Blogging to the bank 2.0

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by formvals, Nov 13, 2007.

  1. formvals

    formvals New Member

    [​IMG]Has anyone heard about Blogging To The Bank 2.0
    I just run accross the site and it is mind bogling to me that
    anyone can get that much traffic and make that much money
    useing blogs. I Google'ed him and he seems to be O.K. ,but I
    would like other opinions..
     
  2. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    Never heard of it, you will still have to spend time writing content
     
  3. robertlaf

    robertlaf New Member

    Here is some of Allan Gardyne's review
    who is one of the best in affiliate marketing:
    http://www.associateprograms.com/articles/418/1/Blogging-to-the-bank

    In Blogging to the Bank, he describes three ethical ways to get hundreds or perhaps thousands of one-way links to your site. This is all good, solid stuff.

    However, his traffic generation methods No.4 and No.5 are - to put it mildly - controversial. You probably won't want to use them. They look awfully risky to me.


    Simple - but they work

    As a partly reformed perfectionist, I can't help looking at Rob's blogs and seeing typing mistakes, grammatical errors, design flaws... The blogs look, well, rushed.

    The whole process he's developed seems too darn simple - but it WORKS. He shows you the results to prove it.

    It's fascinating that he does it using free Blogger.com software, without buying domain names, without buying web hosting, without buying advertising.

    If you do use Blogger.com, be VERY careful. Some affiliates using spammy tactics have had their whole network of Blogger blogs deleted without warning. Blogging gurus usually recommend WordPress, which is free from WordPress.org.

    Rob's ebook is a very quick read - only 39 pages. It includes screenshots showing you how he sets up a blog. There's no fluff.
     
  4. robertlaf

    robertlaf New Member

    I went to his site and tried to navigate away from it without buying and an agent comes on in a window and offers me the product for $27 instead of $47, just a tip if anyone is interested in buying it.

    This seems like a great deal for someone just trying to get his feet wet, not wanting to quit my day job, just do it the easy way and get some experience and maybe make some money.
    I have a business lined up already, loss mitigation, so I could possible get started this way, not quitting my day job.

    Has anyone else heard of Rob Benwell?
     

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