put me on a fun blogging ride! Instead, I ended up frustrated and confused. What I love about this course is that is created by someone honest who has been there. Hope lots bloggers grab the opportunity before the 18th to get it at this amazing price! I paid triple your regular price Ryan for the online blogging course I took several years ago.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 3:56 pm

      Cori thanks so much. You are awesome. My intent is to get it into as many hands as possible so we can all have fun on this ride.

  30. Jade says:
    at 6:15 am

    “What the Freak Is a Blog? I had just wasted $120 that I didn’t have. I bought something called β€œa domain and hosting” for something called a β€œblog.”

    I laughed out loud at this.

    Thanks for putting everything in perspective, Ryan. They always say that we need to make a plan in order to succeed but, until recently, I’ve never really taken action to do it.

    Thanks again for the always timely reminder. πŸ™‚

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