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Date Added: 5/12/2009     Reviewer: Habitat
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Blogging to the Bank 3.0 Description

Blogging to the Bank is created by Rob Benwell. In Blogging To The Bank, Rob reveals his secrets and provides you with step-by-step instructions on how to create money making blogs. Using these same techniques, Rob has made up to $90,480 a month and now he's sharing those same techniques with you for only $37.

Blogging to the Bank 3.0 Detailed Overview

Created by Rob Benwell, Blogging to the Bank 3.0 may be one of the most popular internet marketing products on the market today. Blogging To The Bank teaches you step-by-step how to set up profitable blogs that make you money automatically for years. Inside of Blogging To The Bank, there is an abundance of information and techniques. These same techniques within Blogging To The Bank 3.0 are the ones Rob claims he used to build his blog empire.

Blogging to the Bank is not an ebook, but it is better described as a blueprint. Within Blogging to the Bank, you'll find vital information to Blogging success such as:

  • The most successful step by step blueprint for blogging success
  • Choosing the right keywords to generate money
  • Instructions on how to pass the 7 second test.
  • The 2 resources that enable you to utilize the Google Backdoor
  • The 3 essential kinds of optimization that your blog requires

Those are just to give you a sample. A lot more information than that is included within the blueprint. Blogging to the Bank is pretty much a comprehensive review of everything you need to start a successful blog and make money from it. From advanced techniques such as SEO that Rob claims can triple your sites exposure to simple things like what should be visible at the top of your blog.

He doesn't promise too many returns, but it is implied that if you implement the tools and techniques given to you in Blogging To The Bank, you literally could be....Blogging to the Bank.

Blogging to the Bank is a respectable product and it is one of the top products on the Clickbank marketplace. You can purchase blueprint for $47, and if you're unsatisfied with the product, you also receive an 8-Week Money Back guarantee.

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Blogging to the Bank 3.0 Reputation

Blogging to the Bank has made quite a reputation for itself on the internet. The are many honest reviews out there for versions 1 and 2 and the ones that I found are all positive. The product also has a high ranking in the Clickbank marketplace which also is an addition to it's credibility. It's not too expensive either for the amount of information provided and since you get a money back guarantee, it's practically risk free.

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No support from Blogging to the Bank

Just over a week ago I too ordered the blog setup package from Blogging to the Bank. A couple of days later I received a message that they were experiencing technical difficulties and could not setup the blog. They could not offer a time frame for resumption of service. The email directed me to the link from where I could get my refund from CLICKBANK. On follow-up with the support team using the link on the website, I got the message "We are merely a hired support team and have no input into the creation or promotion of Rob Benwell's products".

Not the sort of follow-up you'd expect from a 'leading' CLICKBANK vendor.
 
 


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avatar   by Roxy_65201 on November 23, 2010 at 10:49 AM CST

 
 
 
Neglectful

I ordered the Blogging to the Bank product and was told to send my information in order to get set up. I did everything that was asked and I have been unable to get a response to the tickets that I submit asking about the status of my order. All I keep getting is more product offers. This is a dirty way to do business and just take people's money providing no support. I will not be doing any business with Mr. Benwell again, never.
 
 


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avatar   by redtop on November 21, 2010 at 1:39 PM CST

 
 
 
Save your money

Made the mistake of ordering this turkey more than a month ago, haven't gotten a thing since except more sales pitches. Hasn't responded to my emails except for automated responses.

Perhaps his system has some merit, but he doesn't. The customer service is lacking to say the least. I will be requesting a refund, but don't expect much there either. Fortunately, what I ordered was only 25 bucks, so I'm not out a lot of money.
 
 


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avatar   by 1smk1 on August 31, 2010 at 4:15 PM CST

 
 
 
Just requested a refund - very disappointed

Sorry to say that after three weeks, the blog that was supposed to be set up on my behalf still hasn't been set up. Yet I'm still getting marketing emails from them trying to sell me more stuff...

I emailed twice and the first time they said they were 'behind' - sure, it happens but a)be prepared for the offers you put out there and b) keep people informed.

Another week goes by, I send another email and am told that they don't know when it will be done and that if I wanted a refund I should go through to clickbank.

So I did. Sorry Rob Benwell, you are letting the brits down here..
 
 


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avatar   by robhaworth on August 27, 2010 at 8:41 PM CST

 
 
 
Sorely disappointed

I did find some things that were useful and he caught me off guard as I was looking for something to have a real crack with, so I went for the videos and his company setting me up, over £300. The first thing was the links to the videos were broken, nothing. The url for his template also broken, looks like it was parked. Emailed them five times, no response. Eventually received an email saying they were sorry it wasn't for me and here's the Clickbank link for a refund. I replied saying all I wanted was to be able to watch the videos and get the promised website, no reply. Requested refund through Clickbank Friday and as Rob Benwell is in England, sent him a stinking letter, he will probably have a good laugh tomorrow.
 
 


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avatar   by ukstar on August 15, 2010 at 9:43 PM CST

Why people are not joining this in droves is beyond me. Totally free and always will be.

 
 
 
Hasn’t Impressed Me In Any Way. Save Your Money

So I bought Rob Benwell’s new blogging to the bank 3 sometime ago and finished going through it…

I have to be honest in saying that this latest report hasn’t impressed me in any way.

Here’s the thing:

The “quality” of information in a report is perceived through the eye of the reader. I have a certain level of knowledge, so for me, reading certain information is not productive or helpful. But Newbies could read the same information and find it insanely powerful, new, and exciting.

For me to say something like “I didn’t find anything new in it” or “I didn’t find it helpful” isn’t really helpful for you reading this because you and I have different levels of knowledge – heck a lot of you probably know a lot MORE than I do too!

If you’re in IM for some time – I think you’ll find 90% of it old news and not valuable.

The report, like many I’ve written myself is basically: find a niche market, build a blog, create content, promote the blog, make money.

Don’t get me wrong, the techniques in this report are GREAT – they are powerful, and they WORK… I just think you’ll know them already.

And there’s no new detail either – I’m always open to new ways of looking at things I already know, but there’s none of that – the sections are short and concise, which is great, but again, no real new level of detail.

What it DID have, is a good section on using technorati to promote your blog – I learned some things there and it had good content and detail.

The part about getting your site indexed in 24 hours showed a tool that I hadn’t seen and a nice method for getting links – so that was also valuable.

$37 valuable? Not for me personally but for some, maybe.

There are a bonuses too but if you’ve bought anything of Rob’s in the past you probably already have them.

The thing to remember is that it’s a $37 guide and you’re not really going to get all the meaty information you need to reproduce 6 figure blogs with a $37 ebook alone. Again, the information works, and is great, but it’s 90% old as far as I’m concerned.

If you’re at an early stage in your online marketing life and you’re looking for more info on blogging, niche research, SEO, feel free to check it out but otherwise, save your money.

I hope you’ve found this review honest and helpful.
 
 


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avatar   by coolinternetguy on June 22, 2010 at 9:48 AM CST

 
 
 
Wouldn't even make good toilet paper

I ordered this book with the standard high hopes the Benwell Brothers are consistent with paying big $ to copywriters to create in potential buyers (suckers). Like Matt Benwell, Rob's older brother and creator of the overpriced Zero Cost Profits - known lovingly on IMRC as Zero Profits ;) , bait-and-switch seems to run in the family. There is a movement of "collect a bunch of free articles on the Net and turn it into a book and make a killing lying about what it is and what it does". I have seen these types of materials and they are rather skimpy. Within a few hours of receiving and reviewing the materials, I immediately send to Clickbank for a refund. What an absolutely worthless piece of junk this was... and I did suspect they were related once I reviewed the materials because the suck factor on both products was so high. Pardon my "raw" review, but it makes me so mad when these guys keep tap-rooting into the wallets of the innocent and unsuspecting consumer who is hoping (desperately?) for real solutions and guidance and instead getting... well... the name says it all: Rob-bed. I just received another email trying to sell me another round of this piece of junk. I can't believe the way they just keep throwing the net/Net out and scooping up suckers into their bank accounts with absolutely no conscience. This material is absolutely, totally worthless and rehashed everywhere on the Net for free. If you want to "Blog to the Bank", write good content and promote it. The world needs to know you are there and so is your material... so just write good stuff and go collect eyes. Capisce? Save your money and don't buy this book! You'd be much better off if you are a totally newbie to pick up the IMRC recommended FREE book "Create Your First Website by 3:45 this afternoon". Add that to your content and eyes-collecting efforts (get them to your pages, that's the name of the game) and you're off to the races. Authority Black Book is very good, too. I grabbed it free.
 
 


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avatar   by ItsaGreatLife on March 20, 2010 at 9:11 AM CST

 
 
 
Not worth it

I bought Blogging To The Bank about a week ago now and here's what I think.

The information in it is pretty generic and nothing really stands out. You can find most, if not all, the information in blogging to the bank for free on google, seriously, and the techniques in the course seem to be worn out and not very applicable or effective for today's marketers.

There isn't much difference with blogging to bank 3.0 and the other books, it's like Rob just sold the same book with "3.0" in the title.

I wouldn't recommend this for anyone, not even newbies. I would try something else.
 
 


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avatar   by blitz on March 8, 2010 at 8:42 PM CST

 
 
 
Not worth it in my opinion

Rob’s Blogging to the bank (version 2.0) really revolutionized the world of blogging and I really liked that book, however this eBook is a major disappointment for me. Because this eBook is a complete Copy paste of the previous book. Another frustrating thing about this book other then the same old content, is the methods and techniques explained. These are completely outdated and won’t work with new technologies like (Web 2.0 and. Net). Apart from that, Rob won’t teach you the information on using Plug- in’s and adding Widgets like Amazon or EBay. This is a major disappointment. I expected a great deal of information from this eBook but I must say I am totally disappointed. I highly recommend you to get Rob’s previous book which is far better than this book. Don’t waste your 37 $ to learn old and outdated information. To be very honest I had not learned even a single new method. All the information presented here just worthless in my opinion.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by Blackmagic on February 16, 2010 at 8:20 PM CST

 
 
 
Nothing new

I bought this eBook because I really liked the first edition of this eBook. However I was totally disappointed with this purchase. It was an exact same copy of Rob's old book (Blogging to the bank 1.0). The techniques and methods are same old rehearsed junk. Another really frustrating thing about this eBook is the lack of direction. Rob himself is not aware of what he is writing and adds a lot of fluff in the contents. The contents are very boring and almost all the methods and techniques taught in this eBook are saturated. I would recommend you to please save your 37 $. I had learned nothing new, not even a single technique. It’s a copy paste of Rob's old book.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by Rockstar4 on January 20, 2010 at 8:56 AM CST

 
 
 
Just another rehashed stuff

In Short:Another book with rehashed information that is available for free over the Internet.

More on it: Blogging to the bank(1) created waves when it came out as it was more of a new concept at that time. Now, blogging to the bank 3 does not do justice to it's predecessors.

Let us do a little dissection on what to expect:

The information on setting up a blog: Quite a decent percentage of the guide is dedicated to this hence making it suitable for beginners. But, why should beginners pay for learning how to setup and customizing a blog. Just type away in google "Wordpress Guide" or something along similar lines and you will end up with better stuff.

Information on Getting traffic and Optimizing: Nothing new except rehashed stuff from older versions. Some new concepts can be seen though. But, again most of these are available on the Internet for free.

The actual guide is okay for beginners in my opinion. But, like I keep on saying, all of this is general knowledge to most people and available on the net. This guide would have been great if it had released few years earlier.

Ultimate say: Not worth $37!
 
 


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avatar   by zoebryant1979 on January 11, 2010 at 12:57 PM CST

 
 
 
This isn't worth a $37

The contents of this eBook or "blueprint" they say, is good for beginners and to those who want to start blogging with own domain, web-hosting and using the self-hosted WordPress as a blogging platform.

When I've first bought this product and browsing a bit of the pages, I've figured out and realized that the information I was reading was just like another "make money blogging" eBooks which I already had for free from several blogging tips based blogs (the ones that you can get for free from opt-in).

Above all, I think this blueprint is overrated by most people and a big bait and switch.
 
 


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avatar   by roberthaddad on December 2, 2009 at 12:59 PM CST

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I joined and didn't like at all

I thought this one was lame. I joined and it took me a while to figure it out at first. I never earned from this which is mostly why I think it is lame. It seemed to be a waste of my time and like the other comment, I thought it was a bit of bait and switch.
 
 


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Blogging to the Bank 3.0 Do Not Purchase Here's Why

I have set up multiple blogs on Blogger.com. The one thing I did not like was the templates. I could not get the look I wanted for my blog. Then I came across Blogging to the Bank 3.0 by Rob Benwell. The sales pitch is that it will show you how to set up a blog. It would also show you how to customize it, optimize it for traffic and if you wanted to make money it would also show how to do that. Having some experience albeit not much I felt that this was something I wanted to look into more. I surfed the net for information on the product and decided to give it a shot. I realized rather quickly I should not have wasted my money.

The main problem I have with the product is that it is more of bait and switch to me. In my opinion Rob is using this eBook to get customers to sign up with his hosting company. This is pretty clever if you ask me. Why get a one time $37 by trying to sell old rehashed information you already sold in Blogging to the bank 2.0, when you can get a customer to sign up for a service that you will charge them for on a monthly basis, hopefully for years to come. One of the steps in setting up the blog is getting your own domain name and hosting account. Guess who owns the hosting company he recommends....that's right Rob Benwell.

This eBook does give you somewhat detailed instructions on how to get started. However, unless you have some beginner experience in setting up a blog and using html you will be disappointed. Rob claims it is for beginners, and it is. It is just not for the absolute beginner. If you want a blog that looks different from most blogs you will have problems. If you don't know what ftp is, you will have problems. If you have never heard of html you will have problems, even if you use the template he includes. I say this because the instructions in the ebook are not detailed enough to guide you through the process. For example the steps on customizing your blog leaves out small bits of key information you could use to get this done. Unless you had some prior experience it will be hard to get passed this step and you will have a basic looking Word Press blog if you continue. This is the main reason not to buy this product. You can go to Word Press and get a blog that will look like that for free.

After that there is basic information on how to optimize and monetize your blog that can be found for free all over the web. Unless your lazy and don't want to search

Bottom Line:

If you really want to learn how to set up a blog to make money or just to blog you can get all the information you need by typing how to set up a blog into a web search bar. I would recommend this route. You could also get started at Blogger.com is very simple to use and you can use it to get your feet wet.

There is a lot of very useful information in this ebook just don't pay for it because all the information it contains is out there on the web for free, unless your lazy and don't want to do any research. If this is the case blogging may not be for you anyway
 
 


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avatar   by DBCoach on June 22, 2009 at 8:56 PM CST

 
 
 
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