Blogging from Paradise guy Ryan Biddulph shares 13 tips to help you become a ferociously persistent networking machine. Use this book to establish your blogging presence quickly. Expand your reach in the blink of an eye. Form prospering bonds with leaders. Grow your blogging business.
Here's what you'll find inside:
Ryan Biddulph is an Amazon best-selling author, a blogger, and a world traveler. His 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 Business Builders Yaro Starak and Ande Lyons.
This was a message I needed to hear although part of me didn't want to hear it. As an introvert, networking doesn't come naturally to me so the idea of "golden rule" of helping others first is a bitter pill to swallow. However, I now feel more comfortable with the idea of reaching out and creating a stronger network thanks to some of the concrete steps the author gives.
The only critique I would offer in terms of content is that the author says "retire to a life of island hopping" way too many times. He makes it more than clear that this is his lifestyle thanks to blogging and networking in the beginning. It gets tiresome when he says it over and over throughout the book.
The narrator was ok in the sense that I could follow what he was saying and his pacing was good. However, his style of reading was inauthentic and sounded like a tacky infomercial.
All that being said, I'm going to buy more books from this author because they're short and seem like they will have similarly useful and practical advice.
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