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1 Analogy for the Chief Benefit of Being Prolific

by Ryan Biddulph
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For the past 3 weeks I have lived in a semi-rural area of the United States, in New York State. Forests surround me.

Next week, I will move to a tiny town serving as the gateway to a massive forested region in New York State called the Adirondacks. 17 days after that, me and my wife Kelli move to the northern end of the Adirondacks. During that month long stretch we spend time by and in a forest spanning 6 million square acres, or 24,281 square kilometers.

Chief Benefit of Being Prolific

Yep; that’s a big forest. Big enough to boast moose, bobcats, beavers and even Sasquatch, which many of you may recognize as the Yeti, as inhabitants. The Adirodacks are filled with a seemingly endless amount of trees. I look forward to exploring this vast, remote wilderness.

Forest Analogy

Imagine walking through 24,281 square kilometers of trees, by foot, with a few small towns in between, if that. For weeks, then months, all you will see is trees. No way can you escape the trees because everywhere you look, trees stand beside you, providing you with cool shade, shelter from storms and a general peaceful presence.

Imagine developing your prolific writing skills over many 1000’s of hours. After publishing blog posts and guest posts daily for 5 years, you planted the seed for a tree in the forest. Each seed grows slowly but surely into a tree. The more seeds aka blog posts you plant, the better. Why? Like the hiker being surrounded by trees for months while hiking through a huge forest, readers in your blog niche become surrounded with your helpful, targeted content EVERYWHERE they turn, for days, months, then, years.

Trees provide you with shelter from the sun and rain. Helpful blog posts provide you with targeted solutions to solve your products. Being prolific allows you to help more people. Helping more people feels good and also accelerates your blogging business success. But building a blogging content forest comes at a cost; you must practice writing and create content daily for years to become skilled, clear, and confident enough to boast a prolific blogging machine label.

Some people believe me to be a robot. Others, a cyborg. Alas; I am a human being who loves blogging. So I blog. Writing and publishing blog posts and guest posts daily for years allowed me to create a decent-sized Blogging From Paradise content forest. Readers see me here, there and everything in the blogging tips niche. Folks spot me on my blog and through guest posting gigs. I simply published helpful content daily but did so for years. 

Unfortunately, most bloggers struggle because after writing and publishing 4 blog posts these individuals expect to drive serious traffic and profits. But imagine planting seeds for 4 trees? Even after the seeds have grown into trees years down the road, hikers walk through your trees in 10 seconds. No exposure. Nobody sees you or your blog posts. Nobody knows who you are.

Plant seeds for a blogging forest to gain massive exposure. Be generous to become prolific. If someone offers you guest posting rights, freaking seize it and use it! I DO NOT play around when it comes to guest posting. Vishwajeet can attest. I have published 1000’s of guest posts on various blogs and 1000’s of blog posts on Blogging From Paradise to help folks as I grow my blogging forest.

So far, so good.

Be generous. Be prolific. Build your blogging forest to accelerate your online business success.

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Ayush Mishra August 28, 2020 - 9:08 am

Great Post Ryan, keep sharing these type of valuable content.

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