10 Branding Tips for Confused Bloggers (Amazon eBook)

April 21, 2017 16 thoughts
Take a cue from the Burger King brand in Yangon, Myanmar…. Whoa….WAIT a second here……


The Pain Point: having no clue in hell why or how you should build a blogging brand.


I get it; branding seems completely not necessary for your blog. You are not Apple, or Google, or Nike, right? No sense going the branding route.


But if you avoid building a blogging brand you are probably setting yourself up for year’s worth of confusion, struggle, frustration and angst. Because to be successful online you must be memorable. To be memorable you must build a blogging brand.


Branding Tips for Bloggers


I want to help ease your confusion and dissolve your brand-building pain so I wrote and self-published an eBook for you:


10 Branding Tips for Confused Bloggers (Amazon eBook)



How Buying and Reading the eBook Benefits You


  • go from confusion to clarity in building a popular, renowned, memorable blogging brand
  • learn why you need to build a blogging brand to stand out (this reason is a biggie)
  • create a blogging brand from a fun, playful, stress-free space
  • tap into the miraculous power of being consistent in creating your blogging brand
  • cut your branding learning curve by years through studying the most successful brands in human history (these guys leave clues; let them make your blogging life easier)
  • enjoy a bucket list, vision board movie eBook cover (Hidden Beach in Bali)
  • access 10 simple, practical tips that you can seize and use immediately to begin building a rocking blogging brand today


Why Build a Brand?


Brands are memorable. If you build your blog around a brand you can attract return traffic easily, versus trying to trip over yourself, stalking readers, running around like a headless chicken in your endless desperate pursuit of traffic, customers, profitable partnerships, etc….


By diving in and using the tips in this eBook you can go from being The Hunter to the The Hunted. This creates peace and harmony where there was one chaos and discord in your blogging life. When all the sweet trimmings of creating a popular blogging brand flow to you, everything gets a whole lot easier.


The “work” part of branding is two-fold. Get mentally clear on your blogging brand message and then move into action to speak that message loud and clear to your ideal readers.


The eBook has it all covered guys.


The eBook Cover


As per custom for all of my eBooks, I snapped the cover image in person.


This was the exact spot where I proposed to Kelli at Hidden Beach in Bali, overlooking the Indian Ocean at sunset.


The Podcast


Podcast alert! Another episode of the Blogging From Paradise Podcast is live. If you want to learn more about the eBook’s benefits – plus about 1 rocking brand-building tip that will help you tremendously – listen to it here:



Ya Need to Stand Out


Even if you get clear on creating content, making friends and assisting people, you need that “next level shit” (as the kids say) to stand out like a chaste nun in 1970’s era Time Square. Branding is the key to reach that next level.


Although I have a neat story, and perhaps salacious sense sense of humor, powerful branding (after struggling like HELL with my blog for many years) helped me land on these websites:


branding tips for bloggers

Having a recognizable blogging brand will make you stand out. This may feel uncomfortable to you.


I know standing out feels really really scary at first – I have been in your shoes – but when you feel the joy and elation, and the satisfaction, of:


  • helping people
  • inspiring people
  • driving more blog traffic than you ever dreamed of
  • making more money
  • expressing yourself creatively and actually having people – versus crickets – reading your posts and listening to your podcasts and watching your videos


….you’ll wonder why in the heck you weren’t building a blogging brand years ago.


Oh wait. You know why. That 4 letter F word. No not that one. Although you may be dropping it a lot when your non-branded blog draws in more flies than human beings (may be stinking the joint up).






Fear is the only energy/thing/feeling that stops you from creating a blogging brand, and that fear often morphs into dream-strangling confusion.


I wrote this eBook to help you dissolve the confusion and to give you full clarity in building an eye-popping brand. The type of attention-grabbing, renowned brand that will help you stand out from a crowded blogging niche.


If you’re ready to turn that confused pain into clear pleasure buy:


10 Branding Tips for Confused Bloggers (Amazon eBook)



Once you finish reading the eBook please post a positive review on Amazon if you enjoyed the read.


Let’s spread the word together, to help a bunch more bloggers cut through branding confusion so they can be heard far and wide.

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Ryan Biddulph

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 has written and self-published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon. Ryan can help you build a successful blog with the 11 Fundamentals of Successful Blogging Audio Course.
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  1. Thank you Nagesh.


  2. I really love the idea of branding. Thanks, it was nice read.

  3. Sounds good Andy thanks.


  4. Thank you Naveen for reading.


  5. Naveen yadav Says:

    Hey Ryan,
    Branding becomes much important to make someone easily trust you.
    Bloggers jut get afraid if they can not reach to that level or something bad happen.
    But surely made great point thank you for sharing

  6. Cool Akash. A biggie indeed, this branding thing is.

    Thank you 🙂


  7. Akash Sharma Says:

    Branding is important indeed.
    I will buy this book.
    Thanks for sharing Ryan.

  8. Helping is so easy to do and it builds the cornerstone for a well-known, heart-centered brand.

    Thank you for sharing Ravi.


  9. Ravi Chahar Says:

    Hey Ryan,

    Building your own brand is the key to driving more people towards you. There are millions of blogger but most of them are confused and afraid of taking a step further.

    Helping others is always the best thing you can do. In this blogosphere, it’s easy to appear as a brand but it’s hard to actually build it.

    Thanks for the podcast.


  10. That buy out point is so key Donna; keen insight. The brand IS the story, and when you build a powerhouse brand you reel folks in through that powerful story. Loving the comment. Thanks a bunch.


  11. Hi Ryan,

    Branding is the key to any business, as you’ve demonstrated so many household name enterprises here… all known for their “brand” more than anything else.

    That’s why when a well-known (ie., well-branded) company gets bought out by another company… they often buy their “name” along with the rest of the business. In fact, sometimes a company will sell only their brand name, while they continue doing business under a new name.

    Maybe you can’t tell a book by its cover, but you can almost always tell a blog or website by it’s brand.

    That’s because a well-developed brand tells your whole story.

    There really is “miraculous power” in creating your blogging brand, as you’ve promised to reveal in your ebook on the subject.

    I just know it’s a must-read to get past the confusion on this topic, and branding your blog or online business certainly is a must-do.


  12. That really is the best answer Matthew.

    We have so much potential and opportunities abound but most folks let fear get in the way of their success, and if you just hand off the fear and need to control everything the terrors evaporate into peace. And you build a more powerful brand 🙂


  13. Hi Ryan,

    Branding keeps crossing my path lately. I’m currently reading the new book coming out called The Road to Recognition by Barry Feldman and Seth Price…personal branding plays a big part now in everyone’s life who wants to do something noteworthy on the internet. Everything we do becomes part of our brand. Pretty much forever. Then our blog has a brand, sometimes separate from our personal brand, but not really. Our personal brand affects our blog branding. They’re pretty much married, unless you blog anonymously.

    Fear. There’s a reason why the sacred writings address the topic so much. We can overcome. We are better off taking the responsibility off our shoulders and giving it to God.



  14. Exactly Max. Fear does tend to sway our direction if we allow it to do so.

    But you offer a very real, tangible, practical solution too. What do you fear more? Diving into life and stumbling a little bit or missing out on everything. Goodness I felt so scared to embrace life before I began blogging. Since then though I have done a better job embodying the Satchel Page quote.

    Thanks so much Mr. Daredevil for the inspired comment 🙂


  15. Maxwell Ivey Says:

    Hi Ryan; Well, we both know that fear is at the heart of so many of our decisions. However, I think I’ve come up with something that will help people with this. I often find that changing the focus really helps people to take action. So, I tell people that fear is inevitable I just choose which scares me more. I am more afraid of missing out on life or an opportunity than I am afraid of failure or looking silly. I love Satchel Page’s quote. “dance like no one is watching, work like you don’t need the money, and love like you have never been hurt before.” I didn’t pick either of my brand names, I just thought about the work I was doing and got to doing it. My first site was called the midway marketplace. People started calling me Mr. Midway on their own. I went online to promote equipment sales. People didn’t know any other visually impaired bloggers, so I became The Blind Blogger. And recently you dubbed me the marvel daredevil of blogging. 😀 So, I agree with your first comment for people to focus on the pain, the fear, and the solution to both to come up with a brand name. I will also tell them don’t get so wrapped up in creating the perfect image for your brand to the point that you put off doing the work or telling people about your offerings. Thanks Ryan. You are a good friend and even more talented blogger. Many blessings, Max

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