Work from Home Program – Niche Blogging Review

June 28, 2014 by
Filed under: Programs, Reviews 

In an earlier article, I told you we would have reviews. Well, here is our first review of a work from home program. I hope you find it very enlightening and helpful.

This review is based on a Niche Blogging Program that was created by a stay-at-home-mom. She started internet marketing back in May of 2007 and has developed a method to produce income through the creation of niche blogs. How has the program done? Well, she has paid off a ton of debt and is currently earning over 5K per month just from her blogs alone.

The basics of the program:

1. Costs – As of today, her training program is $19.95 per month. Additional costs you’ll have to pay to third parties would include web hosting (about $8-10 per month) and a domain name (around $10 per year). Those are basically all the expenses; there are some additional tools you might want, but they aren’t required.

2. Work – You’ll choose topics of interest and write about them (a total of around 60 blog posts for a 6 month period). Once you’ve completed the content and done a few marketing tasks, this work from home program will start earning money without your intervention. The idea is, do the work in the beginning and let the blog keep earning for years and years. You can create more blogs to earn even more without any additional costs (just your time to set things up and write). The program also has an optional coaching membership ($49 per month) and lifetime membership ($197 one-time fee).

The Good and the Bad:

1. Good – Her training methods are nothing less than outstanding. She explains everything, I mean EVERYTHING, step by step and even uses videos to make the tasks easier. Not only that, but if you have questions or don’t understand something, you can post a comment and she replies with an explanation very quickly. There are plenty of people who will sell you a work from home program, but no one I know of will support you and help you work towards success the way she does.

2. Bad – Now, it’s time for the negative side of things. There aren’t really too many negatives with this work from home program, but I can think of two things that I didn’t like. When choosing themes for your blog, she promotes a particular theme and gives special instructions for using it. The theme costs $5. Those of us using other themes didn’t get the special instructions, because she didn’t have as much knowledge about them. However, this ended up not being a problem at all, because the site has a great forum and the members there will gladly help with issues like this. The other negative has to do with article submission services, which is part of marketing your blog. The program she uses for her blogs is a little expensive, but there are cheaper alternatives. I actually found one that submits articles for free called spin2submit.com.

Recommendations:

If you enjoy writing or blogging and would like to build a business that will earn you money well into the future, then I recommend you join this great work from home program. It’s not a ‘get rich quick’ scheme. It takes effort and patience, but I know in 6 to 12 months from now, you’ll be glad you did. I also recommend you not buy the lifetime membership, because you won’t need it. After about 4 months of the program, you should have enough knowledge to succeed and you can cancel. You probably won’t need the coaching membership, either, unless you really need someone to ‘spoon-feed’ you, because her lessons are very easy to follow.

She also offers a money-back guarantee. If you’d like to give her program a try, here’s the link. You won’t regret it.

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2 Comments on Work from Home Program – Niche Blogging Review

  1. rj on Thu, 11th Jun 2009 1:09 am
  2. could you please send the link for Niche Blogging?

  3. admin on Thu, 11th Jun 2009 1:30 am
  4. rj… yes, I will send you the link. I’m not sure why the link disappeared on the site, but I’m glad you brought that to my attention. Thanks, now I can fix it.