How to Build Your Business Online by Blogging (Video)

December 13, 2017 15 thoughts
Alonzo Pichardo and Ryan Biddulph chatting on YouTube

 

I am beyond delighted to bring you the latest video in the Alonzo Pichardo-Ryan Biddulph Online Success Series – what I am calling it for now – because like ’em all, it was a fun chat.

 

This video received 7,000 plus views in the first 24 hours after it went live.

 

If you want to build a business by blogging the right way listen to the video chat.

 

Alonzo and I discuss how to succeed online through the platform of blogging. We broke down why you want to blog and how to do it right if you want to thrive online and actually enjoy the ride.

 

Much confusion clouds the minds of newbie or struggling veteran bloggers. I have been in the same, struggling boat. For a minute. But I also woke up and followed the fundamentals of building a rocking blog, to grow my business.

 

Alonzo was far smarter than I; he did things right from day 1 as an online entrepreneur nearly a decade ago, and his stunning success can be seen in the size and loyalty of his tribe. It’s impressive! (Check those video views and the Like to Dislike ratio on his videos; eye-popping stuff.)

 

From owning your online real estate, to branding potential to being a beacon of creating helpful content, blogging is a no brainer for any business builder.

 

Watch the video guys:

 

How to Build Your Business Online by Blogging

 

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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 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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15 Comments

  1. I admire your diligence, your devotion to genuine commenting and your keen insights Israel. We all are learning on this journey – new bloggers and seasoned vets alike – so it’s fun to share, to engage and to promote all of our success 1 little chat at time. Thanks much brother 🙂

  2. Hi Ryan,

    Sincerely, I knew video chats are a good instrument for a rocking blog, but haven’t ever imagined that it’s so instrumental to building a business by blogging. It’s so amazing that more than 7000 views watched and listened to your latest video within 24 hours of publishing it. I think this is another insight for me to take my blogging to the next level.

    I am happy you mentioned in this post that you were once in the struggling boat, but for a minute, you simply woke up one day and started following the basics of building a rocking blog to grow your business.

    As it is now, I am still in the struggling boat, trying to grow my business and would love to sheepishly follow those rocking blogging fundamentals to take my business to the next level soonest. How I wish I could be featured on top sites like you, Ryan! Thanks for sharing!

    Cheers,

    Israel Olatunji

  3. Thanks for the rocking comment Freddy! I have gained inspiration through your persistently fabulous comments, your generous sharing and the fact that you appear to be in 40 million places at once LOL. Well done bro. You are living the concept of generosity and service in all you do. This is it. This is how we make things go. By helping, by sharing value and by acting in a largely detached way, your service and value offered pays immense returns near and long term. The business grows when you are not so concerned with growth but with sharing, with helping and with assisting people in your niche.

  4. Hello Ryan and Alonzo!

    What a great chat!

    I enjoyed the entire conversation. You guys are inspirational and 100% real. I’ve been following Ryan for a while and I know he is a content beast with superpowers and energy to help out the new blogger.

    Successful blogging is all about genuine help in the niche market place. You have to be genuine about the help you want to provide to the people in the niche you are building on. You can tell almost right away when someone is truly wanting to help you and someone who is only trying to help you for a quick buck. I’ve noticed that the most successful bloggers are those who genuinely help and not only helping others but themselves as well by taking massive amounts of action to accomplish their goals.

    A successful blogger is almost like a “leader”. True leaders are never in it for the money. They are in it to lead someone somewhere. You have to think about your readers and how you can help them accomplish their goals as much as possible. The money you make is the Byproduct of the value you put out. As simple as that. The money is the bonus! 😀

    I can share from experience that it wasn’t until I genuinely cared about people and what I was doing for them online that I started to succeed in this type of business.

    I have to say that I am super appreciative of the awesome bloggers I got to meet this year. Ryan, you are a blogging beast man and you have been helping me up my blogging game. I am competitive, so I want to get to your level and have fun on the way! … this is good, healthy, competition! 😀 hehe

    Keep up the great work guys!

    Thank you so much for all the value and inspiration!

    Cheers! 😀

  5. It sure does take some time and persistence Ravi. As you noted, it does happen. Things come together. In a neat way. Just see it through and stuff turns in a more prospering direction. Keep being that inspired shining example buddy for bloggers 😉

  6. Hahaha me too Donna. I could be here forever covering this topic. Alonzo and I often just call it after an hour. We could chat for hours on end. The marriage-money quote of his made me laugh too. Who cares? What is their interest? Why care? It is a weird question, right? The rack ’em and stack ’em stuff is the full 180 opposite of what you, Alonzo and I do. We love people. We enjoy serving human beings. What a different energy opposed to fear-filled folks who try to manipulate numbers and totally objectify human beings. As you, Alonzo and I get a bit more well known online I really do see our types being the new wave of blogging and online marketing. The competitive, fear-based, manipulative ways of the past will continue to fade away. Thanks for the rocking comment my friend 🙂

  7. Amen Shiv, Amen. Alonzo and I both made this empowering decision and you did too. Be bold. Build your business from the right space. Start blogging. Be of service. Opportunities reveal themselves to the diligent blogger who makes the clear decision to live their dreams.

  8. Shiv Says:

    Taking a call for the future is one of the most critical and sometime toughest decision. It can affect the entire life if decision goes wrong but life can be awesome if decision is in our favour.

    Inspite all this, everyone should take a call to move ahead as you did Ryan. Thanks for wonderful thought and valuation information you shared.

    Have a great day ahead! 🙂

    >SK Lohar

  9. Hi Ryan and Alanzo,

    What a great conversation you guys had! I love the part about how people ask “how much money do you make” and Alanzo said “Are we married?” Priceless! I feel the same way.

    “Be in it for the right reasons” to be successful…absolutely. We have to be honest and caring instead of those “rack ’em stack ’em” kind of guys who just treat people like numbers. Developing trust absolutely is key in order to have a brand that people like to visit over and over again.

    Nothing worse than those who I call Jumpers – i.e. those who are trying to sell stuff in all kids of niches. How the heck can we every trust anyone that is doing that.

    O.K. I’ll stop here because I can go on forever. I enjoyed listening to you guys…BRAVO!

    -Donna

  10. Ravi Chahar Says:

    Hey Ryan,

    Building a blogging business can take some time but eventually it happens. People struggle to craft a perfect gig to win the hearts of their readers.

    I believe that consistency is the most important aspect to have the sugar of success you wanna taste.
    Thanks for the video.

    ~Ravi

  11. I have noted how even though your viewpoint has changed some you still write in an informal, valuable style that resonates with your readers. Some travel bloggers are more stuffy, and stiff. You provide excellent insights into your experiences – with some chuckles too – and do so in a manner that connects with your readers. Super combo for expanding your blogging presence online Rhonda, which you are doing quite nicely.

  12. Rhonda Albom Says:

    When I started blogging, I was just trying to keep my friends and family up to date with the goings-on of my family and travel. It wasn’t “right” from a professional point of view but it was right for what I was trying to communicate (and my audience). Time passed and my attitude developed and I saw the value in writing quality content that helps others. Whether income comes or not, I still feel great knowing that people use the information I generate to make travel decisions (and, perhaps, have a laugh too).

  13. Me too Moss. Actually, I stuck with the blog for years but abandoned it because I was mucking things up, not following my passion, chasing profits and all that bad stuff. Lesson learned. Now I am about following my fun and service, feeling like money and traffic and all that stuff is extra, or a bonus. Thanks much for the love!

  14. Hi Ryan & Alonzo,

    You guys did a great job with this video. From the “why ~ the how,” you make it look a lot easier to become a successful blogger.

    The is always a reason why you want to blog. And knowing how to blog the right way from the start is the best you can get.

    Do you know I abandoned my first site because of trial and errors? Yes I did! Your video is a must watch for aspiring, newbies, and the Pros as well.

    Thank you Ryan!

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