Become a Blogger Premium Opens with Free Offers

Blogging gurus Yaro Starak and Gideon Shalwick has just opened the doors to their highly anticipated new coaching program, Become a Blogger Premium. Anyone who is serious about taking their blogging efforts to the next level should check the new program out.

Yaro and Gideon are masters at simplifying complicated “geek talk” and have put together an amazing new online video course based on their very popular Become A Blogger video series. They’ve already had close to 70,000 downloads for their blogging tutorial videos. If you read the Roadmap to Become a Blogger, then you know the quality of Yaro and Gideon’s work. Inside their new program, you’ll discover:

  • Clever tricks for getting top search engine results for your blog posts…
  • Exactly how to get images onto your blog in the right format, size and shape…
  • Easy-to-follow instructions for getting streaming audio onto your blog…
  • “Hold-you-by-the-hand” tutorials for producing professional quality videos and getting them onto your blog quick and easy, without any hassle…
  • Powerful content creation techniques for attracting hordes of daily new traffic to your blog…
  • Simple methods for driving multiple streams of highly qualified traffic to your blog…
  • Step-by-step instructions for making a consistent income from your blog using all the latest social media strategies…
  • And Much MUCH more…

Yaro and Gideon has been in the blogging game for a while now, so they know what they’re talking about. For example, Yaro, makes as much as $70,000 per month from his blogging ventures. So, I’m sure you can learn a few things from him.

24 Hour Quick Action Bonus Offer

For only the first 24 hours, Yaro and Gideon are making available two very powerful bonus products. One cuts your online video learning time in half, and the other could make you heaps of cash by following some simple advice from a prominent sales conversion expert.

But you only have 24 hours to be eligible for these two bonus products. Once the time runs out, they’ll remove the bonuses and then you wont be able to get them any longer – unless of course you want to pay a lot extra.

Membership in Become a Blogger Premium is being introduced at a special price of $27 per month and that is only valid for the first week of this launch. After December 11, 2008 , the price will go up to $47 per month. So, you have a week to get it at $27 per month but only the next 24 hours to get those fast action bonuses. Better get a move on!

Become a Blogger Premium is covered by a 60 day money back guarantee. Try out the Become A Blogger Premium Membership for 60 days, and if you’re not completely satisfied, just let Yaro and Gideon know and they’ll give you an instant refund, no questions asked.

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66 thoughts on “Become a Blogger Premium Opens with Free Offers”

  1. Ryan McLean says:

    These are some great free offers. I have already signed up to get their free ebook. I am sure it will help my blog grow loads

    1. What is in the ebook? Will it teach me how to grow my blog and will they spam the crap out of my email box?

      1. Hi there “Writers Needed…”

        I’m the co-author of The Roadmap report so I’ll do my best to answer your question…

        The ebook consists of two parts:

        1. The Roadmap with 5 milestones you need to reach for successful blogging (this is really just an overview and gets everyone on the same page)

        2. X-Factor strategies for helping to increase the effectiveness of your blog (basically a bunch of social and multi media strategies)

        To see more detail, you can just sign up and verify this for yourself. Of course you will go onto an email list, and you will get some emails from us, but they certainly wont be classified as spam.

        But more importantly, you can unsubscribe from the email list at any time if you’re not happy with what you receive.

        Just bear in mind that we are in the middle of launching our membership program, so there will be a few emails sent over the next week or so.

        I hope this helps, and let me know of you have any other questions – you can email me at gideon [at] becomeablogger.com if you have any more concerns πŸ™‚

        Talk soon!

        Gideon Shalwick
        Becomeabloger.com

        1. blogmerchant says:

          I went through the self discovery excersises in your ebook. What can I do with this information? I think it’s easier for an outsider to make an objective analysis of this kind of data.

          1. Hi blogmerchant

            I’m not sure what exactly you mean by “I think it’s easier for an outsider to make an objective analysis of this kind of data.”

            Perhaps you could elaborate a bit and then I can help you out better…

            Gideon Shalwick

          2. blogmerchant says:

            Well, it’s kind of like giving advice. People are generally pretty good at it but when it comes to their affairs, you can hardly be objective.

            I guess my point is two fold:

            1.) I have collected the data as you outlined, what should I do with it?

            2.) After collecting the data, I’m not sure I’m any closer to being able to narrow down a niche.

            Thanks.

      2. Blog Expert says:

        Interesting stuff. I do not think you need this kind of stuff. There are not many secrets to blogging. So why pay for this stuff? Get something free like bloggingschool.net

        1. Ecko says:

          C’mon, they’re trying to make more money. So, that’s why they sell this stuff. Just appreciate it. πŸ™‚ Anyway, thanks a lot for your info about bloggingschool.net. Is it yours? πŸ™‚

      3. The e-book won’t show you anything that you don’t already know.

      1. Name one thing thats “awesome”.

        1. You don’t think he read it or something?

    2. Ben Pei says:

      Free ebook? I am going for it as well..

  2. “Yaro, makes as much as $70,000 per month from his blogging ventures” Wow, I thought he only made $10,000 as it says on his blog.

    I guess he hasn’t updated for a while.

    1. Trevor says:

      Exactly. Maybe someone should tell him to update it!

      1. youtube says:

        yes i totally agree with you.. congrulations

    2. Li Weng says:

      Maybe 70k on the top end (when he launches products), but 10k from regular blogging?

  3. okay if i sign up it is a money back guarentee after 60 days but if i want to cancel after 6 mos will there be a penelty for doing that.

    1. Hi Moneca

      When you sign up, you will only get charged for 6 months, and then the payments will automatically stop. You will, however, still have lifetime access to the site if you complete the 6 months of payments, getting access to any updates we might have.

      If you cancel before the 6 months is up, you wont get lifetime access.

      Hope this clarifies it a bit for you πŸ™‚

      Gideon Shalwick
      Becomeablogger.com

      1. gideon,
        what’s the difference between this program and yaro’s?

        1. Hi Atlanta Wedding Photographer

          Become a Blogger Premium and Blog Mastermind are intended to be complementary programs, not competition. There is some overlap between the two programs, but the differences are quit significant too.

          BAB Premium is taught by me (Gideon) through videos that focus very much on the visual steps you need to take to get things done. It’s very much for beginners who want to learn how to do everything on their own.

          BM is mostly a text based program (with audios too) and Yaro does not teach the technical aspects the way I do, rather he suggest people outsource all tech work.

          The pricing point is different, BAB Premium will open at $27 a month for the launch week. BM was $97 a month.

          The content within the courses reflects the different pricing points and you might look at BM as the big brother to BAB Premium, although they are both complete programs.

  4. To be honest with you, I think the coarse is a waste of money. If you just spent some time going through some of John’s older posts or Probloggers site yo will be able to build a solid blog.

    Besides, if you want to make huge money, its not in blogging – it’s in affiliate marketing.

    1. I agree that the money is in affiliate marketing. And having a huge list that you’ve built from your blog makes it nice when you send out an affiliate offer.

    2. Hi Collin

      I think it depends a lot on your learning style.

      Sure, like you said, all or most of the information can be found elsewhere on the net. But you have to look for it and do your own research which could be quite time consuming, especially if you’re new to blogging.

      The Become A Blogger Premium program puts it all together into one place which could save you quite a bit of time and hassle.

      Also, the course is totally video based (with text transcripts as a backup) so if you happen to learn better with visual instruction, our tutorials can be very helpful indeed.

      Say, have you watched the free ones on http://www.becomeablogger.com ?

      We’ve had an overwhelming response for them so far. So there are definitely people out there who prefer learning by watching videos.

      Thanks again for your feedback – it’s always good to hear both sides of the story.

      Regards

      Gideon Shalwick

      1. To make another point about finding everything in one place. Sure you can get all the information in one place but most people prefer to go to college. Same principle. I do like the part of finding it all in one place. It’s tim ferris’ mantra or outsourcing.

    3. Li Weng says:

      Well affiliate marketing is one of the way to monetize your blog. Of course blogging itself doesn’t make you money, but your blog is like a hub that creates different income sources for you. And to be honest, affiliate marketing is not where the huge money is. The real huge money is in your list and in selling your own products.

  5. Trevor says:

    I saw this on Yaro’s blog also. It’s certainly very enticing.

  6. I will wait for more reviews.. looks good though.

    1. Yup, it’s wise to first read more than one review on it before deciding to invest in it.

  7. I’m waiting for results and not reviews… The offer is valid till 11 Dec 08.. So I’m in no hurries until I don’t get a solid result or a few positive reviews πŸ˜€

  8. Michael Zhao says:

    What!?…I wonder what or which pay program did those guys subscribed too…Look people…most information you can get is free and online

  9. I agree that the money is in affiliate marketing but you have to know good niche and tips

  10. MoneyBlog says:

    Great free offers.

  11. make150aday says:

    i think its only for those who is really new to blogging.
    To me its nothing extra…
    95% of those who sign up won’t make good money.
    Try it and let us know…if i was wrong.

    Who should sign up?
    –Who have extra $27/month to spend
    –Who thinks that they can be rich
    –Lazy in doing some research

    Good Luck

  12. It is good for them to bundle with free offers…will consider that…thanks

  13. Skyroja says:

    I disagree with those who says that all the money is in the affiliate marketing. It’s not..

    Blogging is the source of constantly comming income, and I would say John’s tactic to promote all the ad networks is the best. You always get commisions your reffered people do, and it’s lifetime.

    Affiliate marketing stucks you in the circle of creating new and new products..
    I only agree with the possition that most of the money is in LIST. Yes it is and while blogging you create your own list of subscribers you can inform about new programs going out.

    1. Li Weng says:

      I have to say the money is in the list, but if you’re not selling to your list then there won’t be any money. And you’re either selling affiliate products or you own products to make that money. List building is one of the many functions of a blog. But the blog isn’t the most effective for building a list, it’s most effective in generating multiple streams of income from one central hub.

  14. Yaro says:

    You’re right guys I do need to update my site. $10K was the average at the start of the year but it’s climbed a lot higher since. Mostly thanks to two things – affiliate sales and sales of my own products.

    1. Li Weng says:

      Hey cool videos. Will check them out soon.

  15. donsanchez says:

    So much information, so much gurus….

  16. Avon Blake says:

    Don’t fall for it. It’s more of the same old “give me money and I’ll make you rich crap”.

    1. Well, there are people that have come forward & said they have made serious dough from Yaro’s teachings.

  17. Puspanjali says:

    Yes its a wonderful opportunity for newbies.I am one of them.But it is very sad I cannot join either of the programs of Yaro.But I will definitely be there and well prepared too for
    Yaro’s next program.But the “Roadmap” and the videos are wonderful ,full of nuggets of
    information which I have started implementing. And I will also be following your tips John.

  18. Car Blogger says:

    First i need to read the book to go for the membership πŸ™‚

  19. Li Weng says:

    Surely will give it a try. Thanks buddy πŸ˜‰

  20. gadis says:

    I hope free ebook and course

  21. ManZine says:

    Thanks for this! I’ll be in need of this with the blog me and my friends are running!

  22. chuan says:

    nice! i will share with my friends.

    1. They won’t be your friends anymore if you do. πŸ™

      1. The best ebook to share with friends who need information on setting up a blog is John Chow’s e-book. His information is actually useful!

        1. Yeah I agree, I just downloaded it this morning, read about 10 pages and will continue this evening and over the weekend. Thank you John for the free offer!

  23. game-girl says:

    I consider blogging to be a good hobby for a while. In it I am just a begginer. Not long ago I thought sitting in front the monitor was a bore.Now I change my opinion, my thoughts, my life and so I need useful tips and recomendations about blogging.I’d rather try to take part in it.

  24. Takumi86 says:

    waow i never really thought that blogger can be a full time profession. Thanks for those video, though it takes more than 10 minutes to load it…

  25. I’m thinking of giving up my current 9 – 6 job to be a full-time blogger next year, so this couldn’t have come at a better time. I’ll check this out, thanks for the info John!

  26. uwak says:

    good opportunity for investation with cheap cost……thanks for information

    1. fikir says:

      yeah. i agree with you.. congrulations

  27. game-girl says:

    A crisis is a might examination of your psycological stability and the ability to react even on the most complicated situations in the quite adequate way. The hard economic strokes almost always reflect negatively in all spheres of life. Naturaly the first of all the labor market is influenced by that social disaster.John Chow makes a try to popularize a new kind of internet business, teaches people how to earn money by blogging,gives tips to catch it.THree cheres for john! Thank you!

  28. Linda says:

    I’m fed up of reading about Yaro all over the web with his “in yer face hype!” I’m sure he’s a God among bloggers but for all his pretence at sincerity – the guy is just out to feather his own nest! There ain’t any such thing as a free lunch this free gift is of course just to lure in the unsuspecting!

  29. FunToosurf says:

    I learnt a lot from Yaro blog and fun to read more in the future

  30. Now i understand that i still have to learn a lot more about blogging – yup i gonna follow Yaro for sure

  31. John, how much of this is aimed at technical hurdles? I’m more interested in the blogging itself, not in the production of images/audio/video etc. I’m curious how much would be a waste.

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