7 Smart Monetizing Tips for Hungry Travel Bloggers (Amazon eBook)

December 30, 2016

Our stunning view of the Freedom Tower in lower Manhattan here in NYC.


After meeting a boatload of travel bloggers yearning to go from part time job have’ers to full time digital nomads I wrote a monetizing-centered eBook.


Peep it below.


This video fleshes out 1 common travel blogging monetizing error. And how to correct it.



7 Smart Monetizing Tips for Hungry Travel Bloggers

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Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, Positively Positive, Life Hack, John Chow Dot Com and Neil Patel Dot Com. He can help you become a full time blogger with this eBook.
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  1. Hi Mike,

    Blogging predominantly for fun, for the love of blogging, can help you get on the right track. Because burn out can indicate you are swaying a bit from fun and moving towards blogging for some outcomes: traffic, profits, etc.

    Especially when personal issues arise you want to really get hyper clear on having loads of fun with blogging, and if you feel tension arise you are straying from love/fun toward a place of fear.

    This post can help ya a ton Mike, because the tension/burn out builds when you’re attached to 1 – or many 😉 – blogging outcomes. Enjoy!



  2. Hi Ezra,

    By feeling the fear. This means finding a quiet spot, relaxing your mind, slowing things down and actually feeling the terror, or worry, or whatever the feeling really is.

    I suggest grabbing a pillow – for punching or crying into – and going to town.


  3. ezra Says:

    Face, embrace, and release the fear. Don’t want to sound any dumber than necessary, but how do you do that?

  4. baseballmh1012 Says:

    If you have been blogging for a while and hit a wall, how do you keep the interest going? I’m faced with a little burn out based probably on personal issues and wanted to know if you have a video or blog post on how to regain the energy? Thanks.
    Mike (Nomadic Texan)

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