Blogging Espionage – Is This 2010′s Newest Money Making Method
I recently got an email with the subject line: “The Most Controversial Technique of 2010…25K in One Day.”
The hype got the job done. I opened it to see what it was about because I’d want to know what kind of controversial technique can net you 25K in a day.
Before you read on, I’d like to take a second to let you know that I’m not a beginner and I do make a full time living online through affiliate marketing. So it’s not like I go buying the latest and greatest of these hyped up Clickbank make money products.
And I hardly recommend them to people without first checking them out to make sure its good.
Anyways, the email went on to say that the controversial technique was brand new for 2010, that it had never been done before and the creator of the technique was willing to bet that you’d never heard of it.
It also went on to state, as was mentioned in the subject line, that the creator of the technique was about to make 25K in one day with this underground method.
So now I’m getting even more curious because they never mention the name of the product. This is such a good email campaign but lets see where this leads.
The product was Blogging Espionage and it’s got one of those shiny graphics, Clickbank sales page bursting with popping lettering, screenshots, figures and stinking with hype.
Long story short, I got my hands on the product to see if it lived up to its claims so you won’t have to if it didn’t. And maybe if it did, then you could thank me for putting you onto something that works.
The pdf was the only download available in the members area and it’s about 40 pages deep. It would be worth the $37 if it really does do what it says it does.
It’s 4am here so I’ll go through it after I get some sleep.
One more thing…
The product is by Rob Benwell; the same dude that did Blogging to the Bank. I’m not a big fan of his and I’m expecting this to suck.
Prove me wrong Rob Benwell.
I’ll have a full review of the Blogging Espionage very soon. Probably in a day or two because the product does promise you’ll make money in as little as 45 minutes. (See my full review of Blogging Espionage now.)