Nanobloggers? Any info on this?

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Does anyone know anything about this Nanobloggers course that Keith Baxter is promoting?

The guy releasing course is Peter Spaepen, and had a previous course called 'blogging to sell' but I can't find any feedback on this.

Thanks,
Thomas
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    Thomas

    Peter is a good guy and associated with reputable marketers like John Jonas and Andre Chaperon.

    Good product too.

    Bill
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Deegan
    I really like the product. It's a very simple and elegant system for blogging. The system requires some work but the philosophy behind is much more in tune with the core strengths of the Internet itself.

    For some people like me the beauty of the system clearly shines through. But I can tell others are going to question certain aspects of the system because its different than what most of us are use to. There are no keyword tools used, no seo, and you have to be willing to interact within your niches community on a basic level.

    It's also not a set it and forget it type system. You have to put in some work every day. At least 20-30 minutes per blog it seems.

    If what I just wrote turns you off, honestly don't let it. Peter does a fantastic job explaining and supporting the "why" of the nanoblogging philosophy which makes a TON of sense. It's just different than what were use to from a Internet marketing course.

    If your looking to pick it up Andre Chaperon offers a bonus interview with Peter. I'm considering putting together a bonus my self as I have taken some notes and put together a mind map but I'm not sure if I want to share them with others yet.
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    • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
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      Ehhhh......not overly impressed.

      Here's the book boiled down to a few words.....find a subject to blog about, blog about things happening around that subject, then spread the word via the usual channels....social bookmarking, Twitter, etc. That's pretty much it in a nutshell.

      That'll be $97 please.

      The book is heavy on theory, yet weak on actual examples of practical application. There's not a single example of a nanoblog in action, real or fake, no real indication of how one should look when set up, etc. He avoids a step-by-step process because he says step-by-step doesn't work. For $97, I expect step-by-step, I expect you to fill in the blanks, and I expect to see the "theory" in practice. I don't have to spend nearly $100 for someone to tell me to figure it out on my own. I can get that for free.

      Frankly, instead of 102 pages and $97, this should have been a 30 page, $27 ebook.....and even then, it might be overpriced. At $97, there's no doubt it is. If he doesn't flesh out the process a lot more over the next 60 days within the membership area, I'll be getting a refund.

      Edit:

      I have to make a correction, there is a sample nanoblog setup. The first time I saw it I didn't realize it was supposed to be a nanoblog demo, but it's there, so in fairness I have to point that out.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lucas Adamski
    I think it's a great concept Peter shared in his ebook. It's very simple and involve using various social tools to create leverage. It has a step-by-step plan but you have to prepared to figure some stuff on your own. Also you should have at least some experience in setting up wordress and basic things to follow the plan.

    I'm going to try out this system because I think it can be highly profitable and easy to outsource, so will see

    Anyway I recommend it to anyone, it's a complete new and fresh view of marketing and selling products online using social marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Wilson
    The book is heavy on theory, yet weak on actual examples of practical application. There's not a single example of a nanoblog in action, real or fake, no real indication of how one should look when set up, etc. He avoids a step-by-step process because he says step-by-step doesn't work. For $97, I expect step-by-step, I expect you to fill in the blanks, and I expect to see the "theory" in practice.
    This pretty much echos my feelings too. I appreciate the theory and the "why" behind each step but it would help greatly if there were some real examples of the process in action.

    There are also some points in the book where as the reader we just have to make assumptions about what specifically we need to do. The details in some areas aren't fleshed out fully.


    That said, I think the approach is interesting and unique from anything I have read before. But to make it work requires daily commitment to follow the process for each blog you create and I know it will not be something I will follow through on daily.

    Which is why I am interested to see what they come up with as far as the outsourcing info with John Jonas that is supposed to be delivered in a couple weeks.

    If they can lay out a good workable plan to pass this off to outsourcers, I will be all over it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rennell Garrett
    Real example is something that will drive you. Without that its an incomplete book I would say. This nanobloggers is a new thing for me and I am yet to learn something about it.
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    I bought it cause i am always looking for new ideas to expand my affiliate empire with.. lol.

    Overall i thought it was a very clean and cool process but not really for me. I did learn about a new online service (Google@Omgili Search) that i was unaware of and love. I think this is perfect for someone who has a few niches they really want to get into and are passionate about or staff that they can have do this. I truly believe it would make money and i think it is a great way to make a blog that people would actually come back to and read and interact with.

    Overall for $97 i think it is a solid buy because the plan is sound... if however it was 47 or 67 i would say get it now... because 97, hmmm... unless you really want to get into becoming an affiliate blogger, then it may not be for you.

    But again i actually loved it and for what i need i feel i certainly got my value and i am 100% positive I will make my money back from the investment right away.
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  • Profile picture of the author brainworker
    Can't say if it is worth$97 or $27

    But it's definitely good read at the end of year
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    • Profile picture of the author WareTime
      Originally Posted by brainworker View Post

      Can't say if it is worth$97 or $27

      But it's definitely good read at the end of year
      Something off the NYT bestseller list would be as well and for a lot less thatn $97.

      It's a shovel.
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  • Profile picture of the author Midas3 Consulting
    I actually thought this was a decent product and as he's giving all the proceeds to charity I have no issue with the price tag. Aside from the actual main focus of the product which for once wasn't a total rehash of something else, I actually picked up two small tips that I can apply to some other stuff I'm doing and profit, overall I actually liked it, it's short and sweet with plenty of information on exactly how to carry out the implementation (for the most part).

    The only negative for me is that the chapter which deals with the various methods of monetisation, this really needed a demo site for each of the 3 main methods, this was what would have turned a good product into an excellent one.

    Overall, this is one of the better products out there, I'm personally happy that it Didn't include 4 PDF's and 30 videos, frankly I find them overated and long winded, his stuff cut to the chase.
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    • Profile picture of the author maxi991
      This is getting really funny, first niche blogs, then micro niche blogs, then macro niche blogs and now nano blogs!!!!!

      What next - no blogs:-)
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      • Profile picture of the author Midas3 Consulting
        Originally Posted by maxi991 View Post

        This is getting really funny, first niche blogs, then micro niche blogs, then macro niche blogs and now nano blogs!!!!!

        What next - no blogs:-)
        nichenanobloggers



        I guess it's a case of finding some kind of unique terminiology to brand your product against all the others.
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      • Profile picture of the author maverick4u
        Originally Posted by maxi991 View Post

        This is getting really funny, first niche blogs, then micro niche blogs, then macro niche blogs and now nano blogs!!!!!

        What next - no blogs:-)
        Next will be PICO logs! NANO means 0.000000001 meters but PICO is 1000 times smaller at 0.000000000001 meters. We will optimize our very tiny focused blogs on keywords that get .02 searches per month but since we are so keenly focused and optimized we will be the only one in the serps! Total domination for our market! At one pageview every 5 years it we can expect to make one sale every 500 years. You just have to build 25 trillion of them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
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    I actually thought this was a decent product and as he's giving all the proceeds to charity I have no issue with the price tag.
    I found that kind of interesting actually. If this method is as simple and foolproof as he makes it sound, why not set up a couple of 5 figure per month earning nanoblogs to help fund the shelter? Should be a piece of cake for him to do, and would likely return more than this launch will.

    Anywho, I'd like to see him expound on the method somewhat. There's an art to forum and blog participation. Basically, he says just make a few posts in a couple of forums and the traffic will start rolling in. Sorry, not buying it....but I'm open to being convinced.
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    • Profile picture of the author Midas3 Consulting
      Originally Posted by Black Hat Cat View Post

      I found that kind of interesting actually. If this method is as simple and foolproof as he makes it sound, why not set up a couple of 5 figure per month earning nanoblogs to help fund the shelter? Should be a piece of cake for him to do, and would likely return more than this launch will.

      .
      Apparently he already does give $5k per month to the charity from his business so on paper, he already does the above, this was additional revenue for them.
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      • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
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        Originally Posted by SimonHarrison View Post

        Apparently he already does give $5k per month to the charity from his business so on paper, he already does the above, this was additional revenue for them.
        Well, he says he gives $5,000 of his own money...why not simply set up a couple of nanoblogs specifically meant to help fund the charity? Then he doesn't have to part with his own money, and surely they would earn much more than the paltry $5,000 per month he contributes. His students are earning 6 and 7 figures a year using his method. Heck, one of his students is doing 7 figures a year with just one blog. That could buy a lot of dog food. Surely he could easily duplicate that for the good of those poor dogs.
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        • Profile picture of the author scdayton
          Originally Posted by Black Hat Cat View Post

          Well, he says he gives $5,000 of his own money...why not simply set up a couple of nanoblogs specifically meant to help fund the charity? Then he doesn't have to part with his own money, and surely they would earn much more than the paltry $5,000 per month he contributes. His students are earning 6 and 7 figures a year using his method. Heck, one of his students is doing 7 figures a year with just one blog. That could buy a lot of dog food. Surely he could easily duplicate that for the good of those poor dogs.
          I think you're just jealous Black Hat Cat because you're obviously a cat and have it in for the dogs! Just kidding!

          I am though wondering why he only gives the results of his students and didn't include his own results. And I'm not saying that to be negative as i haven't read the material in question.

          I'd also like to know more about the students who were successful. Did they start out using brand new blogs or did they implement the nanoblog techniques on already existing blogs that had traffic to begin with and the nanoblogging tactics just helped these people to go to the next level?

          I mean if I had a really good affiliate product in a traffic rich niche is it possible I too could make 5 figures within two months time going from scratch?

          At this point as someone who hasn't bought the product or applied the techniques I'm on the fence. I felt there was a lack of detail in the testimonials and in the rest of the sales page in general. It sounds like from people who did buy it that it kind of leaves out some details as well and is more open to interpretation on what to do in some cases. Personally I prefer a more step by step approach.

          Guess I'll wait for some more reviews from people who have bought it or have personally used techniques as taught in the course on their own for a while before making any decisions.

          -Stephen
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        • Profile picture of the author proveitworks
          Originally Posted by Black Hat Cat View Post

          Well, he says he gives $5,000 of his own money...why not simply set up a couple of nanoblogs specifically meant to help fund the charity? Then he doesn't have to part with his own money, and surely they would earn much more than the paltry $5,000 per month he contributes. His students are earning 6 and 7 figures a year using his method. Heck, one of his students is doing 7 figures a year with just one blog. That could buy a lot of dog food. Surely he could easily duplicate that for the good of those poor dogs.
          Read that slowly

          He says............

          His students? as in who?

          I have read it...and goobert and Traffic Pump

          If you like this approach try traffic pump......at least there are clear instructions
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          • Profile picture of the author srandall
            Dr. Andy Williams, whom I consider one of the IM smart guys, blurbed about this in his current newsletter.

            He said that he bought it and is testing it.

            He mentioned he got a couple of good ideas from the manual. What piqued my curiosity is that nanobloggers seems to be antithetical to the good doctor's methodologies and tools.

            It will be interesting to find out what he concludes and how, if at all, he implements it.
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            • Profile picture of the author proveitworks
              Originally Posted by srandall View Post

              Dr. Andy Williams, whom I consider one of the IM smart guys, blurbed about this in his current newsletter.
              Complete with affiliate link lol.............

              He did mention Dave Tropeano........now HE IS one of the most secretive guys on line who REALLY knows his stuff.

              Some other "well known internet marketing experts" ( I wish I could mention them by name but some hang out here) would sell their grandmother for a dollar - a simple rule if you sign up for information from someone and they email you more than once a week unsubscribe...seriously.
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                Originally Posted by proveitworks View Post

                Some other "well known internet marketing experts" ( I wish I could mention them by name but some hang out here) would sell their grandmother for a dollar
                I don't disagree, but, IMO, Dr. Andy is not one of the above. I don't have a problem with an affiliate link - isn't that what we do?

                I don't think he hangs out here much or at all. What that says about "him" or "here" is unclear but somewhat ironic, isn't it?
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  • Profile picture of the author frugally4u
    I wanted to share these little tidbits that I found while searching for - nanobloggers - info today. Maybe it will help clear up some of your questions with the program.

    Recording of an interview with the owner:
    jonasblog.com/nanobloggers-bonus

    Here's the pdf of the transcript due to the audio being a bit muffled:
    media.jonasblog.com/jonasblog-audios/Transcription_of_Peter_Explaining_Everything.pdf

    * Be sure to put the http : // www . on the front
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      Anyone that doesn't get the theory because there is no "step by step" are welcome to my version of the story. I can show you this method in application and also notify you that it's not something easy to manage without a team. I haven't read the book but can already tell the guy is teaching good stuff, just lacking the skills to teach it properly. Anyways hit me up if you wanna see samples. Rock on.
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      • Profile picture of the author frugally4u
        Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

        Anyone that doesn't get the theory because there is no "step by step" are welcome to my version of the story. I can show you this method in application and also notify you that it's not something easy to manage without a team. I haven't read the book but can already tell the guy is teaching good stuff, just lacking the skills to teach it properly. Anyways hit me up if you wanna see samples. Rock on.
        I would like to see any examples that you might have. Thanks so much.
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        • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
          Originally Posted by frugally4u View Post

          I would like to see any examples that you might have. Thanks so much.
          Ok and just to verify they're not my creations but are some I've picked up from around the web to study and anlalyse. I'll PM you my skype addy and we can discuss. :-)
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        Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

        Anyone that doesn't get the theory because there is no "step by step" are welcome to my version of the story. I can show you this method in application and also notify you that it's not something easy to manage without a team. I haven't read the book but can already tell the guy is teaching good stuff, just lacking the skills to teach it properly. Anyways hit me up if you wanna see samples. Rock on.
        I think the key phrase here is "without a team."

        This seems to require a labor intensive, cumulative effort and is therefore designed to be outsourced.

        After I did a little research I concluded that the nanoblogger thing is basically just the first step in a sales funnel for an outsourcing service. (perhaps this is where John Jonas comes in?)

        Not that there is anything wrong with that, of course. I just like to know ahead of time.
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        • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
          Originally Posted by mmoconnor View Post


          Not that there is anything wrong with that, of course. I just like to know ahead of time.
          He's reputable in the "outsourcing" niche if I'm correct and conected to the product so I guess all suspicions are confirmed.
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        Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

        Anyone that doesn't get the theory because there is no "step by step" are welcome to my version of the story. I can show you this method in application and also notify you that it's not something easy to manage without a team. I haven't read the book but can already tell the guy is teaching good stuff, just lacking the skills to teach it properly. Anyways hit me up if you wanna see samples. Rock on.
        I would much appreciate seeing samples you referred to. I've looked at a lot of systems/methods and nanoblogging strikes a resonant chord. I'm planning to run with this so any help as to getting my learning curve up rapidly would be appreciated. Thanks.
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      • Profile picture of the author Wesmands
        Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

        Anyone that doesn't get the theory because there is no "step by step" are welcome to my version of the story. I can show you this method in application and also notify you that it's not something easy to manage without a team. I haven't read the book but can already tell the guy is teaching good stuff, just lacking the skills to teach it properly. Anyways hit me up if you wanna see samples. Rock on.
        I would be interested in seeing some samples. Can't PM yet. Let me know how we can communicate.

        Thank you
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      • Profile picture of the author SlyMaven
        Hello Intrepreneur:

        Is this offer still available? I would really love to hear your version of the story and see some examples.

        It would be extremely helpful to me. Can you P.M. me with contact info? I don't have enough posts to send private messages yet. Hope to hear from you soon.

        Thank you very much,
        R. C.
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        Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

        Anyone that doesn't get the theory because there is no "step by step" are welcome to my version of the story. I can show you this method in application and also notify you that it's not something easy to manage without a team. I haven't read the book but can already tell the guy is teaching good stuff, just lacking the skills to teach it properly. Anyways hit me up if you wanna see samples. Rock on.
        Hi,

        I would like to see the Nanobloggers samples you mentioned. I had to go this route because my post count it not high enough to send PM's. I am more of a visual and kinesthetic learner, so samples would be quite helpful.

        Thanks,
        Paul
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        Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

        Anyone that doesn't get the theory because there is no "step by step" are welcome to my version of the story. I can show you this method in application and also notify you that it's not something easy to manage without a team. I haven't read the book but can already tell the guy is teaching good stuff, just lacking the skills to teach it properly. Anyways hit me up if you wanna see samples. Rock on.
        Would also love to chat about it. If you could PM me that would be great. I have yet to hit the 50 post to be able to pm you.
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        • Profile picture of the author frugally4u
          What I try to do is this...

          Instead of looking to a single individual to hand me a golden egg, I try to find ways to build my own "golden goose" systems.

          Here's how I look at it:

          I take the best info that I can, from every knowledgeable source, and then put together the best system for "me".

          There are a million & 1 ways to earn a few dollars on the net... but my goal is to find the best avenues for "me", and make them work as efficiently as possible.

          While it is true that the "nanobloggers system" does require a different amount of effort than some other systems, in purchasing it, I was able to pull out 2 VERY good pieces of information, that when added to my current system, will give me a "more profitable" system over all.

          It's like a mentor once told me... "eat the fish & spit out the bones"
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          • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
            Originally Posted by frugally4u View Post

            What I try to do is this...

            Instead of looking to a single individual to hand me a golden egg, I try to find ways to build my own "golden goose" systems.

            Here's how I look at it:

            I take the best info that I can, from every knowledgeable source, and then put together the best system for "me".

            There are a million & 1 ways to earn a few dollars on the net... but my goal is to find the best avenues for "me", and make them work as efficiently as possible.

            While it is true that the "nanobloggers system" does require a different amount of effort than some other systems, in purchasing it, I was able to pull out 2 VERY good pieces of information, that when added to my current system, will give me a "more profitable" system over all.

            It's like a mentor once told me... "eat the fish & spit out the bones"
            Ok so do you still work alone? It sounds like you do...
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            • Profile picture of the author frugally4u
              Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

              Ok so do you still work alone? It sounds like you do...
              Yes I do...

              I set up "systems" for myself - no ad costs - seo only - and earn my income. It's the way that I have chosen to build things. "Set & Forget"

              I take the best of what I learn - and here's the biggie ... "that will apply to my systems" and then test them. If they ADD to the value of the system - they stay - if not - they go
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              • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
                Originally Posted by frugally4u View Post

                Yes I do...

                I set up "systems" for myself - no ad costs - seo only - and earn my income. It's the way that I have chosen to build things. "Set & Forget"

                I take the best of what I learn - and here's the biggie ... "that will apply to my systems" and then test them. If they ADD to the value of the system - they stay - if not - they go
                1 man army.. doesn't it bug you not being part of a team of passionate people?

                P.S everyone that bought nanobloggers. I have the answers you all want just can't publish them all here :-)
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                • Profile picture of the author lexar
                  Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

                  I have the answers you all want just can't publish them all here :-)
                  Hello Intrepreneur,

                  I don't have enough posts to be able to send you a private message. Could you send me one with the information? I'd really appreciate it.
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                  • Profile picture of the author Amber Lamps
                    Originally Posted by lexar View Post

                    Hello Intrepreneur,

                    I don't have enough posts to be able to send you a private message. Could you send me one with the information? I'd really appreciate it.
                    yes id appreciate the info as well.
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                • Profile picture of the author frugally4u
                  Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

                  1 man army.. doesn't it bug you not being part of a team of passionate people?
                  I love gaining input from others - which is why I stated... "I purchase products - then pull out the best bits of info from them - to put together systems that work for me"

                  I also love being able to work from home & earn money doing what I enjoy!
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Deegan
    Hey Margaret can you shed some light on why you think this product is really just part of a funnel for an outsourcing related product? Have you read the actual nanobloggers course?

    Nanobloggers is similar to 2 other products actually. It's just more fleshed out and optimized. The products I am referring to are Goobert and 1 particular blogging method outlined in Jack Humphrey's blog success program.
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    • Profile picture of the author scdayton
      Originally Posted by Gorilla Writer View Post

      Hey Margaret can you shed some light on why you think this product is really just part of a funnel for an outsourcing related product? Have you read the actual nanobloggers course?

      Nanobloggers is similar to 2 other products actually. It's just more fleshed out and optimized. The products I am referring to are Goobert and 1 particular blogging method outlined in Jack Humphrey's blog success program.
      Gorilla,

      Sounds like you've read both Nanoblogger and Goobert is that correct? If so I'd be interested in your perspective between the two products (a comparison of sorts)? I know you said Nanobloggers was a bit more fleshed out, but that doesn't tell me much when I haven't read either product. ;-)

      And if you own one or both have you personally applied the techniques taught and if so are you seeing the kind of success the promoters claim?

      Thanks,

      Stephen
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    • Profile picture of the author mmoconnor
      Originally Posted by Gorilla Writer View Post

      Hey Margaret can you shed some light on why you think this product is really just part of a funnel for an outsourcing related product? Have you read the actual nanobloggers course?

      Nanobloggers is similar to 2 other products actually. It's just more fleshed out and optimized. The products I am referring to are Goobert and 1 particular blogging method outlined in Jack Humphrey's blog success program.
      I have NOT purchased the product. My comment was based on 1) the advertising material that was emailed to me by affiliates, 2) reviews and blog posts by affiliates, 3) the adcopy on the salespages [particularly the line: In 2 weeks you'll receive my blueprint for outsourcing (in co-op with John Jonas)] and 4) comments made by other marketers on forums and blogs.

      I did not keep a record of my research and I believe I deleted the sales emails but if you Google around and read what is being said you may reach the same conclusions.
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      • Profile picture of the author Daniel Deegan
        Hey folks, first I just wanted to say happy holidays to everyone. I'm on mobile broadband at the moment so I will try and post more later. Thanks Margaret for the info. Regarding outsourcing, Peter is also suppose to release a guide on crowdsourcing using micro tasks and mechanical turk. This method I think is abit different then what John Jonas teaches. I'm curious to read more about this method when the new outsourcing report is released.
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        • Profile picture of the author Chris Thompson
          I loved the book / manual / concept.

          I think it IS worth $97 (evidenced by the fact that I'm not asking for a refund )

          But here is why I love it even more:

          1) The manual could have been more detailed ...
          2) The guy suggests you need to buy a $164 them for Wordpress
          3) You need to buy Socialbot for another $24

          ...so there will be a TON of people who buy this and DO NOT EXECUTE. That's good for me

          The truth is that if you put any kind of thinking and planning into this, and actually LOOK at his mindmap, you will understand exactly what to do. If you read it once and want instant success, you'll think it sucks. It's 100 pages of content and you NEED to re-read, make notes, etc.
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          • Profile picture of the author Sancho Sanches
            Originally Posted by Chris Thompson View Post

            The truth is that if you put any kind of thinking and planning into this, and actually LOOK at his mindmap, you will understand exactly what to do. If you read it once and want instant success, you'll think it sucks. It's 100 pages of content and you NEED to re-read, make notes, etc.
            That's why I've been reading this over and over before we begin the case study at the site. Definitely need to look it over more than once.

            Originally Posted by Chris Thompson View Post

            2) The guy suggests you need to buy a $164 them for Wordpress
            Sorry, I don't get this part. Could you clarify, please? Thanks.
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            • Profile picture of the author Charles Huber
              He meant $164 theme for Wordpress.
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              • Profile picture of the author henrow
                I was trying to find out more about this method and found some FREE audio (3hours worth) with Keith Baxter and Peter S talking about the Blogging to Sell system which gave me a little deeper insight (I think) of what Nanoblogging is?
                It's a little dated, but there are some golden nuggets in it.

                I can't post links so just Google "blogging to sell" and you'll see John Jonas link. With in this post are links to the audio and at the bottom is link that says Click Here To Get Started where John as created some How to videos and a PDF checklist that I found useful.

                Hope this helps some people like it did for me,
                Stacy

                PS If you google "nanobloggers" with an "s" you'll find John Jonas's Bonus audio for nanoblogger purchasers.
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              • Profile picture of the author Sancho Sanches
                Originally Posted by Charles Huber View Post

                He meant $164 theme for Wordpress.
                Oh, duh. Thanks for clearing that up.
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                Originally Posted by Charles Huber View Post

                He meant $164 theme for Wordpress.
                He must be referring to the thesis theme right?
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      • Profile picture of the author mbhatnagar
        Originally Posted by mmoconnor View Post

        I have NOT purchased the product. My comment was based on 1) the advertising material that was emailed to me by affiliates, 2) reviews and blog posts by affiliates, 3) the adcopy on the salespages [particularly the line: In 2 weeks you'll receive my blueprint for outsourcing (in co-op with John Jonas)] and 4) comments made by other marketers on forums and blogs.

        I did not keep a record of my research and I believe I deleted the sales emails but if you Google around and read what is being said you may reach the same conclusions.
        I believe Margaret is correct. John Jonas operates an outsourcing service, and the way the sales page for NanoBloggers is structured, I'm sure it will tie in with John's service. Nothing wrong with that actually, but as Margaret says, it pays to be well informed.
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        • Profile picture of the author Warrior Simon
          well, I bought nanobloggers and I tell you what, it's the first time that I took a manual and a mindmap on a usb-stick, went to a copyshop and got it printed out in binder-form.

          it cost me 20 bucks but I was actually happy to pay it because I want to get the most out of this course. the mind-map looks creepy first but if you read the manual and follow along everything makes perfectly sense.

          I'm not through the course yet but will keep you updated on my progress.

          btw, I think this is not for complete newbies but for more experienced marketers. my suggestion: stop buying things, get nanobloggers and focus on that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Wilson
    I agree that this method would work better if you had a team. at least for me anyway.

    If seems if you are not dedicated to doing the require steps on a daily basis you won't be able to build the traffic momentum you need at least not to the point where it starts to scale in your favor.

    So I will be waiting for the report about outsourcing the process and then put it into action otherwise I would never be committed to making it work long term if I do it myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sancho Sanches
    .X. and I haven't tried this out *yet* but he has read the product, started a plan and started researching niches.

    I have also read it and it's pretty interesting, not so much at what you have to do but in the particular sequence it's done.

    We are doing a case study at the site probably starting next Monday and we most likely will get out-taskers to help with this job.

    I'm looking forward to it because I want to see this work real-time and not in therory but I'm also cringing cause I hate SEO (in the product he says it's not about SEO but when I think "tweets", anything "social", etc. I think "SEO" anyway)

    But we're splitting the load and getting paid to do this is pretty cool so I'm not exactly complaining.

    It's been interesting reading this thread to see what I might have to look forward to starting in about a week.

    The mind map is pretty detailed but you have to get your head around the main product to understand what is going on.

    I'll need to go over the main book at least once more to internalize it.
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  • Profile picture of the author winsonlim
    Hi X and Sancho,

    I have a few questions before purchasing through your link for the nanablogging system by Peter. When I purchase through your link, I will automatically receive the updates of the date you released the videos on how you implement using the nanoblogging system?

    Do I need to forward you the receipt once I purchased through your link to receive updates?

    I was thinking to purchase through Andres link as he offer good bonuses like the 1 hour and 47 mins audio interview but there is no videos on how they did it but since I saw email from you first and you are creating videos on how you do it, I decided to ask what is the necessary actions that I need to make sure I receive the updates and bonuses from you once I purchase through your link.

    The email that I receive from you is not detailed enough to understand how I am going to get the bonuses after I have purchased through your link.

    I looking forward to your reply. If X is not here, Sancho, don't mind answer this thread.

    Thanks,
    Winson
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    • Profile picture of the author Sancho Sanches
      Hi, Winson

      Originally Posted by winsonlim View Post

      Hi X and Sancho,

      I have a few questions before purchasing through your link for the nanablogging system by Peter. When I purchase through your link, I will automatically receive the updates of the date you released the videos on how you implement using the nanoblogging system?
      No, not automatically. It's on Clickbank
      so X would have to go through his list
      of buyers and I assume he will contact
      those who bought through his link.

      Do I need to forward you the receipt once I purchased through your link to receive updates?
      Probably not, but if it makes you feel
      more secure you can. Just use the help
      desk. I know you are a member but in
      case you don't know the link it's

      Factor X Marketing - Powered By Kayako eSupport


      I was thinking to purchase through Andres link as he offer good bonuses like the 1 hour and 47 mins audio interview but there is no videos on how they did it but since I saw email from you first and you are creating videos on how you do it, I decided to ask what is the necessary actions that I need to make sure I receive the updates and bonuses from you once I purchase through your link.
      That's understandable.

      The email that I receive from you is not detailed enough to understand how I am going to get the bonuses after I have purchased through your link.

      I looking forward to your reply. If X is not here, Sancho, don't mind answer this thread.

      Thanks,
      Winson
      I'll let X know and either he or I should
      reply.

      Thanks for your interest,
      Sancho

      PS. Since you are a member please use
      the site for this because I almost missed
      your question and it may be against the
      rules of this forum. Thanks.
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    • Profile picture of the author .X.
      Hi Winsom,

      Thanks for asking for clarification.

      I will be contacting buyers who appear in
      my Clickbank stats. So unless you do not
      hear from me, you can assume all is good
      if you see affiliate=blackbook1 at the bottom
      of the Clickbank order page.

      For clarification, I will be working with Sancho
      to set up some test sites and see if we can
      further streamline the Nanoblogger process,
      which I think we can, and also add whatever
      from my own approach (not to suggest Peter
      isn't already brilliant here).

      I already have my own mind map that I'm
      adding to which helps organize the info
      a little better for my own needs, as well
      as including things like links to the plugins
      you need, etc.

      The end goal for me is to test this enough
      that I can easily hand it off to be outsourced
      and I will share those materials.

      Mainly, I want to do the webinars to help
      people work through the process - we'll do
      at least 2 webinars and maybe as many as
      4.

      Also Peter S is on my list and contacted
      me after my promotion to say he'd be
      happy to join in - don't know what level
      of commitment that means but it should
      just add that much more value.

      Hope that clears everything up.

      X

      PS - Again want to repeat that with a
      new baby due any day now that's the
      priority in my immediate schedule, so
      I can't make any promises on a start
      date. I will promise no later than the
      first week of February.
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  • Profile picture of the author milo_pl
    I can't believe how many people are getting excited by this. Sure it is a great method, but it's one of the oldest...

    The best way to sell(especially through blogging and any other social platform) is to "not sell" so to speak.

    By putting on the front that you are an un-biased 3rd party, you automatically make your readers put their guard down.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sancho Sanches
      Hi, Milo_pl

      I agree. It wasn't anything new
      to me either in theory but I think
      people are attracted to the steps
      specifically laid out for them and
      the belief that it works.

      And to anyone who wasn't exactly
      privy to this type of thing it is new
      to them.

      I think the way it's presented helps
      give people confidence in what they
      are doing.

      Sancho
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Deegan
    I just wanted to post a quick follow up.

    What I find really appealing about the course is as follows.

    - The focus on a traffic generation method that ignores Google (sorta) and does not rely on paid methods or SEO.

    - The writing style and systematic approach of things. Peter does a GREAT job in explaining why he does things in such a way that you really believe what he says works. However this is a double edged sword for him... If it works as he says then everything is all good. If it doesn't work as described hes going to catch some serious flack.

    He presented the content as a surefire method. He took over 80 pages to explain the WHY behind things to really convince the reader that he knows his sh*t. He then laid out the actual system of implementation in a handful of pages. On the surface it seems brilliantly simple and elegant.

    But...there are holes that become apparent when you start trying to implement the methods. Some things the reader can figure out on their own (dependent on their skill level). Yet there are certain things that need a better explanation. Other things need to be edited and corrected. Hes working on clearing all this stuff up so will see how that goes.
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  • Profile picture of the author degcommunications
    So the bottom line is that the program is worth the money as long as one has enough experience and understanding to sift through the information and use it? Is this what I am getting?
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    • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
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      Originally Posted by degcommunications View Post

      So the bottom line is that the program is worth the money as long as one has enough experience and understanding to sift through the information and use it? Is this what I am getting?
      Well....yeah, lol. If you can figure out how to make it work, it is definitely worth the money.

      According to the salespage, Peter is supposed to release a full case study of a working, real life nanobloggers project in a few weeks. If he follows through on that, it should fill in a lot of blanks.

      Check it out.....if it's not for you, get a refund.
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  • Profile picture of the author spudzz
    Definitely a fleshed out version of Michael Campbell's GooBert method - I won't say direct rip but it's nearly that.

    There is no doubt it works very well, but it IS time intensive and is only really usable with your favorite sites. There are aspects of it that could be considered borderline with the latest tougher approach by the FTC (adopting different persona etc.).
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    • Profile picture of the author proveitworks
      Originally Posted by spudzz View Post

      Definitely a fleshed out version of Michael Campbell's GooBert method - I won't say direct rip but it's nearly that.
      and "Google Traffic Pump" which is much better written and more logical. There are inconsistencies in PS's book and a lot not explained.

      It is also significantthat he is promoting Jonas's Outsourcing and Jonas is promoting Nano.......

      Certainly NOT worth 97 usd. If it DID work as described would be worth a lot more.
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      • Profile picture of the author Sancho Sanches
        GooBert Method and Google Traffic
        Pump?

        Are these considerably different or
        is Nanobloggers type strategy just
        a part of the overall strategy of
        those two other products?

        Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Thompson
    Lots of stuff being said about whether this thing is "worth" the $97 price tag. Newsflash... if you implement it you'll make way more. If you only read it you'll make zero.

    If you buy it and think it's garbage, ask for a refund. That's what refund policies are for.

    Peter setup a forum and has been REALLY active in there answering tons of questions. So you get more than just some PDF. You get answers to hundreds of the most common questions.
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    • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
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      Originally Posted by Chris Thompson View Post

      Lots of stuff being said about whether this thing is "worth" the $97 price tag. Newsflash... if you implement it you'll make way more. If you only read it you'll make zero.
      The problem is there are a lot of questions on how to actually implement it. It's long on fluff, but short on detail. If he follows through on his case study though, a lot of questions will be answered. It's just too bad he didn't have it ready from the beginning.

      Peter setup a forum and has been REALLY active in there answering tons of questions. So you get more than just some PDF. You get answers to hundreds of the most common questions.
      Pete has 24 posts, so he's not THAT active, and I seriously doubt there are answers to 100 questions there, let alone 100s. And by the way, his little bicycle example doesn't add up.
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  • Profile picture of the author bettersocial
    I think this eBook makes a lot of sense. It leaves a bit left to desired...there aren't enough actual examples of so called 'nanoblogs' in action.

    What I gather from this is to use personality marketing along with regular SEO. Like Peter says in the eBook, be the "Perez Hilton" of your market. What this means is putting your face up front and center.

    I think a combination of personality marketing, nanoblogging, and traditional SEO can work wonders...will implement it and let you guys know the results within a month
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    • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
      I'm still surprised by the amount of Pm's I've been getting on this to provide samples. I have almost completed filtering through my bookmarks so anyone else wanting to see samples ensure to PM me. Try and put nanobloggers in the PM subject so I can find you all easily.

      Thanks.
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      • Profile picture of the author SlyMaven
        Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

        I'm still surprised by the amount of Pm's I've been getting on this to provide samples. I have almost completed filtering through my bookmarks so anyone else wanting to see samples ensure to PM me. Try and put nanobloggers in the PM subject so I can find you all easily.

        Thanks.
        Intrepreneur Thanks for looking out for us! Don't forget some of us can receive Pm's but can't send them yet.

        R. C.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Thompson
    BlackH*tCat - I agree it was long on theory and short on example ... but honestly it is not that complicated. I think the whole concept of the twitter trail was a bit confusing and Peter is helping people understand it ... and his "traffic" report that he just added is very helpful.

    But if people were to just start DOING this instead of asking all kinds of questions it would suddently become a lot more obvious what the workflow is like.

    About 2/3 through the book (or more) he says it all very nicely ... your job is to become the Perez Hilton of your market. You're the cool guy bringing in the news. If you simply DO that and use the Ping.fm / Twitter / other services he mentions then it all makes tons of sense.

    End of the day though .. it does not matter if you guys agree or disagree that the content in his manual is good. Not at all. You are protected. Two words. Refund Policy.
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    • Profile picture of the author Warrior Simon
      just a short update, I think a real big difference to other products is that Peter comes across a marketer that really wants you to succeed. so even if there are questions after going through the manual it's only a matter of time to get those questions answered. I trust this guy and I think that is getting rare in the IM world.

      what I love about nanoblogging is:
      you can forget about PPC, SEO, keywords etc. etc.
      it is really relaxing setting up a nanoblogging project!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
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      Originally Posted by Chris Thompson View Post

      BlackH*tCat - I agree it was long on theory and short on example ... but honestly it is not that complicated. I think the whole concept of the twitter trail was a bit confusing and Peter is helping people understand it ... and his "traffic" report that he just added is very helpful.

      But if people were to just start DOING this instead of asking all kinds of questions it would suddently become a lot more obvious what the workflow is like.
      Sounds cool. I think I'll write an ebook telling people that they can make a lot of money trading stocks, but instead of actually showing them how to do it, I'll just tell them it will all become obvious to them if they just go to morningstar.com and figure it out for themselves. That'll be $97.

      By the way, you're assuming I didn't "just start doing this". I had a nanoblog up the day after the product came out.


      End of the day though .. it does not matter if you guys agree or disagree that the content in his manual is good. Not at all. You are protected. Two words. Refund Policy.
      Two more words....wasted time. Let me know when CB figures out how to refund folks for time potentially wasted trying to figure out how to do something that may not work that could be spent on something they know works. See, that's why I buy courses like this.....so I don't have to waste time figuring out how to do things on my own.

      If he does the case study, that will help everyone a lot. But I have my doubts he will follow through.
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      • Profile picture of the author warriorpriv
        I agree with your opinion, Black Hat cat

        Thank you for your contribution to this discussion.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Thompson
    Black Hat Cat ... sorry if my reply seemed at all rude. I didn't intend that. I wasn't making assumptions about you in particular, just in general. People, in general, do ask so many question instead of just doing it.

    I honestly thought the explanation was pretty solid in the manual. There were very few questions I had after reading.

    AND, I totally agree with you about your wasted time argument. But that's the chance you take with all of this stuff. I always learn something useful.
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    • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
      I've sent the samples that I believe to be of relevance to nanoblogging. Although there were a few that were much better examples than what I sent but had forgotten to bookmark them. Hope it helps you all.

      Mark
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      • Profile picture of the author proveitworks
        I knew Peter a long time ago....well 4 years ago along time in IM. He is a VERY VERY smart Guy who has been involved in lots of stuff some here would look down their noses at. Unless he has changed his No 1 goal was money.Not dog shelters lol.

        So he is smart enough to write an incomplete guide with no proof of any results....

        Smart enough to generate a huge buzz across several forums...

        He's always been good at illicting devotion from a small number of acolytes and disbelief from those who maintain some contact with reality.......

        He is very smart revealing a plausible system that must be outsourced in in order to be ramped up....whilst promoting someones outsourcing methods as an affiliate.

        Some are missing the point. His SALES approach is refreshing....very different and very appealing.

        But unless he is holding back( probably = reason to join a membership site?) he is missing main point..the key to this stuff is automation..but don't make it look like automation.

        For example...ping fm.....there's a plug in that will take care of all of that...plug ins for Web 2 integration....SB integration etc.

        You cant help but like the book as its well written but lacking in substance.

        As always it will lead on to more.......and perhaps better stuff. Again perhaps we can all take a lesson from his approach.

        Certainly not worth 97 as it can be summarized in half a page....its a bit of an anomaly...a newbie would be lost after page 2...anyone with an ounce of savy re IM would be asking for a refund at the end.

        ..and I agree nothing is free, the refund issue is an invalid argument, time is money

        Just my 2 cents no dis to Peter S he knows what he is doing....those pimping it well I suppose that's what we do but seriously there are much more productive and logical approaches you could be pushing......pimping a half baked illogical approach will only destroy your credibility and lead to loss of face - what goes around comes around.
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        • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
          Originally Posted by proveitworks View Post

          .
          What a refreshing speech.. all pay heed to this man here.
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      • Profile picture of the author warriorpriv
        Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

        I've sent the samples that I believe to be of relevance to nanoblogging. Although there were a few that were much better examples than what I sent but had forgotten to bookmark them. Hope it helps you all.

        Mark

        Thank you Mark
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      • Profile picture of the author SlyMaven
        Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

        I've sent the samples that I believe to be of relevance to nanoblogging. Although there were a few that were much better examples than what I sent but had forgotten to bookmark them. Hope it helps you all.

        Mark

        Intrepreneur: I'm one of those members who posted last week about seeing those samples. I was hoping to see some examples before I make a decision of whether to give nanoblogging a try.

        Unfortunately I do not have a high enough post count to be able to PM you or include an Email address in my post. Although I might be able to receive PM's. Please take pity on us low post count people and send us the nanoblogger example urls also.

        Fingers crossed,
        R. C.
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  • Profile picture of the author pearsonbrown
    Dr Andy is as wise and as honest as they come.

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    • Profile picture of the author proveitworks
      Originally Posted by pearsonbrown View Post

      Dr Andy is as wise and as honest as they come.

      Pearson
      Totally agree. Andy knows his stuff and has something most don't have longevity. He monitors, adapts and is not affraid of saying stuff is no longer valid - even some of his own stuff.
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      • Profile picture of the author Warrior Simon
        okay I worked me through the 105 pages and all I can say is: it is WORK to set up a nanoblog. there hasn't been any questions that hasn't been anwered in the manual or in the forum. nanoblogging itself is fun and relaxing, no worries about PPC, SEO, just happy blogging. traffic starts rolling in, let's see if the bucks do as well! ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author TampaRay
    I thought the course was pretty good. Some basic stuff but a few nuggets that should help. I have seen many products priced much higher than this that were not as informative so I guess the price is relative to your individual experience.
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  • Profile picture of the author .X.
    If you want to be successful as an
    affiliate I can tell you -

    - Write credible reviews.
    - Bid on/target buyer keyword phrases
    - Be smart, build an optin list.
    - Improve your odds with legitimate
    cookie stuffing.
    - Etc, etc, etc.

    Some people would say that putting
    that into a product, what is now "common
    knowledge", is a ripoff.

    First, unless the local baker knows it then
    it's not common knowledge - it's something
    you know and if you were that smart then
    you'd create your own product and build
    up enough buzz to sell it.

    Second, even if those ingredients are
    common knowledge it's the combination
    of those ingredients that makes it a
    cake or a pile of gunk.

    As a pretty experienced affiliate marketer
    I found the product full of interesting
    and unique ideas. They may not be new
    to some people, but they're new to many.

    After reading the product - and now
    testing it - I promoted it. The lack of a
    single refund suggests people are
    satisfied with the product and the bonus
    I'm offering - and since my bonus hasn't
    been delivered yet then I'd have to assume
    it's a satisfying product.

    So . . .

    Before anyone starts giving credibility to
    someone who comes on a public forum
    and starts talking trash, take a look at
    their site listed in their signature and ask
    yourself how credible *that* source is.

    You'll have to use your own deductive
    reasoning on that one.

    I endorsed this product. I'm using this
    product. And like just about any product
    that isn't a piece of software, there is
    software that will help you do the job more
    efficiently - and there are probably ideas
    that would make the product better, which
    is only a good thing if you can build on a
    good thing.

    If you don't have the money to invest in
    tools then don't buy a new product - stick
    with bum marketing. I pretty much expect
    that with *any* online marketing approach
    that tools are going to be necessary or
    helpful.

    It doesn't take tools (except maybe the
    Thesis theme) to make this work. And it
    doesn't take outsourcing to make it work
    either - it's just likely that tools and
    outsourcing will make it more efficient and
    profitable, if you have the skills to make
    the system work - not everyone will.

    If there's a hole in this product it's that
    the mind map doesn't quite live up to what
    it could be - even though that combined
    with the manual is exactly what I loved
    about it initially. I'm creating my own mind
    map that will make it much easier to
    actually do.

    And the manual jumps around a bit - it's
    taken time to put all of the elements together
    in one place so that a site can be efficiently
    setup without the need to do the process 20
    times to understand it.

    Anyway - I'm not here to defend Peter but
    when people make ignorant statements about
    people who are promoting I'm going to put
    that **** back where it belongs. You obviously
    don't know much about the makeup of this
    market.

    X
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  • Profile picture of the author atwellpub
    I'm following a case study on another forum right now.
    The guy has put in allot of hard work for little return. But the case study continues. PM me for link.
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  • Profile picture of the author JordanFrancis
    Regarding the case study mentioned above:

    Because some guy put in a ton of work, and
    got little result, does that mean this product
    is bad?

    Method, techniques, tools... they're important.
    But they all need skill to back them up. That's
    the bit that you can't get just from reading a
    book. You have to build that one yourself. It's
    not a transferable attribute...
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    • Profile picture of the author MJ Schaefer
      Perez Hilton is the ultimate example of a nanoblog.
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      • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
        Originally Posted by MJ Schaefer View Post

        Perez Hilton is the ultimate example of a nanoblog.
        Zedomax and co, I think are better examples.
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        Owner easiery.com

        Started in 2009 now working on the above project.

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  • "Another good example of a Nanoblog gone crazy..."

    Looks more like a GooBert blog to me.
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    • Profile picture of the author proveitworks
      Originally Posted by .X. View Post


      If there's a hole in this product it's that
      the mind map doesn't quite live up to what
      it could be - even though that combined
      with the manual is exactly what I loved
      about it initially. I'm creating my own mind
      map that will make it much easier to
      actually do.
      .X. if you find mind maps of use you will like

      Its free
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      I am AKA Rob24hrs I reckon Content Curation is the way ahead

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      • Profile picture of the author Sancho Sanches
        Originally Posted by proveitworks View Post

        .X. if you find mind maps of use you will like

        Its free
        The mindmap is done. I think he's
        using Mindjet for the Nanoblogger
        case study project.

        But thanks for the resource. I'll
        probably share it on the site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
    Banned
    Just a bit of a follow-up. According to the sales page, we were supposed to get Peter's outsourcing blueprint in co-opt with John Jonas after 2 weeks, and a full case study of a working, real life nanobloggers project in week 4. We're closing in on 6 weeks, and neither have been released, nor has the adsense report that Peter promised to members. He was supposed to deliver that week before last(after originally planning to release it on Christmas), but that date came and went just like the others. He also seldom participates in the forum.

    Make of this what you will, but at this point, I believe he's full of crap.
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    • Profile picture of the author Black Hat Cat
      Banned
      Originally Posted by Black Hat Cat View Post

      Just a bit of a follow-up. According to the sales page, we were supposed to get Peter's outsourcing blueprint in co-opt with John Jonas after 2 weeks, and a full case study of a working, real life nanobloggers project in week 4. We're closing in on 6 weeks, and neither have been released, nor has the adsense report that Peter promised to members. He was supposed to deliver that week before last(after originally planning to release it on Christmas), but that date came and went just like the others. He also seldom participates in the forum.

      Make of this what you will, but at this point, I believe he's full of crap.
      We've now moved into week 10, and he still hasn't delivered fully on what he is STILL selling on his sales page. I think that might be illegal. He's already moved on to his next product instead of finishing the original one. Just another "pump and dump" specialist it seems.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Deegan
    Amber Lamps...4chan?..lol
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