5 Simple Methods to Learn Blogging the Right Way

  March 4, 2022 blogging tips πŸ•‘ 9 minutes read
how to learn blogging

Beautiful canyon in Oman. This Middle Eastern Sultanate offers stunning natural views.


(Updated 3/4/2022)


Successful bloggers continually learn. Figuring out how to learn blogging starts with being open to learning.


Park your ego at the door. Be open. I have blogged for a bit. I always find myself learning new things daily. No blogger knows it all. Even top level pros far beyond my skill set and worldly success open themselves to learning because in a world of change, closed-minded bloggers who stop learning, fail. Open-minded bloggers who keep learning, succeed.


Before you succeed you need to:


  • learn how to blog successfully
  • put your knowledge into practice


Learn how to blog the right way. Put these successful blogging lessons into practice routinely. I struggled for years because I never learned how to blog successfully from pros. Between winging it on my own and learning how to blog from struggling bloggers, I had a tough time succeeding online. However, I eventually turned things around by humbling myself, by learning how to blog from pros and by putting their successful advice into practice on a consistent basis.


How to Learn Blogging


Unfortunately, most bloggers wing it and struggle. Imagine trying to be a doctor without learning how to be a doctor? Imagine trying to be a lawyer without being a lawyer? Learning precedes success in any endeavor. Never wing it. Never blog solely based on sheer trial and error. More than a enough skilled professionals freely teach you how to profit through blogging. However, listening to these pros marks the starting point of your blogging due diligence campaign, versus trying to do everything on your own.


Good news; it has never been simpler to learn blogging and succeed. The internet abounds with proven, successful blogging strategies to learn, to put into practice and to help you live your dreams. However, you need to be willing to learn which demands you to be:


  • humble
  • open
  • malleable
  • flexible
  • willing to stop on a dime and move in the opposite direction, if need be


Update Because I Learned


I am updating this blog post after publishing it some time prior. The initial post spanned around 600 words. Short, clear and to the point, I hit the mark in terms of my short and sweet blog posts. However, I learn some critical blogging lessons over my career:


  1. long form content accelerates traffic and profits, amplifying blogging success
  2. long form content attracts organic, targeted traffic seamlessly
  3. publishing long form content requires a less frequent publishing schedule
  4. building powerful bonds with my email list trumps any marketing strategy, especially social media, which its chaotic and unstable (have you checked out my social media eBook yet?)


Being fully transparent, I am REALLY learning how to blog the right way AND applying each practical tip from the right energy deep into my blogging career. But I only took this recent path by humbling my ego, by being open and by admitting there has to be a better way to blog effectively.


Pedasi, Panama

Pedasi, Panama


Follow these tips to learn blogging effectively.


1: Visualize Your Dreams


Visualize your dreams in vivid detail. Be open to learning.


Most bloggers either wing it or learn blogging from failing bloggers. In both cases, struggle and failure are imminent because you need to learn from successful bloggers to become successful yourself. Most bloggers wing it or learn from failing bloggers because they have no vision, no dreams, and simply see themselves as an average blogger or struggling blogger, being filled with fears, doubts, and limiting beliefs.


Successful bloggers have a vision of themselves succeeding. Visualize yourself living your dreams to:


  • think, feel and act like a success
  • be open to learning
  • follow highly successful bloggers


Add details to your dream. Feel it. Taste it. Touch it. Smell it. Allow your vision to come alive to prime yourself for learning how to succeed from top bloggers.


Hard Work Alone Does Not Cut It


Have you ever seen hard working bloggers who create and connect generously simply struggle, fail and flounder for years? These folks appear to blog the right way but blog from a dominant energy of fear. Blogging from fear guarantees tha you do not actually blog the right way; appearances are illusions, actualities are truths.


For example, I often published a high volume of helpful but thinnish content. I appeared to blog the right way but I did not fully learn how to blog the right way. Why? If I had been blogging mainly from love, abundance and trust, I would have published far fewer blog posts but would have published 2,000 word plus, SEO-optimized, in-depth posts to blog effectively, intelligently and effectively. How did I make the shift from quantity to quality, finally blogging the right way? I built a more crystal clear vision of my dream life in vivid detail.


Move from Blogging Fear to Love


Move from fear to love. Migrate from poverty to riches. Learn how to blog effectively. Visualize your dream in crystal clear detail. Move above a plane of hard work consciousness. I worked like an animal for years with little to show for my labor. But visualizing my dreams raised my vibe, opening me up to learn blogging from pros who taught me how to blog the right way.


Set aside 10 to 20 minutes daily for visualizing sessions. Relax your mind. Relax your body. Allow a vision of your dream life to pop up on the screen of your mind. Raise yourself from working hard and blogging ineffectively to blogging generously and effectively. At the end of the day, when you see your dreams in detail and feel dreams as being true the steps for reaching your dreams flow to you.


2: Buy a Blogging Course and/or eBook


Invest money in blogging resources. Learn how to blog by investing money in bloggers who teach you how to blog successfully. This is also a key step in never winging it; why swing and miss with a guess when you can invest money in blogging advice that works if you work patiently, diligently and generously?


A course and eBooks serve as helpful learning materials because you get all the information you need to know in one spot. Picture paying tuition to sit in a classroom. The instructor teaches you one specific subject. Learning about the subject through one class where you meet 1-3 times weekly lets you learn effectively. Pay. Learn how to do something. No student needs to piece together lessons from multiple classes or multiple teachers. Humans pay tuition to learn how to do some thing in the proper setting.


Trying to learn by piecing together a high number of blog posts creates:


  • mental clutter
  • confusion
  • mental cross-currents; one blogger teaches one strategy, one blogger an opposite strategy, another blogger a totally different strategy


Learn Blogging Primarily from a Few Bloggers


Learn blogging from 1-3 happy, heart-centered, highly successful bloggers. Buy a course. Buy blogging eBooks. Learn how to blog successfully by getting the best information from the best bloggers in the best format.


Observe what building a thriving blogging business can do for you. Picture yourself circling the globe as a full time blogger. Do you genuinely believe one goes pro by learning blogging based on trying to string together 50 free blog posts from 30 different bloggers? True; bloggers learn blogging from various bloggers through varied sources as a supplementary approach. But you better believe many top, pro bloggers invest money in their blogging education to learn blogging primarily from one source or two sources.


Be open-minded to absorb successful blogging lessons. Be willing to get a bit uncomfortable too.Β  Shift your mind from the fear of learning or doing certain things you did not envision yourself doing – live videos, building a list, practicing writing offline daily – toward the feeling of experiencing sweet blogging success. Success conscious bloggers open up to a different way of learning, thinking and doing to mine their own blogging success.


3: Teach


Teaching is the quickest way to learn blogging.


Teach through:


  • blog posts
  • guest posts
  • Facebook Live Broadcasts
  • Facebook Groups
  • niche specific forums


Even if you are not in the blogging tips niche every blogger should teach a little bit of blogging to allow blogging lessons to seep into your subconscious mind. Every time you teach blogging tips, you learn blogging tips and put good blogging advice into action to accelerate your success.


Rice fields, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Ubud, Bali, Indonesia


Teachers Study


Teaching is the most powerful form of active blogging study. Be a successful blogger by spreading your knowledge and by helping other bloggers succeed.


Keep these ideas in mind:


  • teaching readers by creating free content feels uncomfortable at first; most of us need to deal with imposter syndrome
  • learning how to teach is a serious skill in and of itself; most humans who develop skills can do things seamlessly but actually teaching other people to do these things is another skill set quite uncomfortable to master
  • teaching demands you to create helpful, free content for a long time before you get comfortable and clear on being a blogging teacher


Keep teaching. Keep learning.


Leaders Teach and Learn


Lisa Sicard is a fabulous teacher. Note how she lays out content on her blog.


Anthony Gaenzle is another excellent teacher whose blog I follow closely.


Like Lisa, Anthony can only publish up to date content because he is always learning. Watch these pros closely to realize how teaching is one of the quickest ways to learn blogging.


4: Unlearn Failed Strategies


Learning blogging involves unlearning failing blogging strategies more often than not.


I remember needing to unlearn that publishing 60 thin posts daily between two blogs did not promote my long term success. Letting go this tactic dissolved struggles but also let allowed a successful blogging strategy to permeate my mind: I learned how publishing long form content promoted my success at the greatest clip.


Assess your blogging campaign. Where do you struggle? How do you come up short? What do you need to unlearn? One common lesson to unlearn involves trying to do everything by yourself. Hero syndrome plagues most struggling bloggers who inaccurately believe that some pros succeed solely via their own steam.


Slamming into enough struggles wakes you up.


Unlearn how to blog the wrong way. Let go of these struggles. Learn how to blog the right way. Admit your blogging errors. Unlearn failure. Learn how to succeed.


5: Master through Repetition


Believe it or not, going pro consists of doing simple things patiently and persistently. Bloggers go pro by mastering simple strategies through repetition.


Learn blogging by doing simple things daily. Master the art of sticking to the basics. Write and publish a blog post daily, weekly or monthly. Read and comment on 5-10 blog posts daily. Learning how to blog intelligently depends on your willingness to practice on a daily basis.


Let go ego urges to skip practice. For example, the ego wanted to skip updating this blog post. But updating this post provides me with invaluable blogging practice. Practicing allows me to learn the true value in updating old content. Learning this lesson increases Google traffic pointing to Blogging From Paradise.


Practice. Learn.




Be open, honest and transparent in observing your blogging campaign.


Did you ever learn how to blog successfully from seasoned, established, professional bloggers? Wait for an honest answer. Figuring out how to learn blogging usually means honestly admitting that you never learned how to blog from thriving, professional bloggers.


From there, blogging becomes a simple but sometimes uncomfortable journey of learning how to blog from pros as you run pro advice through your intuitive filter. I follow more commonly held blogging fundamentals these days but still add a twist of my flavor, courtesy of honoring my intuitive nudges.


At the end of the day, trust your gut. But understand how a fair portion of what you do blogging-wise will be based on what top pros teach you to do. Being open to their teaching is a key starting point in figuring how how to blog successfully.


Your Turn


How did you learn blogging?


What tips can you add to this list?


Did you make mistakes trying to learn blogging?


What learning errors should we avoid?

  1. Ryan Biddulph says:
    at 8:24 am

    What blogging education tips can you share?

  2. Anthony Gaenzle says:
    at 9:28 am

    These are all excellent tips, and the transparency into your blogging journey is very helpful. I fell victim, early on in my blogging days, to the thought process that I was doing it right without really doing research to determine whether I was on the right track or not. Once I really dug in to understand my readers, started turning down guest posts that didn’t cut it, updated my site with more in depth info and starting focusing on building genuine relationships with other bloggers (successful bloggers), and humbled myself to understand I didn’t know it all, that’s when things started to head down the right path. Thanks so much for mentioning me in the article. Very much appreciated!

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:00 am

      Hi Anthony,

      Ditto on the early days non-research deal. But even weeks ago, well into my career, I made a massive shift. Everything opens our eyes if we remain flexible on our blogging journey.

      I am getting better acquainted with my readership each and every day, publishing content that they want and nothing more. I doubled down big time on my email list the past week too.

      Being humble, open and detached about it all forms the foundation for a thriving blogging campaign. I learn oodles from top pros like yourself on a daily basis to keep moving clearly in the right direction.

      Thank you!


  3. Eric Cole says:
    at 11:46 am

    Hey Ryan, I am really enjoying your longer posts. The tip about tossing in a blogging tip now and then was a brain tickler. Got me to thinking about how I can relate the process of creating a blog post with an energy or magic process. Great suggestion. Thanks!


    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 12:49 pm

      Hi Eric,

      Much appreciated buddy.

      I am happy to inspire you; linking blogging with a magic or energy process sounds fascinating to me. I will dig that post!


  4. Lisa Sicard says:
    at 12:46 pm

    Hi Ryan,
    Oh my gosh, I’m always learning! Each and every day there is more to learn. The more I learn the more I know I need to learn. Weird, isn’t it? Things are changing so rapidly we have to be continuously learning new things.
    I learn by reading other’s blogs and see how others stay blogging or from those that quit and learn why. Another way I learn is to try new things on the blog and see what sticks and what doesn’t stick. Oftentimes I’m surprised by what may stick. For example, my post on Rumble did very well and I didn’t expect it to. Other times, I’ve written on things that I thought would do well and did not. So you adjust and move on. Thanks for the mention Ryan and have a great day down there! Hope the weather is nice!

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 12:56 pm

      Hi Lisa,

      I can see that and hey, these days, me too! I learned from you to keep learning based on the timelessness of your blog posts. You are always on the cutting edge. The moment some social media or blogging change occurs, you are on it, publishing beneficial content to keep your readers current.

      Quitters usually stop learning due to feeling low energy about blogging. Blogging ceases being fun; why would anyone want to learn about dull, boring, lifeless ventures? Passionate bloggers keep learning. I have been fairly open for years but put my learning campaign into overdrive over the prior 2 weeks. From list building, segmenting and flat out revamping my blogging campaign, everything changed as I learned, adapted and evolved, fast.

      Weather is nice down here. Hits 90 daily and dips into the 70’s at night. Barely a cloud in the sky too. Keep warm up there!


  5. Jan Verhoeff says:
    at 2:27 pm

    When I started – about 22 years ago – blogging was relatively new and often called content marketing. I was writing content for the world to share, in order to market my e-courses. I had learned the basics and was beginning to teach others what I knew. Winging it is a good term for that. Teach as you learn…
    It worked.

    But then, time and experience taught me that there was more to learn.

    One of the biggest lessons ever, Ryan? Be flexible. Don’t be too set in your ways. Work with your readers and find ways to meet their needs, even if it means you have to go with the flow and “wing it” for a bit again.

    But now, there are so many options for learning… I usually seek someone with knowledge first.

    Love this article.


    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 3:16 pm

      Hi Jan,

      This is a great approach to winging it because it demands being flexible.

      Blogging for 22 years is nothing to sneeze at! Amazing how you have been online for that time frame. Time and experience teaches us lessons and we realize we need to learn more lessons as our responsibility, skills and clarity increases. I find myself learning more daily because there is much to learn as I get clearer, more focused and more confident with my blogging campaign.

      Not being set lets you morph into a blogger with their finger on the cyber pulse; definitely key if you intend to become successful.

      Thanks Jan.


  6. Donna Merrill says:
    at 10:20 am

    Hi Ryan,

    I always believed that learning was earning. Once you have the desire to learn, you can take that piece and share it with others. This is what people want from our blogs. Some advice from other bloggers.
    When I started I was learning how to be a network marketer. I never felt comfortable about it because I really didn’t know enough. I just followed the leader. Until they went out of business.
    I quickly learned that if I was to be a successful blogger and marketer, I better get a good grip on marketing. That started my journey of being just me, sharing with my heart and never thinking of making money because I trusted that the universe would provide and it did!
    Keeping my mindset on other people’s problems and writing solutions was a great way to have them follow me.
    But the most important part that I learned is marketing strategy. Building a good list whereby I could give more information to those who took the time to opt into my list.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:51 am

      Hi Donna,

      Super points all around.

      Learn, teach, earn. Stepping slowly but surely through this process feels fun – albeit uncomfortable sometimes – and lets bloggers succeed.

      I also tended toward a network marketing bend but my mentor also vanished. I had to learn how to blog from pros in order to build a strong foundation for my campaign. Nothing worked until I learned what worked from pros and put their successful advice into action.

      Trust the Universe, guys! Listen to Donna. I am trusting more deeply in the Universe and its ability to provide as I proceed. Evidence is my recent shift over prior weeks.

      Learn, learn and learn some more. Build your list. Keep listening to your readers, solve their problems with your content and they will follow you.


  7. Dhruvir Zala says:
    at 10:29 am

    Hi Ryan, thank you so much for this awesome post.

    We should keep learning no matter how great we have achieved in a specific field.

    Buying a premium course is also a legit way to learn the “VIP” stuff about blogging that is not shared anywhere else.

    Anyways, great article.


    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:46 am

      Hi DZ,

      Well said buddy.

      Learning keeps us prepared, confident and clear as we move forward. Not learning makes bloggers feel woefully unprepared, nervous and quite chaotic as bloggers proceed. Learn to arm yourself confidently for your blogging campaign.

      Premium courses rock for learning he best strategies from the best bloggers. What a simple way to accelerate your online success.


  8. Bhavesh K says:
    at 5:54 am

    Hi Ryan,

    Thanks for sharing this article. I will find more content.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 8:05 am

      Hi Bhavesh,

      Sure buddy. Please share your thoughts. What did you like about it?


  9. Moss Clement says:
    at 2:01 pm

    Hi Ryan,

    Your pointers are fantastic and make a lot of sense. The reality is that a person cannot learn from others if he/she is NOT humble. It takes humility to ask for help, and it takes meekness or modesty of heart to accept instructions and apply them. I remember when I started, I kept asking questions to help me understand my blogging direct.
    Thank you so much for sharing this, Ryan.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 4:51 pm

      Hi Moss,

      I have always sensed your humble nature my friend. This is why you are so successful. Being open to advice and willing to learn from pros and put their advice into action makes blogging far easier. Being arrogant or flat out believing we know it all leads to endless struggles, heartache and failure. Learning from pros always accelerated my success. Far easier, simpler way to blog.

      Thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚


  10. Carl says:
    at 1:47 am

    Evergreen strategies that are very logical. It is not difficult to start blogging, I personally think that consistency and persistence are most difficult part of blogging.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 7:54 am

      Hi Carl,

      Agreed on both counts.

      Publishing helpful content covering solely your niche for a long time taxes you. But knowing why you blog and tying the reason for something freeing pull you through the rough patches. Challenging for sure but so worth it.


  11. G says:
    at 9:45 am

    i am from iran
    your posts are so usefull for my blogging strategies. keep going.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:30 am

      Hi G,

      Wow, way cool! I love connecting with readers from all over the world.

      We spent 2 months in Oman in 2018; not too far from your homeland of Iran. We also lived in Qatar for 1 month in 2017. What a fun region of the world. We love the Middle East.

      Thanks for reading and commenting πŸ™‚


  12. shajeer A says:
    at 11:25 am


    Thanks for the post. Literally, i focus on content in my blog rather than any other factors. I will create awesome pieces of content consistently. I think it is enough for success in blogging.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 11:52 am

      I agree with you Shajeer because I see this more with every blog post. Focusing on BFP content and doing a smashing job leads to increased success without hustling around to do tons of work offsite. I definitely network generously but see the benefit of building up home base, on Blogging From Paradise. Build it generously, patiently and persistently and they will come.


  13. Shubham Patel says:
    at 8:42 am

    Thanks Ryan for sharing your experience with blogging, it’s really helpful to grow me with right path.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 11:32 am

      Cool Shubham. I am glad you dug the blog post.


  14. shegowandering says:
    at 2:35 pm

    I’ve been blogging as well the right way for years, but not getting results. I did not take a course, because I couldn’t invest more… Ending up spending years struggling and having no results. Eventually, I started to learn to blog the right way, to grow my blog, but it took more than 2 years to actually get to this level, and I’m still more waiting for the results of the new way of blogging, by writing long, detailed, optimized articles. One thing is for sure, we must always be learning and developing if we want to be successful.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 4:25 pm

      I can tell you are definitely getting there. Struggling for a while feels deflating but deciding to always be learning, developing and also, to keep creating long-form content will position you to become more successful. I only experienced increased success by taking your steps. Being humble, and a flat out sponge to knowledge from pros made my blogging campaign begin to pop. Thanks for reading and commenting πŸ™‚


  15. Alicia Harding says:
    at 4:00 pm

    This is a great post Ryan! Love how honest it is. I love learning new things about blogging and how I can improve it, thank you for sharing it!

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 4:14 pm

      Thanks so much for stopping by, reading and commenting Alicia πŸ™‚ Enjoy your week!


  16. Martin Lindeskog says:
    at 7:24 am

    Ryan: I have learned blogging over a long period of time (since 2002). I see it now as great companion together with my podcasts and newsletter. My web maker has taught me some important lessons, as I am preparing to launch my “last” site. I have been tinkering about the blog format, categories, including audio, photo, and video, etc.

    All the Best,


    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 9:51 am

      Wow Martin. 2002. I can imagine the lessons you learned over the past nearly 20 years. Amazing too as blogging changed dramatically over the time frame. I note how much blogging changed since I dove in some 13 years ago. I too learn from my developer, along with fellow bloggers, readers and life itself. Blogging experience is the ultimate teacher because beyond learning from pros, the lessons you put into action – or resist acting on – give you all you need to know in terms of how to become successful. Thanks much πŸ™‚


  17. JANICE HORTON says:
    at 7:28 am

    Hi Ryan – thanks for this informative and positive post. Right now, I’m at the observing and learning stage of blogging. I really want to grow my website by producing inspirational travel posts for the New Future of travel. I’m a writer by craft and trade so I know my strength is in writing. But over the past year, I’ve been taking courses in WordPress and SEO and Keywords and Analytics as well as learning from my many mistakes – like crashing my site – because I really didn’t have a clue about those things. I’m now trying to hone my niche both as a storyteller and a traveller and I do realise I can only find success – and encouragement – by watching and learning and from being in contact with those out there like yourself who are already doing it successfully. Thanks for your words and encouragement today! Janice

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 9:57 am

      From what I have seen Janice, you are doing awesome. I love your story telling, writing voice and authenticity. I feel the genuine experience over at The Backpacking Housewife and love how you and your husband made bold, freeing decisions to live the life you live. Ditto on WordPress, SEO, keywords, SEO, all that jazz. Actually, I only dove in hard core on SEO optimizing and list building the month prior. No joke. We have much to learn as bloggers but playing to our strengths and patching weak spots with continual learning, collaborating and outsourcing makes for a 3 headed monster slaying all enemies to successful blogging. Great job. Keep it up!


  18. Sukanta Das says:
    at 10:44 pm

    You just mentioned everything at the beginning of this post “Park your ego at the door, be open”. Nice share Ryan. Keep it up.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:07 am

      Cool Sukanta. I am glad you enjoyed the post. See you soon.


  19. Lauren says:
    at 8:46 pm

    This is a really helpful blog post with lots of information about you can learn how to blog successfully. This blog post would be perfect for blogging beginners especially to learn the right way. When I first started 4 years I wish I knew about SEO as now I am having to go back and optimise my blog posts. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and your experience.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 10:25 pm

      Optimizing makes a big difference Lauren. I spotted quite a big shift when I began editing posts to rank higher on Google. Increased passive traffic flowed to me but even better; organic traffic grew too because readers who enjoyed my more in-depth posts read ’em, spent more time on site and also shared the posts via social media. Big time winning scenario here. Being mindful makes all the difference in this regard. You will see the difference as you optimize.


  20. Fransic verso says:
    at 5:16 am

    Great tips, I always learn and recently started updating my blog posts.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 9:25 am

      Smart move Fransic. I dig updating old posts to get more Google traction.

  21. Eri says:
    at 7:40 am

    I loved reading this Rayan. I must admit that I am new in this blogging game. My blog is up a bit less than a year and I am learning every single day. I don’t think I will ever stop learning. I still don’t know how to optimize my posts for SEO. I just love writing long and detailed posts which I would also choose to read. Hope that it will help me long term. Thank you for sharing this!

  22. Ayush Mishra says:
    at 12:27 am

    Hi Ryan,

    Such an information-rich post. You’ve shared to the point tips such as publishing long-form content and being fully transparent are really helpful for every amateur blogger. My favorite from this post is dream visualization and open to learning. Most beginners do this mistake, they just watched some videos and read some articles and think that they learned everything but blogging is a life learning process. Well, all your points are a must-read, I’m going to share this masterpiece so that everyone can leverage it.

    Ayush Mishra

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 12:44 pm

      Ayush you rock brother. New bloggers often believe blogging is as easy as writing a few posts and collecting riches, after watching 2-3 YouTube videos. You know yourself being a seasoned veteran; this gig requires work!

  23. Tanish Shrivastava says:
    at 10:40 am

    It might be contravercial to say, but I do think it has to be pointed out that if you think that an article is going to be short, (after writing for few months, you’ll have an idea,) you should keep it short, and do not inflate it just because everyone says that you should write longer articles.

    I’m interested to read your thoughts on this one. I would also like to read about some failing ideas which you may have seen and observed. Everyone likes to read the successful tips. But I think we should have something to compare those with.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 12:51 pm

      Some posts are best left short, indeed. Others work better as long form posts. As far as posts that get the highest traffic and most profits, and rank highest on Google, long-form generally hits the mark for all but short posts also rake in worldly success too.

  24. The Introspective Man says:
    at 3:54 am

    These are great tips thanks. I will definitely use them going forward thanks.

    • Ryan Biddulph says:
      at 9:02 am

      Cool; thanks for checking out the post.