We’ve been heavily promoting the Niche Blitzkrieg system these last few weeks and with good reason too. Niche Blitzkrieg teaches you one of the best ways to make money online. We use nearly every technique outline in Niche Blitzkrieg here at I’ve Tried That and we’ve been making money with this blog since we started it almost two years ago. The system works.
Niche Blitzkrieg Updates
When I first reviewed Niche Blitzkrieg, I felt that the system was starting to become outdated and skipped over a few essential parts to running a domain. I expressed my concerns to owner Michael Brown and he assured me that an update was coming. Now, we’ve reviewed a lot of programs in the past, and generally the program owners have been cold and unresponsive. Not only did Michael respond to my concerns, but he promised action and boy did he pull through.
My biggest concern was that the system didn’t go in-depth on how to actually get a site up and running. This alone could be enough to scare off any new members as the thought of setting up a domain can be particularly scare your first time around. Well, Michael Brown not only updated the guide used in the system, but has provided full screencasts on how to setup your websites. His teaching is flawless and you will not encounter any issues when following along with his video guides.
Aside from that issue, the rest of the system has been fully updated as well. At this point, I actually can’t find a single thing to complain about, which is a first here at I’ve Tried That. I have kept contact with Michael over these past few weeks and he’s told me a number of I’ve Tried That readers have joined the program and the message board and have added a lot to the site. Good work guys. Be sure to keep us updated on how you are progressing as well.
If you want to join a system that will help you make money online, Niche Blitzkrieg is it. It is a great introduction course to setting up a website and making money with it. You will learn the same methods that almost every website out there today is using pull revenue. It’s the same methods we use here too and to put it simply, it works.