Blogging To The Bank 3.0 – No B.S. Review

Rob Benwell is the author of the blogging to the bank series and has recently released the latest edition, Blogging to the Bank 3.0. The content Benwell delivers is responsible for helping many new entrepreneurs to pursue a career online with his blogging techniques. So how does the latest version stack up?

Let’s start with what’s inside:

A brief discussion about recent changes affecting choice of platform
Features your blog must have in order to generate revenue
Market and keyword research
Why you must have domain hosting
Creating your blog
SEO for your blog
Getting content
Promotion and backlinks
Advanced SEO
Web 2.0 strategies
+ bonuses…

Who stands to gain from this product?

On a scale of beginner to advanced, this product best suites beginners. Much of the information is basic and would not be recommended for advanced bloggers.


If you own Blogging to the Bank 2.0, you’ll find that the contents of 3.0 are very similar with the exception of a couple of minor tweaks. If you don’t own version 2.0, then Blogging to the Bank 3.0 will help you move forward from the first version.

**For a more advanced blogging product you may be interested in Leanne Kings’ Quick Websites For Flipping Cash. This report is jam packed with powerful blogging techniques that can have you setting up multiple profit producing blogs in a hurry. It’s a great buy at $7 and I highly recommend it.

2 Responses to “Blogging To The Bank 3.0 – No B.S. Review”

  • ahmad on April 18, 2009

    I have this product. What can I say. It is good for newbie who want to start a blog and make money from affiliate. The different from BTTB V1 is they using wordpress. Are blogspot really died today?

    • nando on April 18, 2009


      Thanks for commenting, blogger blogs are not dead, but you can’t set up a bunch of adsense blogs with them and leave em for dead. Google will shut em down, however to illustrate how effective they can be look up the term “make money online” and you’ll see that one of the top ranking blogs for that term is a blogger blog. The owner of that blog explains exactly how to do it. Good Stuff.

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