Do You Interested In Blogging Too The Bank 3.0!

By: nain

I've been yearning to get a hold of some of the blogging information products that have begun to emerge lately, mainly targeted at the Internet marketing world, but certainly of interest to the blogging community. This is the main reason why I became interested in Blogging to the Bank 3.0.

Blogging to the Bank 3.0 aims to use blogs to draw search engine traffic to sell affiliate products. The idea is to research a niche, find a good product to market, grab some traffic, and make sales. Then rinse and repeat, finding new niches, and start building another profitable blog.

The core distinction is the way the blog is created along with the motivation behind the process. Usually with a system like Blogging to the Bank you concentrate on the money making potential, find niches that could be lucrative, for more details visit to fill your blog with keyword rich content, and then do it all over again.

The book is thorough, without being confusing. It definitely goes straight to the point. There is no rubbish, and the writing is not perfect, but that's not what this is about. Blogging to the Bank 3.0 is a breakdown on blogging marketing methods, and not just testimonies from other users.

The Good Parts

For me, the best part was the research procedure. I found it interesting on how the author researched what products he was going to focus on and began formulating blogs for. It's very simple to do because you just use Google and Clickbank to find all the answers and then get to work building a blog that is optimized for the keywords that you decide to focus your marketing around.

The Bad Parts

As always the worst parts was all the hype that goes along with an how-to product like this. I suppose its a necessary evil that most Internet marketers do as well (including myself). I also worry about the long term viability of building blogs that are not full of prime content. It just doesn't sound like a recipe for consistency and I would worry if all your income was dependent on Google search results only. Then again many of us receive most of our traffic from Google, for more details visit to so I guess that's not so bad.

The Bottom Line

At $37 it's not too much money to invest and as always, if you find helpful tips that you can leverage, you easily make your money back.

As a book for absolute beginners it's a nice product, although given the number of choices beginners have to get into making money online it's tough to say where you should start. If you are interested in blogs and you want to see how someone uses them as an affiliate marketing tool to make lots of money, Blogging to the Bank 3.0 is worth a closer look.

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