Last Chance To Join The Blog Masters Club

Blog Masters Club

I just got word from David Risley that his Blog Masters Club is closing at the end of today. At midnight tonight (EST), your chance to be personally coached by a long time six-figure professional blogger will be over and might not return again until 2010.

David knows his stuff. He has already generated over $100,000 in 2009 – with a tech blog, not a “make money” blog. But, I’ve got some even better news for you. David has told me about an additional bonus that he literally just added to his offer.

David will make available to his students a complete play-by-play account of the development of his main blog, He’s going to cover how he developed the blog into a site which today sees over 300,000 visitors per month and makes over six figures per year. David will show you the mistakes he made, and how he would do it differently today.

This is a complete case study to go along with the already ground-breaking material David has planned for this program. You won’t want to miss this. But, the clock is ticking. When it hit zero, membership to the Blog Masters Club will close.

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36 thoughts on “Last Chance To Join The Blog Masters Club”

  1. Cam Birch says:

    Very interesting offer. Thanks for helping to make us all aware of it. I was wondering what bonus offer he would be making, very tempting for sure.

    Cam Birch’s last blog post: Upgrading & The Internet

    1. He has explained it in a post on his blog. You need a search a bit and you can find it.

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      1. I would join but I am doing way too many projects for this money with new products and what not. This should be a good way to brushen up on your blogging skills though.

  2. That sounds really tempting. His website could really use a re-design though. It feels very spammy.

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  3. Jon says:

    Quick question. It says $97. Is that a one time fee for the whole product or is there a recurring fee after those “60 days to see if this works?”

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    1. John Chow says:

      It’s $97 a month for six months.

      1. Yes I must say that now a days these GURUs are really providing quality classes and tution at cheap rates so that every one could afford this.

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      2. Ben Pei says:

        Quite an affordable rate actually..

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  4. Jon says:

    Found my answer…one time fee.

    1. Its not a one time fee. It’s $97 a month for six months. Did you even read what John said?

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      1. Benjamin Cip says:

        Sounds like he didn’t take a look at other comments.
        I still find it expensive for little bloggers that aren’t making much money online. Well, It might be worth the price, plus if the informations are profitable, people will get their money back from this investisment.

        Benjamin Cip’s last blog post: How to Make Money With Your Blog

      2. Jon says:

        As you can see, I wrote my 2nd comment long before John replied. Calm down, thanks.

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  5. game-girl says:

    It is absolutely interesting program.But the time is pressing I am not sure I could be in time.

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  6. Melinda says:

    Thanks for sharing that helpful information. I’m learning as much as I can and blogging about my experiences at I think I’ll sign up for this offer.

  7. Great offer this one is

  8. James Hartje says:

    John, sure appreciate you letting me know about this…I missed Yaro’s offer (cash issue), but with this one, I might be able to get in.

    Why don’t you offer a mentoring course? Your blog is about the best out there.

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  9. fas says:

    The offer is surely good and worth it.

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  10. Brice says:

    Wow! Sounds like a great opportunity to blog with the best. Looking forward to it!

  11. Joe says:


    1. Joe says:

      Let me finish. It’s simple.


      1. I would like hear more from you on this. I think you got something interesting here.

        Shanker Bakshi’s last blog post: Playing With Emotions

        1. Benjamin Cip says:

          Not so Making Money Online Blogger are making profit on the first year blogging, but it doesn’t mean they won’t be make money someday. I know some people who went from zero for several years, and ended making an acceptable income online afterward

          Benjamin Cip’s last blog post: How to Make Money With Your Blog

  12. James Hartje says:

    Should be free, then I would consider it

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  13. James Hartje says:

    Has anyone signed up and if so what are the benefits in which they offer.

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  14. I don’t care if his blog closes since I never visited that blog before. I preferred this blog better.

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  15. Hi John.

    I listened to David Risley on his podcats. I think the problem for ‘make money on the web blogs’ now is that most of the information is available for free elsewhere. Why would I pay when your, Yaro etc give it away with a little research?

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    1. John Chow says:

      The same reason I paid money to attend an 8 course on SEO. I think I picked up only one new thing from in the 8 weeks. But that one new thing has made me thousands. Yes, you maybe able to find everything for free but by the time you do, you may have wish you just pay for the course and have everything presented to you in a proper structure instead of getting pieces to the puzzle here and there.

  16. 100k is not a life-changing amount of money.’s last blog post: Email autoresponders

    1. John Chow says:

      It would depend on how much money you’re making already. I’m sure it’s life changing for a lot of people.

  17. EarningStep says:

    i read the ebook and i think david really know how to ” sell ” and blog

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  18. David Risley says:

    Just a thought….with so many great bloggers giving away great info for free (Yaro, John, Darren, myself, etc.), there is still a great need for courses like this one because… if the free stuff was all you need, why aren’t there more pro bloggers out there?

    Just a thought. 🙂

    David Risley’s last blog post: Would You Like Me To Coach You?

  19. gurtey says:

    really need to think about joining the blog masters club

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  20. Ben Pei says:

    Lol doors closing.. Please stand clear!

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  21. Ghostwriter says:

    100k a year is indeed life changing. People who are struggling would give an arm for that amount of money.

    The doors are closed – Disappointed as I just read this post.

  22. Joining the blog masters club promises great benefits. I never doubt of it. But for now, I am experimenting in achieving success as an independent and without a cost. But will consider it, as I can see the difference of being a member and not.

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