The World’s Most Controversial Bloggers

April 9, 2019


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EDITOR’S NOTE: The bloggers listed here are not endorsed by or affiliated with Build Your Own Blog.


Building a loyal, passionate blog audience is much easier when your content isn’t boring.

Successful bloggers, those who build large audiences, keep their content interesting by mixing in stories, humor, and inspiration.

And then there are the bloggers who take it to a whole new level by embracing Controversy. 

Gasp! Controversy? You mean, like, content that gets people angry, emotionally charged, and outraged? Won’t that turn some people off? (more…)

7 Great Resources You Can Use To Make Your Blog Shine

April 2, 2019

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**This post was written by a guest contributor. If you are interested in writing a guest post for Build Your Own Blog, email Matthew at**


It seems like everyone and their dog has a blog these days. 

In fact, there are billions of blogs out there, all fighting for attention. So how do you make your blog shine? How do you stand out from the rest of the competition, especially when there are so many good blogs out there? (more…)

After the Blog, Marketing Hacks You May Have Missed

March 28, 2019
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**This post was written by a guest contributor. If you are interested in writing a guest post for Build Your Own Blog, email Matthew at**


I bet you feel that being a better writer will give you the edge you need to reach your blog traffic goals. If you do, I agree.

It could.
Well, maybe.
Writing is a vital skill.
But, here’s one more little success factor to consider… (more…)

WordPress for Beginners & SEO for Newbies – Ashley Faulkes [EP 47 The Blog Chronicles]

October 2, 2018
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WordPress for beginners

Ashley Faulkes is my special guest on this episode of The Blog Chronicles.

Ashley is a Blogger, Web Developer, and WordPress expert over on his website – MADLEMMINGS.COM

Hailing from Australia, at the time he set out to study a degree in mechanical engineering. After years of studying Ashley felt that he had no interest in the subject at all and set out to travel the world and do other things.

Even doing a ski instructor course while he was living in Canada.

In 2001 when the DOT COM bust was happening, work was very scarce. Fortunately, Ashley, at the time was approached by an old university friend who offered him a very good opportunity in Switzerland to become a web developer. Ashley jumped at the opportunity even though he knew nothing about the internet he used his technical skills to master whatever he set out to do.

Since then Ashley has never looked back, and although Ashley claims not to be an expert in his field he has a wealth of information on how to get started online in a professional manner. (more…)

The Most Interesting Travel Blogger on the Internet – Ryan Biddulph [EP 46 The Blog Chronicles]

September 5, 2018

Ryan Biddulph

Time for another episode of The Blog Chronicles!

My guest on this episode is Ryan Biddulph, he is an accomplished prolific Travel Blogger on Blogging From Paradise  Dot Com, where he travels the globe and blogs from one paradise to the next.

Here Are Some Of His Pro-Blogging Accomplishments:  (more…)

Prepping for Blog Success with Daisy Luther [EP 45 The Blog Chronicles]

July 24, 2018

Daisy Luther

Daisy Luther is an Emergency Preparedness Survival blogger.

She currently owns The Organic Prepper Dot Com, Preppers Daily News Dot Com, The Lost Art Of Blogging Dot Com and Daisy Luther Dot Com. (Still in progress) (more…)

Blogging for Special Needs Children: Meet Dawn Marie Perkins at [EP 44 The Blog Chronicles]

June 28, 2018

Dawn Marie Perkins

Dawn Marie Perkins is a full-time homeschooling Momma of 18 years. Hospital Certified Nursing Assistant and a fit mom with a totally self-taught geeky side.

She lives in Eastern Washington with her husband, the youngest two of their six children. Her Dad, two yappy Pomeranians and an assortment of backyard chickens.

Most of Dawn’s listeners are parents of children who have special needs. (more…)

Blogger Success Bulletin: Spring 2018

May 10, 2018


blogger success Bulletin

Are you ready to meet three new bloggers out there taking action and making things happen?

One is a funny guy with Aspergers, another lady documents her nightly dreams and the third blogger is motivated to remember the lives of great human beings who deserve more attention to the life they lived.

Alrighty then, let’s meet our first blogger! (more…)

Should You Start a Podcast? Maybe. Find Your Answer with Prolific Podcaster Nathan Fraser [EP 43 The Blog Chronicles]

April 29, 2018
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Nathan Fraser

On this episode of The Blog Chronicles, we’re going to be talking about podcasting, more specifically, how podcasting can help a blogger grow their audience to reach its full potential.

Today my guest is Nathan Fraser -‘The High Priest Of Propaganda.’

Nathan has been a prolific podcaster since the late 2000’s and before he even knew what blogging was, he was creating content and building websites.

Mainly as a political activist, Nathan used his blogging skills to create a communication that he thought lacked through main-stream media authority. For about ten-years Nathan stayed under the radar writing content about political issues using many different pseudonyms before coming out as ‘Nathan Fraser,'(which is his real name, so, if you are really good at internet research you may just still find some of his ‘old stuff.’ ) 😉

In this ‘down the rabbit hole’ episode of  The Blog Chronicles, I spoke with Nathan and learned that he has certainly had a very interesting and colourful background. His marketing skills and the urge to push on be persistent in what he wanted to achieve as an entrepreneur building businesses and serving people in the free market, all of these things led him down many avenues, twists and turns before becoming – The High Priest Of Propaganda. (more…)

University Study Concludes: Self-Employment Leads to Happiness

April 27, 2018

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Recently, I came across something that caught my attention.

The University of Exeter came out with a new study that confirms what I’ve been telling Build Your Own Blog readers for years: self-employed people enjoy their work more and find it more rewarding. 

The study analyzed 5,000 people in four different countries doing various types of work.

The researchers discovered one primary reason why: (more…)