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Blogging from Paradise: Why Trashing 3400 Blog Posts Was My Greatest Blogging Success

Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
Length: 58 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
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How would you feel after trashing four years' worth of blogging work? In this audiobook, Ryan Biddulph discusses why deleting 3400 blog posts was his greatest blogging success. He also explains why this act was the genesis of the Blogging from Paradise brand.

If you're a struggling blogger, you will need to learn the secret fleshed out in this book.

Learning about this mystical power can accelerate your online income quickly. You may even be able to build a world renowned, inspired brand by choosing to trash a losing venture if you grasp the idea and practical concepts explained in this fun, easy listen.

Expect a funny travel story or two along with practical tips to promote your blogging success.

Ryan Biddulph is a professional blogger who has a thing for the tropics. Blogging from Paradise books have been endorsed by New York Times best-selling author Chris Brogan, Tom Joyner Show producer and O Network ambassador Nikki Woods, and Million Dollar Online coach Yaro Starak.

©2015 Ryan Biddulph (P)2015 Trevor Clinger

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Good Lesson but skip the Audiobook

I thought his message was great and something a lot of bloggers need to hear.
My only negative is he should have hired a professional to read it. It's monotone and very choppy which made it hard to listen to.

Skip the audiobook and buy the Kindle version instead.

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