3 Sneaky Tactics that Put Your Precious Email Newsletter in the Junk Folder

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**Another useful yet entertaining guest post from Ryan Biddulph**

The other day I was walking down Central Park West. Some of the wealthiest real estate on earth.

One block from where we are house sitting lays the San Remo. Tiger Woods, Steve Spielberg and a whole array of celebs have lived there. Or may still live there. Demi Moore just sold her triplex in this building for the stars for $45 million last month.

Yet when I walked in front of this luxury hideaway – spying a sick Lamborghini parked out front – I stepped in gum. Darn. Sticky gum too.

Annoyed as heck, I forgot all about being in one of the wealthiest zip codes on earth because that silly, annoying, agitating moment forced me to focus on the mindless nitwit who spit out their gum on the sidewalk.

I hope it wasn’t Steve Martin. Continue reading…

4 Common Limiting Beliefs New Bloggers Need to Pulverize

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**Another useful yet entertaining guest post from Ryan Biddulph**

You feel terrified.

You may even break into cold sweats.

I vividly remember my new blogger days. Fear dominated my mind. I was just a loser security officer. A fired security officer. I didn’t know SEO from a CEO.

But here I am today. Blogging from paradise.

I learned how to pulverize my beginner limiting beliefs to live my dreams.

If you’re a lost, confused new blogger I feel your pain. I have been there.

Today I want to help you navigate through this seemingly overpowering torment of excited and terrified feelings by eviscerating 4 commonly held new blogger limiting beliefs. Continue reading…

How to Win a Gold Medal in Blogging

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At seven years old Michael Phelps lowered himself into a swimming pool for the first time.

His hair stayed dry.

Back then young Michael would keep his head above water and just float around because he was afraid to put his face underwater.

He did this for months.

With all that floating on his back it’s not surprising that Michael’s first swimming technique was the back stroke. Continue reading…

1 Freeing Blogging Concept that Erases Your Struggles Stupid Quickly

My name is Ryan Biddulph.

I am addicted to leveling up.

Sometimes I write 25 guest posts per week.

Other times I write 10 blog comments daily. REALLY long blog comments.

I don’t accomplish these things to brag about my volume of work. I don’t write this much because I feel this is what it takes to succeed. That is hogwash.

I share because I care. About you.

I want you to erase your blogging struggles quickly.

I do stuff that may seem supernatural to most bloggers by intending to master the concept I will share in this post. Continue reading…

4 Blogging Lessons Learned from Riding a Motorbike in Southeast Asia

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**Another useful yet entertaining guest post from Ryan Biddulph**

I have eaten pavement in Bali.

I have enjoyed some of the world’s most stunning views in Phuket, Thailand.

Riding a motorbike through Southeast Asia over a 2-year stretch has blessed me with a wide range of experiences.

Oh yeah; I also gleaned a few key blogging lessons from these rides to help you build a successful blog.

Put on your helmet, pack your bribe money, pull back on the throttle and enjoy the ride. Continue reading…

5 Tips to Become a Guest Posting Machine

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**Another useful yet entertaining guest post from Ryan Biddulph**

Writing and placing guest posts drips with blogging benefits like:

–increased blog traffic
–greater profits
–more friendships established
–more fun had
–more folks helped

But most bloggers cling to a jambalaya of limiting beliefs related to guest posting.

Today I’ll share tips to help you become a guest posting machine. Continue reading…

How to Log In to Your WordPress Dashboard from Your Bluehost Account

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Having trouble logging in to your WordPress dashboard?

It happens.

Sometimes an unexplainable glitch occurs or maybe there’s an explanation, but hey, you’re new to blogging so you can’t be expected to know everything.

If you still cannot log in to your WordPress dashboard even after changing the password, or you can’t seem to change the password, I found a handy little trick to get you where you want to go. Continue reading…