Why Do Bloggers Struggle to Gain Popularity?

Why do some bloggers get popular with minimal effort while others struggle to gain popularity?

One word: posture.

Having posture allows your popularity to flourish. Not having posture makes it difficult to become popular. I observed bloggers working like dogs who do not gain traction. I also witnessed bloggers who work moderately from a peaceful vibe who gain massive popularity. A few bloggers built tribes numbering in the tens of thousands of people. Each popular blogger put in serious time and generous service but never strained, strived and worked themselves tired, like struggling, unpopular bloggers.

What gives? Posture made the difference.

Posturing bloggers exude confidence, clarity and trust in self. Each energy reflects back to them as increased blogging success. Posturing bloggers blog intelligently and effectively, leveraging their presence.

Note how I guest post on up to 5 or more blogs daily. I gain popularity because my vibe influences me to guest post. I do as popular bloggers do to access greater exposure. But non-posturing bloggers blog unintelligently and ineffectively, ensuring no one knows who they are. Non-posturing bloggers struggle to gain popularity by rarely blogging, by seeing themselves as being lazy and by making lame excuses guaranteeing their online failure.

How to Build Posture

Surround yourself with confident bloggers. Learn their ways. Engage in daily energy management through meditating, patient observation and an exercise campaign. Believe deeply in yourself. Trust in yourself. Success flows to you. Never panic. Never chase success from a heavy fear vibe. Trust in the blogging process. Believe success is your birth right.

Think and act like a successful business owner before you succeed. This is the prime element in developing strong, granite-like blogging posture. Accept only payments aligned with your posturing ways. Never accept low-ball overs from scared bloggers who drive a hard bargain. You literally get what you choose to get by how you choose to see yourself.

Nobody forces you into losing posture because you choose to chase success or to allow success to flow to you. No blogger struggles to gain popularity if the blogger believes deeply in self and knows success flows to the individual. I adopted a different blogging and life attitude a while back. I observed how my struggles grew because I lacked posture. But by facing and feeling fears, I slowly, steadily built my blogging posture.

No longer did I desperately grab at opportunities flowing to me from lower energy circumstances. I negotiated pricing mildly but held my ground during low ball bartering sessions.

All changed following my inner change. You need to develop posture before you gain wealth and popularity through blogging because outside conditions lag inner realizations. Re-read that line to understand why bloggers get popular or fail to get popular.

Popular bloggers blog from a relaxed, confident vibe well before becoming a known commodity, blogging how popular bloggers blog, before gaining fame. Unpopular bloggers never get popular because their panicked, frenzied and desperate energy or their defeatist, lazy, low self esteem energy dictate, as within, so without. Feel unpopular and it shall be so in the outside world.

At the end of the day, popular bloggers generally have no interest in being popular because real pros simply intend to have fun helping people, and have little interest in being popular. Focus heavily on the process and let outcomes like popularity, traffic and money take care of themselves.


Do you want to know how to live your dreams? I wrote an eBook detailing how to adjust your energy in order to make your dreams come true.

Buy my eBook:

Law of Attraction Series: How I Manifested a 4 Year Trip through the Tropics

Written by Ryan Biddulph

Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author, and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, Positively Positive, Life Hack, John Chow Dot Com and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and self-published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon and can help you build a successful blog at

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

What Blogging Activities Do You Need to Let Go?

Should You Share Your Link in 20 Spots or Just Guest Post?