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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, 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 at Blogging From Paradise.
Last updated on May 21,2019.
Imagine a spider web.
When my wife Kelli and I traveled to the remote jungles of Costa Rica we saw spider webs 6 feet – aka 2 meters – across. Massive golden orb spiders spun these webs, like the one I photographed above who lived outside of the house.
On further inspection I saw how these Shelob-like creatures built their webs; 1 node, and 1 connection at a time.
After creating a node the spider spun a linking strand, connecting it to another node.
After a few hours of noding and linking a massive web appeared in the jungle, reaching far and wide.
Your blogging friend network is no different. Each friend you make is like a node. Each strand you create is the connection you establish between nodes.How to build a successful blog and build strong bonds with readers? Pro Blogger Ryan Biddulph shares some tips via pvariel.com Click To Tweet
As you make more friends and developer stronger bonds with your blogging buddies your online presence expands far and wide, not unlike the huge webs of the golden orb spider.
Benefits of Having Blogging Buddies
- generate traffic
- grow your email list
- increase your profits
- boost your comments
10 is better than 1. 100 is better than 1.
You can try to blog on your own, leading to failure. Or you can make a bunch of friends by helping fellow bloggers and see your online presence expand exponentially.
Follow these 4 tips to build stronger bonds with your readers.
1: Respond to Every Comment Build strong bonds
Respond to each and every comment on your blog to forge strong bonds.
- I just responded to a comment from my friend Donna Merrill on my blog. Although we are established buddies each comment fortifies our friendship.